Matthew 28:19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, Hope for Tomorrow works along side local Pastor Noè Gìron  and his wife, Glenda.  Together, they built Iglesia Cristo  El Rey (Christ the King Church) in Teculutàn, which  continues to grow today. Pastor Noè is very involved  with the local Pastors Association, working to uplift  and encourage each other and the people they  serve. He also helps to plan and coordinate the  itineraries of the mission teams.  Our humanitarian projects minister to the physical  needs of the Guatemalan people and open up  opportunities to share the love of Christ with  believers and nonbelievers alike. As The  Gospel  tells us in John 15:12 “My command is this: Love  each other as I have loved you.”   Hope for Tomorrow actively trains and educates  indigenous pastors to minister to their local  communities on an ongoing basis. The goal is to  create a self-sustaining infrastructure of faith and  physical assistance. Where there is Christ, there is  healing and hope.