Friday, February 16, 2018
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Iglesia Presbiteriana Monte Hebron
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Today, George, Park, and Steve Young visit two installations where they visit with some local families whose lives are impacted by the water systems.
Gloria and Steve say goodbye after a wonderful visit. Gloria is over 70 and lives alone. Gloria lost her only child, a daughter, to diabetes when the daughter was just 25 years old.
Gloria wants everyone at First Presbyterian Church of Tupelo to know how much she appreciates our efforts, along with the efforts of our In-Country Operating Partner at El Arca. Together, this Clean Water project has given her stable and reliable access to purified water to use for her drinking and her cooking.
El Arca Del Noé
The Review Team and Water Team B, along with Steve Young, the Executive Director of Living Water, and Rubenia, an In-Country Coordinator, enjoy a little breakfast at the hotel in Reu before splitting up to head in different directions.
The Review Team will revisit El Arca today with Steve Young, and also visit with some families who are recipients of the pure water produced by the system at El Arca.
John will break off from the Review Team today and head up the installation in Mazatenango, along with Ben Eakes and Steve Bryson. Rubenia, Lisa Nichols, and Margaret Parker will facilitate the Education sessions at Mazatenango.
Water Team A and the Medical Team are in Antigua this morning.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
A & B Water teams and the Medical team take off today from the States to Guatemala.
John, George, and Park make their way back to Reu. Rubenia comes along back to Reu to join the visits with Review team at Colegio Saini today and Iglesia La Hermosa tomorrow.
Monday, February 12, 2018
On a site visit with George and John from First Presbyterian Church, Tupelo, MS for a potential installation of a Living Waters for the World water system at a community school just outside of Chiché, Guatemala.
Heading northeast out of Xela to Chiché. Flipping a coin on whether to take the Pan American or to take a “short cut.”
Monday, February 11, 2018
Dinner with Rubenia Sanchez, a Living Waters in-country Coordinator, and her sister, at a restaurant in Xela.
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