3 results for month: 05/2017


Cemetery Reflections: Experiences with Vidas Plenas

Two years ago, CMT received an invitation from Tita Evertsz, Vidas Plenas' Founder & CEO, to participate in the weekly prayer walks they do in "La Limonada". This community is a place of 'beauty and affliction' at its best in Guatemala City. (For more information about Vidas Plenas and La Limonada, go to www.vidasplenas.org) So, we walked with them. Weekly. Monthly. And we became friends, brothers, sisters, humans. Earlier this year, we thought that a good idea would be to walk, listen, learn, and discern together through the Cemetery reflections. And so we did. For about two months, the administrative team along with the three academies ...

Building Capacity and Fellowship through the “TLT”

"I've learned to read and to teach the Bible in a very particular way. With this opportunity, I am learning to listen, to have fellowship, to understand. It feels like I'm flourishing. I am very thankful for that". - Santos A few weeks ago, we experienced the second retreat of the "Timothy Leadership Training", where 15 pastors, lay leaders and police chaplains gathered to read the Bible, to pray for one another, and to share some life experiences. The topic for this training was "Stewardship". They were all connected, committed and challenged to trust God's gifts, to be thankful for them, and to use them properly for the benefit of their communi...

First Round of Vision Trips

During the last two months CMT Guatemala has hosted three vision trips. Each one of the groups that came could not have been more different from each other. The first vision trip, which happen two weeks before ester, was a father and son type of experience. The group came from Tacoma, Washington. We had three dads with their boys trying to call forth new ways of experiencing God and the father and son relationship. We learned from each other and healed together as we understood that we are children of God, and that God is very well pleased with who we are. The second group also came from the Pacific North West. My friend Ron Ruthruff came with a ...