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They Make up the Hedge; They Stand in the Gap

Beyond the logistics, the administration, and the cash flow, and at the heart of every mission effort are the men and women who give of their lives and energy to live out and carry out the work of ambassadors of Christ. In this edition, we’re honored to introduce you to ours. These form the bridge between us and Guatemalan society. These are the people you pray for and support.

Guatemala City

Pasaco

Zachary Morgan finished his term of service in early March and returned to the States. He spent the majority of his two years of service living in Pasaco with Galen Miller. Since he left, Norman Nolt has moved to Pasaco, and he and Galen are working together, serving the small church there.

Zaragoza

Dean and Jodi Boll are another recent arrival to Guatemala. They have three children: Denver, Kailyn, and Kara. They spent several weeks in Spanish school and then plan to go to Santa Rosita for a few months while Daniel Eby is home for furlough. After that, they are considering moving to Zaragoza to help out in the church there that currently doesn’t have a pastor.

Mixcolajá

Lamar and Beulah Hursh returned to Guatemala for a few months with three of their children, Kristina, Juanita, and Joel, to help out in the church in Mixcolajá where they had served years earlier. The struggling church there has been greatly encouraged since their arrival.

Santa Rosita

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