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Disaster Relief--Central America

This designated account supplements the One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS) offering to enable a significant response for relief and disasters in Central America. Your faithful giving is deeply appreciated.

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Extending Theological Training & Reflection, CEDEPCA

This program provides workshops, small seminars and pastoral training in Biblical and theological reflection throughout Central America. The object is to equip Christians to speak and act pastorally in the region's complex social, political and religious realities.

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Theological Scholarship Aid For Guatemalan Women

A number of women in the National Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Guatemala would like to study Theology, but most everyone needs some scholarship assistance to do so. This fund will provide such assistance to women from the 17 Presbytery women groups of this church to begin, or in some cases, to continue their studies. The hope is that through their theological studies the women will be better prepared to serve as teachers, pastors and leaders within their churches and Presbytery women groups.

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Facilitator for Women Leadership Development, Guatemala

The Facilitator for Women Leadership Development facilitates leadership development and Christian education, as well as act as an advisor to the Women's Synod Union, the Presbyterian women of Guatemala organization, part of the Evangelical National Presbyterian Church of Guatemala. Founded in 1882, the Evangelical National Presbyterian Church of Guatemala (IENPG) was the first national church to result from Presbyterian mission efforts in Central America. Today the IENPG has approximately 60,000 members, with one Synod composed of six Spanish-speaking and eleven indigenous-language presbyteries.

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Professor Of Church History, Mission, & Religion

Karla is professor of history, mission, and religions for the Latin American Biblical University (UBL), a PC(USA) mission partner that has been training church leaders from throughout Latin America for over 90 years. Karla works with students from a variety of denominations. "I have the joy of guiding women and men into deeper understanding of their faith in Christ as I and my colleagues provide them with tools for working in God's mission in ways that transform lives and communities," says Karla, who is accompanied in Costa Rica by her husband, Javier.

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With The Women Of Guatemala, National Evangelical Presbyterian Church Of Guatemala

This fund will provide money for workshops, teachers, materials, bus fare, food and occasional overnight accommodations so the women attending workshops and retreats will receive training and learn with and from one another ways in which they can better serve as elders, pastors, church school teachers, mothers, wives and community leaders.

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Women's Literacy Project For Kekchi Guatemalans

This project, founded in 1999, is operated by the five Kekchi-speaking presbyteries' membership. Funds will provide instructional supplies, equipment and modest salaries for bilingual (Kekchi/Spanish) teachers. This is a region with a 90 percent illiteracy rate.

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YAV, Guatemala Program

Young adult volunteers serving in Guatemala experience a year of developing Christian community through spiritual formation and volunteer service. Serving at several sites across Guatemala, young adult volunteers live in Christian community and serve church and community-based ministries. Funds raised to support programmatic expenses, as well as travel, visas, stipends, health insurance, student loan grants, and food allowance. Any funds raised beyond the needs of the individual volunteer or related site are used to support other volunteers and the general YAV Program.

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