The Guatemala trip has become a tradition. Contact the leader to learn more and apply for next summer's trip!
Original Gracer's Mark & Julie Farmer roast Guatemala coffee and sell it. All of the proceeds are directed to fund projects on the Guatemala trips.
Every year before the team goes they start posting and they don't stop until their debriefing meeting is over. Check it out here.
Each short-term trip is unique and the Guatemala trip involves wheelchairs, stoves, hammers and lots of hiking. Learn more.
Support Guatemala missions by purchasing Gaut's Up coffee.
Want to learn more, or buy some? It's roasted by the Fulton family.
About Guatemala missions
Rick Fulton, the founder of Mission Mobility, leads short-term trips to Guatemala, partnering with Grace Community Church. During these trips, teams work alongside Bethel Ministries to distribute the wheelchairs and walkers that they’ve been collecting all year long.
Teams also build metal homes for families. These homes typically include a fuel-efficient wood stove, triple bunk beds and pouring a concrete floor. The team also collected ( they do a lot of work while they’re still state-side ) food, clothes and blankets to distribute and they carry it with them throughout the week as they distribute it in multiple locations.
Guatemala Missions Trip
July 26 - August 2, 2022
Ryan Miller, a member of the North Liberty congregation, will be leading the upcoming trip to Guatemala. Interested in going? Fill out the application below.
The application deadline is TBD.
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Have questions about the trip?
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- A home for the Lordby Josh Abdo After today we are now halfway through our time in Guatemala. The joy and purpose we have in being here is also paired with tiredness as we spend many hours each day on our feet. This morning our team was encouraging one another to persevere and ... read more
- Tomato Soup?by Rick Futon Yesterday, Chuck, Ema, Megan, Ingrid, Darlene, Seth and I were on the afternoon stove team. This week our goal is to install 8 of these stoves in homes. Plus one in each of the homes we will install a total of 10. We build these efficient Onil ... read more
- Through a Different Lentes (Glasses)by Megan Lehman Over the past three years, I’ve loved being a member of these trips and one of my favorite parts has always been the wheelchair distributions. Out of all these trips, however, I can only remember helping with one wheelchair. I tend to find myself handing out ... read more
- God Sightings #1 – where we saw HIM todayby Rick Fulton God sightings 1 Each evening after dinner, we recap the day. Even when a group of people are in the same room, they each can see something different. If recalled, those that missed it realize they may have actually seen it with their eyes but ... read more
- Day 1: Wheelchair distribution 1 +by Rick Fulton Up early and excited to take on the day! Breakfast at 7! It was a wonderful family style breakfast of eggs, tortillas, Guatemalan black beans and fried plantains! Breakfast of champions! After a short drive to the community center in the middle of Salama, we ... read more