The   Senior class of  Timberlake   Christian   Schools,  4th  year in a row,  traveled  to  Guatemala under   Allow  The  Children. The main project of the trip was to build a worship “shelter”  for a village where there were no believers  just a short time  ago.  A  Guatemalan  evangelist is working there   and a few people had come to the Lord.    After a baby  became  very ill and was taken to the mission compound for treatment, more people came.   None of the small homes seemed adequate as a place to meet,  so the people gathered under a tree.  Our project completed a gathering place with  walls about half high,  concrete floor and tin roof. It is not a full building, but  a  LOT of ground  preparation,  moving cinder blocks and mixing concrete went into  it.  On the last  day,  we gathered there for a worship service and dedication and it is  ready to be used for their  regular worship time.   Please  see the photo  taken at the dedication.  At this point, our plan for the summer teams is to  continue to build up the walls and hope to finish a building that can be enclosed to keep chairs,  etc  inside.  In addition to that, we  served  a hot meal in  3 different villages,  distributed clothing and shoes,  painted  buildings  for the orphanage,  preached in 2 church  services,  music and testimonies in the church services,  teaching   Sunday   School  for the children,  brought our 30  Chiquimula  children into  the compound to spend  vouchers  with their sponsorship money to get things they needed.   I think  the  Timberlake  Christian  School  senior class got a great experience with missions and ministry (1)   among the poor and needy,  (2) in a different country and language group, (3)  with  village and orphanage children  (4)  building that will last and serve for worship .  I am looking forward to doing this again with  2 more groups this summer and a similar ministry in  Nicaragua with still another   group.