Two of the special features of the House of Healing are its size and flexibility. It’s big enough to house a drop-in medical clinic and also serve as a guest house for those who travel to Guatemala on mission trips. What’s more, it also houses the ministry of “Women of Hope.”
“Women of Hope” employs impoverished and often uneducated artisans who create beautiful handcrafted products – beaded jewelry and ornaments, hand-woven and embroidered purses, scarves, and more.
I had a chance to meet some of the women and their leaders not long ago. They work hard and produce beautiful pieces that you can look over and purchase, and then give as gifts or treasure yourself. Check them out at http://womenofhopecenter.org/.
Just one more way to share a God honoring vision and change the world, one life at a time.