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New Love Guatemala Babies…

Today we went to visit 3 families with newborn babies.

The first baby we visited was born from Jaqui, a 14 year old girl who was a students here but just graduated.

Her baby was born about 8 days ago and is very healthy!

We brought her some gifts from her sponsors for her precious new baby.

There are at least 6 family members living in this room with Jaqui and her baby.

A few of Jaqui’s young relatives who live with her.

We love Jaqui and her family and we love her precious baby. If you would like to read more about Jaqui you can do so here.

 

The second baby was also born from a student here, Nenepcis, who was in the cooking school and also recently graduated.

Her baby was born about 11 days ago and is also healthy! We are so happy about all these healthy babies!

 

The third baby we went to see today is the son of one of our carpentry students, Milton and his wife Evelyn. He is the pastor of a church in Magdalena.

The baby, Moses, was born premature and was in the hospital for a little less than a week, but was recently released and is now at home with his family! He is 3 pounds 10 ounces. He is the smallest baby I’ve ever seen, but also one of the cutest. He is a blessing and a miracle to this beautiful family. The Doctors told the parents he may not live and he is a healthy boy!

Was a wonderful opportunity to see and hold these babies. All beautiful gifts from God, and we are so thankful to him  for these beautiful babies. Please pray for the health and safety of the babies. Pray that Moses would grow to be a strong boy and make a difference in this world. Psalms 127:3 Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from him. 

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