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Missionary and ASELSI teacher Mariette Rojas, brought a new perspective to the table at a recent ASELSI Bible Studies devotional. 

When students arrived, chairs were set up around tables covered by maps or with a globe sitting in the middle. Each group of students had to try and find the countries listed on a set of labels that they taped in place on the map. 

Mariette launched her talk about the spiritual needs of the world from the perspective of the very popular World Cup of Soccer that was then being played in Russia at the time of the class. She said that some people say that they are Christian so they don't watch the "Mundial" (The word for the world also used for the title of these games.), but that we should pay attention to the world and the need for Christ.

After the students finished putting the labels in place, Mariette showed several impactful slides talking about population, religious centers, nutrition and other global statistics to help these students get a greater perspective on the world outside of their present location so they can pray for the nations and have a world wide perspective on the need for Christ.

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Dressed in graduation togas, these little graduates were part of the group of 43 who are healthy and ready to take their next step in a healthy life as they finish the ASELSI milk program.

Since that first mommy who brought her starving child to Sharon Harvey’s door about sixteen years ago, ASELSI has been helping provide milk, formula, food, vitamins and medical care to the babies and small children in and around Chichicastenango, Guatemala.

Recently 43 of those children graduated from the ASELSI Milk Program. Complete with togas and hats, these little ones looked quite different from the day they were first carried into the ASELSI clinic a year or more ago.

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Volcán Fuego (right) looks calm in this image but just a few days before it was taken, tons of ash erupted and buried villages resting in it's shadow.

Before dawn on Friday a group of about 20 young people gathered inside a tin storage building in Chichicastenango and organized a pile of supplies. They had spent the last several days collecting food, clothes, medicine and water to deliver to the victims of the Volcano Fuego that erupted five days earlier.

The group call themselves the United Churches Movement of Quiche and ASELSI is working with this movement to encourage unity among churches and provide help to those affected by this eruption.

Chulumal I, Chichicastenango, Quiché

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