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With over 17 million people, Guatemala is the most populous country in Central America. It is also a relatively young population. Their Mayan heritage has shaped the culture, and its land is known for its rich biodiversity. One of the poorest countries in Latin America, extreme inequality has caused more than half the population to live below the poverty line. 



At our El Faro campus in Guatemala, we offer tutoring, computer training, GED classes, and English classes. Our medical care includes mobile clinics, vision and dental care, COVID-19 prevention training, and ongoing support in the local Children’s Hospital, the only one in the country. 

Our Church Advancement outreach includes pastor training, a soccer ministry, children’s Bible clubs, women’s ministry, and remote village ministry. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have delivered critical food and supplies to families in need.

God is using our El Faro campus in amazing ways! Come see for yourself on a mission trip with us in 2021. Learn more about our mission trips and medical mission trips today.

Pastors from our local partner churches have been able to give food packages to over 250 families in Santiago and Sosua. We are also in the process of repairing a woman’s home in the community of Cien Fuegos, whom we lovingly call Abuela. She just turned 81 years old and has been waiting for these repairs for months. They are truly an answered prayer. 

Maria has been a neighbor and friend in Guatemala for a long time. She is a widow caring for her five children and her elderly mother. In preparation for the Hope for Her team that was to visit Guatemala in mid-June, our team was previewing needed repairs to her home. Upon further inspection, however, the team realized that with the holes in the walls and termite damage, the home could literally be pushed over by a handful of men. Instead of repairs, we decided to build Maria a completely new home.

The local team went to work rebuilding the four walls, but they did not stop there...


Candelaria doesn’t have much, but every day she prays that God will keep her in good health so she can care for her 78 year old aunt, who is blind. Candelaria is 67 and lost her husband years ago. Aunt Juana is also a widow, so they do the best they can to care for each other.

They live together in a tiny home with dirt floors in a remote village in eastern Guatemala. Often their shelves are bare, and they lack basic necessities like food, water, and clothing. 

Through Mission of Hope, Candelaria and Juana are now experiencing joy as God provides for them and their needs...