12/14/2016 0 Comments
Do you ever wonder what it is like in a day in the life of a missionary? What does their day to day ministry look like, their struggle with the intensity of the stories of the people with which they work? We all know someone with a story that just breaks our heart or makes us scratch our head in wonder. We want to share these stories and interactions as a way to further connect you to our life here in Guatemala. Don't worry not all the stories will be about ministry, we will throw in some every day life stories of our interactions and just living in another culture, so check our blog out often for updates.
Sarah and I want this to be a running dialogue from what we are doing, seeing, dealing with and experiencing as God provides us with special people to love and share his love with. If you have questions about who we are working with, what led us to this type of ministry or just a general question about life; feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post a comment below.
We are very thankful for the opportunity to serve “the least of these” and could not do it without your prayers or financial support.
¡Paz de Cristo a Usted!
Peace of Christ to You!
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Gerald and Sarah Lastrapes
Along with their two children are missionaries in Guatemala. They will be sharing stories of discipleship through prison and shelter ministries.