Guadalajara, Mexico Service Trip
Visit the Guadalajara blogsite to see read about the 2013 experience of the Guadalajara Team at tkaguadalajara.blogspot.com!
Selected high school students are invited to attend the Guadalajara Service Trip. This team will be ministering to orphan, abused, and abandoned children at a boy’s home in Ixtlahuacan called Hope House. The home is an outreach program of Shepherd’s Heart Ministries, a registered non-profit organization based in Tennessee. Our hosts, Rodney and Kina Dutro, are long term missionaries serving in Mexico. The team will be working on building and maintenance projects at the home, building furniture in the woodshop, and running sports camp for the boys at the home.
By serving as the hands and feet of God, we will strive to bring joy into the lives of the orphans at Hope House. We will work to improve the property, to provide the boys with better physical comforts, but we know the most important goal is to build a relationship with each boy and share God’s love with him. We want the boys to know that they are loved, prayed for, and accepted for who they are. Through this service trip, participating TKA students and staff will see a culture and people in need and be changed to see more clearly through Jesus’ eyes.
Slideshow from 2012