Modesto Covenant Church, California sent the medical and dental team led by Dr. Wally and Lydia Carroll on November 4 through 12. The CHE village of Chirramos among the Quiche people of Western Guatemala were blessed to host this team which also taught the children and shared CHE Lessons with the local CHE Midwives
On November 13 through 20 there was follow up with the CHE Women and Children of Chirramos and Chicox. The STM Women’s Team from Mission Community Church, Gilbert Arizona led by Debbie Mueller and Debbie Falconer were busy working handcrafts and building relationships visiting homes and exchanging cooking arts to encourage the local CHE Women to go on with Micro-Enterprising to become empowered on their financial and material needs as they are been on the spiritual reaching their village for Christ.
Water Provision continues to be a need but also an opener for hardened thirsty souls. Deer Creek Church and Littleton Bible Chapel from Colorado plus Calvary Church, Muscatine Iowa sent teams in a row well coordinated by the Douglas Brothers (Kirk & Gloria and Mike & Christina) and Jim Mott & Jeanne to serve 3 villages in Guatemala plus one in Honduras. Medical clinics were simultaneously conducted and children and women in each village did not miss been ministered to. Three drilled wells plus a water distribution system and pump installation in a row empowers the local CHEs to their ongoing witness to these four villages.
In GCE and the CHE Meso-America Region we continue to give Glory to the Lord and to thank Him for each one sending, praying and giving for Short Term Mission Teams to be willing to leave their comfort zone and join our GCE’s CHE field servants to continue outreach for the Kingdom of God.
Help us in prayer to the Lord of the Harvest to send more laborers to His fields. Join us!
Dr. Hugo Gomez is President of Global CHE Enterprises and has been doing Community Health Evangelism since 1984. Today the work of Dr. Gomez, his wife Miriam, and Global CHE Enterprises includes ministry in 8 countries in Meso-America. This ministry is composed of 60 staff members and 575 active volunteers.