For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, Matthew 25:35 HISTORY In 2002, while building an orphanage in Zacapa, Guatemala, a mission team dropped  off their garbage at the city dump. They were moved to tears as children ripped open  the bags and devoured the chicken bones thrown away from dinner the night before.  The team immediately purchased food and distributed it to the families living and  working at the dump in Zacapa.   A partnership was formed with Guatemalan national, Pastor Noé Gìron to reach out to  communities in need, bring them food, medical care, and the love of Jesus Christ.  Iglesia Cristo El Rey (Christ the King Church) was built in 2003, and facilities now   include housing for the Pastor’s family, accommodations for mission teams, a farm, and a medical clinic. Over the years,  the ministry has expanded from Teculutàn  into the surrounding areas: drilling fresh water wells, building churches,  encouraging pastors, evangelizing and baptizing, providing for the needs of the destitute, financing micro-loans to help  start businesses, and partnering with the Guatemalan nationals to uplift their communities.  Today, Hope for Tomorrow works with Pastor Noé encouraging believers in the local community, improving nutrition in  impoverished areas, and bringing mission teams from U.S. churches.     OUR MISSION