The Entrance to San Miguel Dueñas
Matthew 28: 19.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”
We believe in miracles and healings, and over the years have experienced many. We move by faith and the Word of God.
San Miguel Dueñas is a municipality in the Guatemalan department of Sacatepéquez. This town has 15,000 native Kaqchiquel indigenous and Ladino people. The town is high in the mountains, near Antigua, Guatemala. It is comprised primarily of hard-working, Christian families working in agriculture, and living in extreme poverty (less than $1/day/person). Public water comes into homes, but is only available for 1 hr, two times per week. Women spend most of their day collecting wood to cook with, then cooking meals over an open fire, doing laundry by hand at a public facility, repairing clothing and maintaining the home while taking care of several children and extended family members. Some women also make handicrafts or grow vegetables, to sell in the local market. Sadly, it is also the home of the Mafia drug gangs, which could make our work that much more difficult, but then we trust in the Lord to help us.
This is a typical one-room house in San Miguel Dueñas