Impact Ministries

Growing Godly Leaders

Impact children in Guatemala by supporting their education – individually or as a class!

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Support a Class

Most of our students are back in school – invest in the lives of our students and grow godly leaders by supporting a class!


Make a long-term impact through short-term missions in Guatemala. Form your own team or join the Impact Ministries Sponsorship Team!

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A ❤ for abandoned babies in Guatemala

We’ve got a brand new video about the Vida Children’s Home, and we’re so excited to share it with you! Meet some of our core staff, take … A ❤ for abandoned babies in Guatemala Read More »

What does school look like in Guatemala right now?

Our Vida students are so excited to be back at school, even though things look a little different this year! If you’re connected to any … What does school look like in Guatemala right now? Read More »

Our Vida Students are back in School!

Today, for the first time since the pandemic lockdowns began, our Vida Students are back in school!  We’re currently allowed to operate at half-capacity, which … Our Vida Students are back in School! Read More »

Schools in Guatemala

For our students, having a school to go to is so much more than just an education. Vida Schools are the foundation of our ministry, and provide academics, health care, nutrition, a loving community, and an introduction to God’s faithfulness.

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Orphan Care

I don’t want him. I want nothing to do with him!”

Those were the Mom’s words the moment she saw her big-eyed newborn. The baby’s birth mother is a very needy, mentally ill woman living on the streets of Guatemala. And her baby found refuge at the Vida Children’s Home.

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Medical Teams

Are you a:
Nurse Practitioner
Dental Hygienist
other Medical Practitioner

We’re looking for medical practitioners to serve in rural Guatemala when the borders reopen

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