Tag: Day of the Child
“Then Jesus took the children in his arms and placed his hands on their heads and blessed them.” Mark 10:16 (Photo by Scott Bennett)
Guatemala is one of the hardest places in the world to be a child. Nearly 20% of the population is living in extreme poverty, just like in La Limonada. An estimated four in 10 children are experiencing sexual abuse right now. For each case that is reported, it is estimated that seven go unreported. These […]
Today is Dia Del Niño or Children’s Day, a national holiday in Guatemala, celebrated each year on October 1. The children in La Limonada face the harsh realities of extreme poverty every day. They encounter struggle, pain, hunger, hopelessness, and shame at such a young age. Children’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate the rights of […]
Tomorrow is Day of the Child, a national holiday in Guatemala celebrated each year to recognize the rights of children. Children in La Limonada encounter a tough, difficult world at a very early age. But today, they are coming to their academy to hear they are precious, loved, and treasured by so many who want […]
Today is Día del Niño (Day of the Child), a national holiday in Guatemala celebrated each year on October 1. It is a day to recognize the rights of children. The need for a day like this is great in a place like La Limonada, where the rights of children are largely ignored or, worse, […]
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