I have not posted a blog for some time as it has been a very busy summer and then getting our lovely daughter ready to enter High School as a fresh women this year. That took some doing, as young girls change from middle school to high school they change at lot and in many ways. This color is not right?this is out of style now?or this just does not look good on me. Most of you know what I am talking about; I was not prepared for this onslaught of great change. Cheryl Leigh Allan is no longer my little baby but now my sweet senorita.

I also lost all of the photos we took while the teams were here and had to rely on some of those teams to send me some of theirs.

HFTCM has had a lot of visitors this year and all of them came to work hard and bless many people.
We had a team from Canada in March. 18 people
One from Dallas Georgia in June 25people
Another from Dahlonega Georgia in June.10people
Bridgestone and Cornerstone Marietta Georgia 25people in April
Due West United Methodist Church in July 32 people

I will post photos of some of the activities along with comments from some of their blogs.
The photos you see are a mix from several teams who ministered with us this year.
In order:
30 new Pews built by Due West UMC.
New Mount Zion Cub Scout troop led by Dale Hajost.
New street and houses in Guatemala City dump
Constructing the new pews for the Church
A Typical short term mission team this one from Dallas UMC
Team members working with a Food program
A typical mission team medical day note Cheryl Leigh Allan taking blood pressure and blood sugar tests.
Praying for the sick
Laying tiles in offices downstairs in the Church.
A team member doing feet washing
Due west UMC plaque
A Sunday service in the new Church

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Feet washing
Praying for the sick
A typical medical clinic note Cheryl Leigh Allan doing blood pressure and blood suggar checks
A children’s food program
A typical short term mission team