We want to welcome you to the Clubhouse Guatemala website. We have recently renovated and we hope you enjoy the changes. As our ministry grows, so does our need to share more and more information with you. We want this website to be fun, informative, and a place for all ages to come and learn more about our ministry and how you can get involved. Please check out all of our pages to find out what all God is doing in Guatemala!
There are many ways to get involved with Clubhouse. Clubhouse is in constant need of volunteer mission teams to come and serve. Another great way to get involved with the ministry is through prayer. As we grow and add more ministries Clubhouse needs prayer warriors to lift up this ministry in constant prayer. A great way to get involved is to become a ministry sponsor. With Clubhouse growing so quickly donors are needed to help us bridge the gap financially. One of the most rewarding ways to get involved with Clubhouse is sponsoring a child. Clubhouse currently feeds over 400 children 3 days per week and also sends them to school to get an education. With sponsorship it allows a child the opportunity to go to school all the way through High School. It also allows you as the sponsor to be personally involved in their lives. For more information about getting involved in any of these programs please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clubhouse Ministries Guatemala introduced me to my first International mission trip that I thought I would never make. They made it easy for me to boldly go share the gospel and love a people group that I had no regard for prior to my first trip. - John
I have taken multiple mission trips overseas before taking one to Guatemala. My trip with clubhouse has been my favorite experience because they give you every tool and opportunity to go share the gospel while helping people. Clubhouse has made me reconsider my entire life plan and has made me start pursuing missions as a career.
Clubhouse Guatemala is truly making a difference...from providing clean drinking water to a community to free lunch programs and coordinating groups to build chicken coops and stoves and tin homes. The relationships being built in these communities is truly showing God's love to the people of Guatemala. God is wildly blessing this ministry.
Gosh, where do I start? My daughter, Elia, was adopted from Guatemala. Her birth mom gave birth to her on a dirt floor and passed away shortly after Elia's birth. There are no words to describe how it feels to be able to build houses for families in Guatemala so no more babies have to be born in the dirt. - Jenny
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