NPUC Guatemala Mission 2018
An energetic group of Northwest-based short-term missionaries has spent spring break in Retalhuleu, Guatemala, and the surrounding area, to present evangelistic meetings each night. Representing administration and pastors from the North Pacific Union Conference, Idaho Conference and Washington Conference, as well as students from Walla Walla University, this is one of many such projects undertaken by Northwest churches and schools this year.
Special thanks go to César De León, NPUC vice president for Hispanic ministries, and his assistant, Marella Rudebaugh, for coordinating this successful team effort. Continue to pray for each Northwest short-term mission trip and those who are participating, that God would be glorified and that all would return safely.
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