Local Reps Dawn & Peter Ritchie from the Wirral, England, tell us about their life-changing trip to Guatemala recently
It has been almost 2 years since the first talking started to bring Christianity Explored in to Albanian Language!
June 3, 2018 will always be an infamous day for Guatemalans. On that day, Fuego erupted in a new, unforgettable way.
We are delighted to announce that we have opened a 10th feeding program in Guatemala.
In May this year, the Christianity Explored course, translated into the Albanian language, was launched in Tirana, the capital of Albania.
We have all been shocked by the images coming out of the area around the Fuego Volcano in Guatemala this week.
Partnership is very much a key part of all that we are doing in Albania these days, working with other Christian groups to bring as much blessing as we can to the children and families God has given us to care for.
Two years ago, on 13th March 2016, a new Church plant in Jocotenango on the outskirts of Antigua, Guatemala opened its doors, with Pastor Steve McDaniel leading worship.
Over the past year or so, AACUK Area Coordinator for Ireland, Scott Ballantine, has been involved in a partnership between Adopt-A-Child and Christianity Explored Ministries to have the Christianity Explored course translated into Albanian for use in churches throughout that country.
Now that the the Blessing Field Project in the Quiche mountains of Guatemala is firmly established, after a whole year in operation and several different crops harvested, the young people are adding some animals to the ‘farm’.