Capital Church - July 2014 | Hungry For Life

July 2014: ,

A team of 15 from Capital Church in Utah travelled to Guatemala to primarily work with the community in Zapote and Membrillal. They built stoves and worked on a new school, and ran programs for the children in the area.

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Saturday, July 26th, 2014

Last day bitter sweet.

Our last day in Guatemala was spent in Antigua resting, eating and of course shopping. Antigua is a mixed stew of humanity. There are the European vacationers who can be singled out primarily because of their penchant for Birkenstocks and black socks with short shorts. Eww!

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Friday, July 25th, 2014

Church roof makeover

Today was another busy day in Guatemala!  The team focused their efforts on three different areas today, and as a result I only got a direct view of the one that I was in.  It gets a bit complicated, so bear with me...  

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Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Building a house in a day!

Today was one of those day you will remember as you go through your life.  It started out as every day, woke up, then we went to Zapote at 7:00.  Butch, Andrew, Mackenzie, and a few others went to the house to start the building, while the women and girls did the woman's confrence.

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Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Heating up the stoves

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Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

Womens conference

Today started out a little rocky.  Two of the women on our team were unable to go to Membrillal because of illness.  Since today was the first day that we would have three different activities going at the same time, I was concerned we wouldn’t have enough people to do all that

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Monday, July 21st, 2014

Humble in the hole.

Monday mornings are usually ones people dread. I however was excited to see how God was going to work. Breakfast was earlier then the last two days. We are very blessed by the two women who cook for us.

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Sunday, July 20th, 2014

God's language is universal.

This morning we got the blessing of worshipping in Galilea Igelsia, the local church in San Lucas. Pastor Merari gave an inspiring and challenging message on John 5 and worship was led by Lester, one of the men we worked alongside at the school in Membrillal yesterday.

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