Guatemala Mission – One More Child

October 10-16, 2020 

Thank you for your heart to serve in Guatemala! 

Since 2008, One More Child has worked with a malnutrition center in San Juan, to help meet the needs of children suffering from chronic malnutrition. The Center typically has around 30 children in its full-time care recovering from malnutrition ranging from newborn to 5 years of age. Additionally, there is an onsite daycare program for impoverished families that serves approximately 40 children ages 0-6, as well as over 400+ children receiving ongoing care and support through child sponsorship. With so many children and families in care, there is much work to be done! 

ON YOUR MISSION TRIP YOU MAY HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO: 

• Love and care for malnourished children from birth to five years of age at the Malnutrition Center. 

• Provide spiritual nurturing through Bible stories, singing, crafts, games and other activities for children at the onsite daycare. 

• Help with various maintenance or ongoing construction projects for child sponsorship families. 

• Experience the wonderful people, history and culture of Antigua. 

Trip Details 

Location: San Juan, Sacatepequez 

Led By: One More Child Staff and Pastor Ryan Rouse Cost: 

$25 team registration fee 

$700 land costs plus international airfare* 

Estimated Airfare: $600 

*International airfare varies greatly and is dependent on many factors such as time of booking, dates of travel, and country of destina-tion. Land cost is all inclusive. 

Deadlines: 

Team registration: 06/12/2020 

One More Child Application: 06/12/2020 

$250 Trip Deposit: 07/02/2020 

Airfare: 07/02/2020 

Final Balance: 09/10/2020 

Step 1…. PRAY! Ask God if this mission project is for you. 

Step 2…. Go to FBCWG.org to register and pay the $25 team application fee. The monies collected will be used to pay for ministry expenses beyond those budgeted by One More Child. For additional information on anything regarding this project contact rrouse@fbcwg.org or lhurlebaus@fbcwg.org. 

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