Dennis and Rosanna Ruano, missionary students from Guatemala, showed up at just the right time for Covenant Christian soccer.
When the children at Rosa Egnatz's school ask their teacher how she lost both arms, below the elbows, she offers a calming explanation.
Meet Brian: A child not unlike most, he loves playing soccer and hanging out with his friends. Energetic, feisty and kind, he must have played soccer with me for five hours.
One of the great blessings we have in our congregation is the opportunity to take short-term mission trips, both in the U.S. and abroad in foreign countries.
I am a 19-year-old aspiring physical therapist who happens to be half Guatemalan. It was obviously not a surprise that I was quite infatuated with your Get Healthy article concerning a St. John physical therapist who aids Guatemala.
CROWN POINT | On Tuesday, October 25, students at St. Mary's Catholic School were treated to unique educational experience.
Students, including athletes, at Covenant Christian High School in DeMotte are required to perform service projects through their four years. The senior class travelled to Guatemala to assist an orphanage.
CHICAGO | Carlos Zambrano always looks like he's at peace, relaxed and mature, ready for a breakout year, when he visits the Cubs Convention each year.
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