Watch a video of one of our team's service projects. Video Credits @JaredZiegler
Participate in our Annual English Camp. Each year we host an English camp which serves as an educational reward/ incentive for children living near the Guatemala City Dump. While at camp, children have the opportunity to learn English and experience the joy of a Christian Summer Camp.
Village Medical Clinics provide villages that have little access to medicine the opportunity to see a physician and receive medicines that are otherwise difficult to obtain. Medical clinics are a wonderful to identify surgery candidates.
Aiding the local Church through the construction of homes for those most in need. Home construction is a tool toward discipleship through relationship.
Recent statistics report that between 1990 and 2010, Guatemala lost 23.0% of its forest coverage. Deforestation continues to be a growing problem for the natural resources of the country. Missions Frontier wants to take an active role in protecting the environment that God has given us. As we consume trees to construct houses, we feel it is our responsibility to help in the reforestation of Guatemala. Reforestation provides a good opportunity to involve the local church and allows us to work together as good stewards with the resources God has given to us.
There are many different ways we can try to improve the health care in rural Guatemala. One way we can help is by providing and educating families to use a latrine in order to prevent the spread of disease.
The idea germinated from the desire to bring economic development to the people in the community. Pastors from a local church approached Missions Frontier with the idea to help the people grow economically via chicken coops. Those who have received training in micro-business, will work with the chicken coop recipients and advise the to make good financial investments and decisions that will have long-term benefit. The chicken coop project consists of building a chicken coop, giving a family: 50 chickens, and 200 pounds of feed.