AMG Ministries in Guatemala

AMG has been sharing the love of Christ in Guatemala for over 35 years. We are currently assisting more than 8,000 children, their families and communities, through a network of 28 Christian schools and childcare centers, camp ministries, healthcare centers, vocational services, and agricultural development programs.

Suggested Donation: $50.00 / month

 every month

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AMG has been sharing the love of Christ in Guatemala for over 35 years. We are currently assisting more than 8,000 children, their families and communities, through a network of 28 Christian schools and childcare centers, camp ministries, healthcare centers, vocational services, and agricultural development programs. Thousands of children face the overwhelming challenges that exist in urban slums and desperate rural communities. AMG works to keep children in their families and their own context by providing a safe place to learn, provision of basic needs and the loving assistance they need to overcome the threats that come from brokenness, violence, abuse, gang activity and lack of opportunity. Restoring young people to the image of God with purpose and vocation is our ultimate objective. Special project opportunity: Vehicles for ministry overseas can often be more expensive and difficult to obtain. Vans and multi passenger vehicles are usually at a premium and when an opportunity comes along for a ministry to purchase a much needed vehicle at 50% of market value it is worthy of immediate attention, prayer and sharing with others. AMG Guatemala is in need of a new ministry van after their other van was totaled in a bad accident. Phil Wilson, an AMG missionary, has located a 2014 Ford E350 in the US that will give the ministry many years of service, Lord willing, and would be very grateful for your support in purchasing this vehicle. Click Special Projects Tab for more information. The total need is $17,746.00 NOTE: Partial gifts toward any projects are greatly appreciated.

Guatemala is the most populated country in Central America. The majority religion is Christianity and is primarily Roman Catholic. Families in Guatemala suffer from many difficult circumstances such as drug use, alcoholism, physical violence, broken homes, and malnourishment. Often children are forced to begin working at an early age. Many families are extremely poor, live in small dilapidated homes and don’t make enough to provide for their physical needs.