Guatemala, a small country located in Central America, is home to over 16 million people and over 500,000 orphans. Roughly the size of the state of Alabama, Guatemala is a beautiful country with an active volcano, diverse geography, and ample opportunity for the Church to engage with vulnerable children.
(un)adopted partners with a local church in Guatemala City that began an orphan care initiative.
This ministry is currently serving : - 6 adoptive families, - 5 foster families, - 2 adoptive families in-process, - 20+ vulnerable families from low-income communities, -115+ believers trained through a mentorship program that ministers to other believers in Latin America, - Caregivers and foster families, some who are non-believers, through trauma-informed training.
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