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Second mission team from St. John’s Lutheran Church helps children learn about dental hygiene
July 11, 2017
St. John’s second high school group arrived safely in Antigua on Sunday, July 9, ready to dive into mission work. They are spending the week helping the students and families of Escuela Integrada through projects at the school, the families homes and a nearby nursing home. [caption id="attachment_11767" align="alignright"...
Encountering the trap of poverty in Guatemala
July 10, 2017
“Woman in large parts of the civilized world has been forced back by war, by poverty, by collapse, by the sheer struggle to survive, into a smaller circle of immediate time and space, immediate family life, immediate problems of existence” — Anne Morrow Lindbergh Luis is nine years old. He is in...
High schoolers experience service of accompaniment
July 9, 2017
St. John's high schoolers work with Escuela Integrada students on a craft for the residents at Casa Maria in Jocotenango. This week, 20 high schoolers and four chaperones from St. John’s Lutheran Church in Salisbury, North Carolina, helped the students and families of Escuela Integrada. At...
Storify: St. John’s Social Media Story, Group 1
July 8, 2017
Check out this collective story from St. John's first mission team in Antigua.* The group used the hashtag #guatemala17 to tag their stories on social media. More stories can be found by searching #guatemala17 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.** *This story includes a sample of posts, but does not include...
High school graduate Juliana Anderson will carry mission from Antigua to college
July 4, 2017
Juliana Anderson walked along Calle Ancha de los Herreros in Jocotenango, passing many children who were not going to school. Instead, those children carried shoe shine boxes or other things to sell and walked toward the center of town to work for the day. “It’s a totally humbling experience,” said...
St. John’s mission group arrives in Antigua, eager to meet kids at Escuela Integrada
July 3, 2017
Twenty high schoolers from St. John’s Lutheran Church in Salisbury, North Carolina, arrived in Antigua on Sunday afternoon for a week-long mission with Escuela Integrada. The group met at St. John’s at 3:30 a.m. Eastern Time and traveled over 12 hours to Antigua. Though tired from a long travel day,...
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