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(There might be the perfect fit for you.)

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(There might be the perfect fit for you.)

Guatemala is a country rich in scenery, culture, hospitality, and awe-inspiring displays of God’s creation. It’s also a country continually battling the crushing weight of poverty. You will experience nothing short of a new, life changing perspective of humility, grace, and compassion. You will have a chance to listen to the stories of the locals, talk about your faith, build new relationships, and to humbly offer your time in the form of education, children’s ministry, youth outreach, all with the message of hope found in Jesus Christ. The possibilities are abundant and the need is real.

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Guatemala

dates

Students:
June 26 – July 31
Staff:
June 17 – July 31

required Support

Students
Base cost
(airfare & Ground)
spending Money
TOTAL:
$
$
$
3295
260
3555
Staff:
Base cost
(airfare & Ground)
spending Money
TOTAL:
$
$
$
3295
295
3590
register now

Guatemala is a country rich in scenery, culture, hospitality, and awe-inspiring displays of God’s creation. And it’s also a country continually battling the crushing weight of poverty. You will experience ...

Guatemala

dates

Students:
June 26 – July 31
Staff:
June 17 – July 31

required Support

Students
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Staff:
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Guatemala is a country rich in scenery, culture, hospitality, and awe-inspiring displays of God’s creation. And it’s also a country continually battling the crushing weight of poverty. You will experience ...

Guatemala

outreach

outreach

Although we are still building out the details for this team and the adventures on which we will be going, we can guarantee that you will see and experience various aspects of Guatemalan life– whether hiking into mountain villages to do ministry, or caught up in the hustle and bustle of the big city, or the in-between of tropical forests, cattle country, coffee farms, all the while meeting people who generally live a more simple lifestyle. You’ll make new friends and be challenged by a different approach to life.

safety

safety

Traveling to a developing country always has its unknowns. We are working closely with ministry leaders who are familiar with the areas we will be working in and are invested in our safety. We always monitor the circumstances leading up to the trip to make sure we are not walking into a visibly dangerous situation

adventure

adventure

On the Guatemala team you will enjoy some of the most amazing and diverse landscapes you have ever seen. In the higher altitudes you will see beautiful coffee plantations with the lush tropical forests. You will see some beautiful beaches lines with coconut trees and soft volcanic sand.

Traveling by bus across the mountains and plains, eating amazing street food, sleeping in local churches, and meeting countless unique individuals, your time on the trip is going to be one long adventure!


experience culture

experience culture

You do not need to know any Spanish to be part of the team, but whatever you do know you will get to practice in real life – and not just with a classmate who doesn’t know any more than you! In addition to the language, you will get to experience the cultures of those countries first-hand. Life in Guatemala is much more chill than we are used to here in the U.S. “Mãnana” time is a reality there and everything goes at a slower pace; so, when possible, kick back and enjoy! As you work alongside the locals, eat like the locals, and sleep like the locals (not in some 4-star tourist hotel), you’ll be immersed in each of the cultures. Life is “Pura Vida”.

spiritual growth

spiritual growth

If you are willing, God will use these experiences to cause you to grow, bear more fruit, and develop a deeper understanding of the various needs of people around the world. It won’t always be easy, and you’re going to learn to trust the Lord each and every day; but that’s just where God wants you to be!

who should go

who should go

If you speak some level of Spanish, that is a great start! It’s also a great mission trip for those who love Latin culture, have a strong sense of adventure, and really enjoy traveling! Oh, and as a side note, since you’ll be traveling through some of the world’s most prime coffee country, those of you who enjoy a good cup will be mighty happy!

eating & Sleeping

eating & sleeping

As we are still locking in our ministry partners and locations, we will update you as soon as possible. What we do know it that wherever we stay, it will be located in an especially safe area, that keeps us in close proximity to our ministry locations and offers plenty to see and do. Expect that our meals will also be a balance between Training Camp and some classic Guatemalan cuisine (and plenty of it!)

debriefing

We are still in the works of dreaming about a debriefing location, but during this debriefing period your team will take a few days at the end of the trip to reflect on all that you have experienced and to enable you to put your experience in context. It takes time to process, prepare for, and pray through questions on what to do next. This is a key time for closure with your ministry and your teammates.

debriefing

ministry partners

ministry partners

We will be partnering with local church pastors and ministry leaders who have a long history of meeting the needs of those in their community. We are likely to find ourselves spending time in schools, young churches, and rural communities serving as helping hands and encouraging friends to the people of Guatemala.

street evangelism

street evangelism

Although we are still building out the details for this team and the adventures on which we will be going, we can guarantee that you will see and experience various aspects of Guatemalan life– whether hiking into mountain villages to do ministry, or caught up in the hustle and bustle of the big city, or the in-between of tropical forests, cattle country, coffee farms, all the while meeting people who generally live a more simple lifestyle. You’ll make new friends and be challenged by a different approach to life.

Orphanages

orphanages

Traveling to a developing country always has its unknowns. We are working closely with ministry leaders who are familiar with the areas we will be working in and are invested in our safety. We always monitor the circumstances leading up to the trip to make sure we are not walking into a visibly dangerous situation

Student/School Ministry

student/school ministry

On the Guatemala team you will enjoy some of the most amazing and diverse landscapes you have ever seen. In the higher altitudes you will see beautiful coffee plantations with the lush tropical forests. You will see some beautiful beaches lines with coconut trees and soft volcanic sand.

Traveling by bus across the mountains and plains, eating amazing street food, sleeping in local churches, and meeting countless unique individuals, your time on the trip is going to be one long adventure!


Relationship Building

relationship building

You do not need to know any Spanish to be part of the team, but whatever you do know you will get to practice in real life – and not just with a classmate who doesn’t know any more than you! In addition to the language, you will get to experience the cultures of those countries first-hand. Life in Guatemala is much more chill than we are used to here in the U.S. “Mãnana” time is a reality there and everything goes at a slower pace; so, when possible, kick back and enjoy! As you work alongside the locals, eat like the locals, and sleep like the locals (not in some 4-star tourist hotel), you’ll be immersed in each of the cultures. Life is “Pura Vida”.

Children's Ministry

children's ministry

If you are willing, God will use these experiences to cause you to grow, bear more fruit, and develop a deeper understanding of the various needs of people around the world. It won’t always be easy, and you’re going to learn to trust the Lord each and every day; but that’s just where God wants you to be!

sports ministry

We are still in the works of dreaming about a debriefing location, but during this debriefing period your team will take a few days at the end of the trip to reflect on all that you have experienced and to enable you to put your experience in context. It takes time to process, prepare for, and pray through questions on what to do next. This is a key time for closure with your ministry and your teammates.

Sports Ministry

role

If you speak some level of Spanish, that is a great start! It’s also a great mission trip for those who love Latin culture, have a strong sense of adventure, and really enjoy traveling! Oh, and as a side note, since you’ll be traveling through some of the world’s most prime coffee country, those of you who enjoy a good cup will be mighty happy!

Cost

Although we are still building out the details for this team and the adventures on which we will be going, we can guarantee that you will see and experience various aspects of Guatemalan life– whether hiking into mountain villages to do ministry, or caught up in the hustle and bustle of the big city, or the in-between of tropical forests, cattle country, coffee farms, all the while meeting people who generally live a more simple lifestyle. You’ll make new friends and be challenged by a different approach to life.

Travel

Traveling to a developing country always has its unknowns. We are working closely with ministry leaders who are familiar with the areas we will be working in and are invested in our safety. We always monitor the circumstances leading up to the trip to make sure we are not walking into a visibly dangerous situation

requirements

On the Guatemala team you will enjoy some of the most amazing and diverse landscapes you have ever seen. In the higher altitudes you will see beautiful coffee plantations with the lush tropical forests. You will see some beautiful beaches lines with coconut trees and soft volcanic sand.

Traveling by bus across the mountains and plains, eating amazing street food, sleeping in local churches, and meeting countless unique individuals, your time on the trip is going to be one long adventure!


approach

You do not need to know any Spanish to be part of the team, but whatever you do know you will get to practice in real life – and not just with a classmate who doesn’t know any more than you! In addition to the language, you will get to experience the cultures of those countries first-hand. Life in Guatemala is much more chill than we are used to here in the U.S. “Mãnana” time is a reality there and everything goes at a slower pace; so, when possible, kick back and enjoy! As you work alongside the locals, eat like the locals, and sleep like the locals (not in some 4-star tourist hotel), you’ll be immersed in each of the cultures. Life is “Pura Vida”.

growth

If you are willing, God will use these experiences to cause you to grow, bear more fruit, and develop a deeper understanding of the various needs of people around the world. It won’t always be easy, and you’re going to learn to trust the Lord each and every day; but that’s just where God wants you to be!

outreach

outreach

Although we are still building out the details for this team and the adventures on which we will be going, we can guarantee that you will see and experience various aspects of Guatemalan life– whether hiking into mountain villages to do ministry, or caught up in the hustle and bustle of the big city, or the in-between of tropical forests, cattle country, coffee farms, all the while meeting people who generally live a more simple lifestyle. You’ll make new friends and be challenged by a different approach to life.

safety

safety

Traveling to a developing country always has its unknowns. We are working closely with ministry leaders who are familiar with the areas we will be working in and are invested in our safety. We always monitor the circumstances leading up to the trip to make sure we are not walking into a visibly dangerous situation

adventure

adventure

On the Guatemala team you will enjoy some of the most amazing and diverse landscapes you have ever seen. In the higher altitudes you will see beautiful coffee plantations with the lush tropical forests. You will see some beautiful beaches lines with coconut trees and soft volcanic sand.

Traveling by bus across the mountains and plains, eating amazing street food, sleeping in local churches, and meeting countless unique individuals, your time on the trip is going to be one long adventure!


experience culture

experience culture

You do not need to know any Spanish to be part of the team, but whatever you do know you will get to practice in real life – and not just with a classmate who doesn’t know any more than you! In addition to the language, you will get to experience the cultures of those countries first-hand. Life in Guatemala is much more chill than we are used to here in the U.S. “Mãnana” time is a reality there and everything goes at a slower pace; so, when possible, kick back and enjoy! As you work alongside the locals, eat like the locals, and sleep like the locals (not in some 4-star tourist hotel), you’ll be immersed in each of the cultures. Life is “Pura Vida”.

spiritual growth

spiritual growth

If you are willing, God will use these experiences to cause you to grow, bear more fruit, and develop a deeper understanding of the various needs of people around the world. It won’t always be easy, and you’re going to learn to trust the Lord each and every day; but that’s just where God wants you to be!

training

We are still in the works of dreaming about a debriefing location, but during this debriefing period your team will take a few days at the end of the trip to reflect on all that you have experienced and to enable you to put your experience in context. It takes time to process, prepare for, and pray through questions on what to do next. This is a key time for closure with your ministry and your teammates.

training

who should go

who should go

If you speak some level of Spanish, that is a great start! It’s also a great mission trip for those who love Latin culture, have a strong sense of adventure, and really enjoy traveling! Oh, and as a side note, since you’ll be traveling through some of the world’s most prime coffee country, those of you who enjoy a good cup will be mighty happy!

eating & Sleeping

eating & sleeping

As we are still locking in our ministry partners and locations, we will update you as soon as possible. What we do know it that wherever we stay, it will be located in an especially safe area, that keeps us in close proximity to our ministry locations and offers plenty to see and do. Expect that our meals will also be a balance between Training Camp and some classic Guatemalan cuisine (and plenty of it!)

ministry partners

ministry partners

We will be partnering with local church pastors and ministry leaders who have a long history of meeting the needs of those in their community. We are likely to find ourselves spending time in schools, young churches, and rural communities serving as helping hands and encouraging friends to the people of Guatemala.