Daniel L. Sonnenberg, Regional Director for Timothy Two Project International in Latin America
I’m returning to Guatemala for the first time in 45 years! On February 4, 1976, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake caused many adobe church buildings in the Guatemalan countryside to collapse. The following summer, I spent eight weeks with Teen Missions International helping to rebuild three of those structures with a team of 30 students and 4 adults using steel and concrete blocks. See photos below of the construction of those churches.
Next week I go to begin teaching a series of workshops for pastors with Timothy Two Project International. And I hope to be able to visit those churches and some members of the missionary family that coordinated our work.
Check out my Latin America Blog for more information on how we provide onsite training for indigenous pastors who have little or no access to formal theological education.
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