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Our mission team, the Guatemalan coordinator, the Guatemalan pastor, and an interpreter are all gathered in the church in Guatemala City. Carlo the digital tune master has cool sounds wafting in the background.  Someone supplied us with instant coffee and pastries filled with cheese and ham. This meeting is to give us a chance to share our experiences: our five-day medical mission is over. We’d provided medical care and distributed food, among other things, to villagers in Tierra Linda.

“A lot of people don’t need food, they need love,” the coordinator tells us. “You don’t need to talk a lot to them – just your presence is enough. Children never forget someone playing with them, someone sharing their heart.”

The mission doctor, who’s a surgeon back home, stands. “I have problems at work and problems at home.” His self-control begins to disintegrate. “The problems affect my spiritual life. I was…

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