From slavery to freedom in Christ:
Experience Bible translation first-hand in Guatemala
A generation ago, the K’anjob’al people of Guatemala still lived in deep fear of the spirit world and practiced animistic rituals to protect themselves from harm. Without the truth of Scripture, they didn’t know of God’s love and the freedom they could experience in Christ.
Today, thanks to Bible translation, the K’anjob’al have been transformed!
This two-week trip offers pastors and church groups the chance to see the impact of Bible translation firsthand as you meet Guatemalan Christians who have been released from the bonds of spiritual darkness.
Led by Wycliffe translators Arvid and Nancy Westfall, who completed the K’anjob’al New Testament in 1981, this trip offers the following highlights and more!
- See what God has done in a country that has dramatically turned to Him in the last 35 years.
- Experience the result of Scripture in a language and form people can clearly understand.
- Interact with pastors and elders of churches growing and maturing in Christ.
- Meet missionaries who are helping churches use the translated Scriptures effectively.
- Visit historic Mayan ruins and learn how people lived before they received the gospel.
Trip cost per person: $1,900 (includes roundtrip airfare from Orlando to Guatemala, ground transport, lodging, and meals)
For more information contact Arvid Westfall at 651-442-9210 or 763-444-6160, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org