3 results for month: 10/2016


Incarnational Training for 2016

As CMT Guatemala we provide incarnational training, inspiration, and organizational structure towards collective urban transformation. This year, we had the opportunity and privilege to sit down with leaders from different ministries to learn from each other. We had the opportunity to provide training, inspire each other, and help each other build organizational capacity. The philosophy behind our training takes each one of the participants to create knowledge in a communal context. The community that we started this year had people from different backgrounds and organizations who participated in this creative process. The knowledge we constructed ...

Celebrating accountability

Since the Center for Transforming Mission -CMT- Guatemala was officially established as a legal organization -just a little more of three years ago- one of its main priorities has been to maintain a total clarity and control of its incomes and expenses. We have been working very hard day-to-day to have all the numbers in order, but also to it is our responsibility to have an external audit that can help us diagnose and give any recommendation in that regard. This external audit works as an indicator of the use and transparency of all the funds we receive, as well as how we have been paying the proper taxes to the Guatemalan government. Today, we ...

Healing Relationships

One of the expressions of Guatemala’s collective woundedness is the religious rivalry and division. This gap is very tangible between the different streams of Christian spirituality that are represented in our country. That is why at CMT Guatemala we believe that all the streams of christian spirituality are needed for the social and spiritual renewal of Guatemala. A couple weeks ago we had the opportunity to take some concrete steps in closing the gap between Catholic and Protestant Evangelical practitioners. All the staff of CMT Guatemala went to the City of Quetzaltenango to be in communion and learn with our friends, and now extended family, ...