Support a long term volunteer!

Giving support to these families helps us further our impact in Guatemala!

They have dedicated their lives in support of Hope of Life and they are helping us change lives forever.

Through your support, these families can find an endless supply of this love as they help us save lives. By supporting our long term volunteers, you are providing tangible resource to the change we all strive to see in Guatemala. These loving families are making a difference every day and can continue to do live saving work with your help!

Support the Nash family!

Mark and Julie Nash are full time missionaries serving at Hope of Life International in Guatemala. Three years ago, they moved to Guatemala in September from Appomattox, Virginia. They have 4 children, the youngest two are twins and lived and served with them at Hope of Life for two years and now attend Liberty University. Julie is the preschool director at the Village of Transformation at Hope of Life, overseeing two preschools and a daycare and also helps in the Causelife Village. Mark works on many projects at the ministry, helping to maintain and improve the facilities at Hope of Life. The Nash family says they are living out the Gospel by sharing the love of Jesus and transforming the lives of the people of Guatemala.

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Support the O’Connor family!

The O’Connor family of six arrived to Guatemala to serve as full-time missionaries at Hope of Life in July of 2017.  They are supporting the ministry through aviation, nursing and orphan care. They moved from Buffalo, NY to begin serving full time. Jonathan is often working in the maintenance shop on Hope of Life’s campus, working on the fleet of vehicles at the ministry. Allison serves at the hospital sharing love and hope with children and works medical clinics in a rural villages. They say that they are so thankful and very excited for this incredible opportunity to serve as the hands and feet of God!

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Support the McNutt family!

Chris and Paula McNutt are full-time missionaries at Hope of Life. They have been at Hope of Life in Guatemala since January 2017 but they say their hearts have been here since the first time they visited in February of 2010. As nurses, they often serve in medical clinics and the External Consult program at the ministry. They hope to one day serve in a surgical program at St Luke’s Hospital. As full-time missionaries to the Hope of Life/Causelife village, Chris and Paula focus on the spiritual needs, physical well-being, education, prosperity and economic self-reliance of individuals within the community. In the village, Chris and Paula assist the pastor with a children’s, youth and adult ministry, spreading the love of Christ across the entire community.

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Support the Thomas family!

Hanna and Evan Thomas moved to Guatemala in the Fall of 2017. They are providing Family Style Orphan Care to orphaned children and they plan to build a home in Safe Haven Village and raise a house full of children who will grow to know Jesus and love Him deeply. They have eight children, spanning from 2 and a half to 17 years old and their backgrounds are drastically different. Hanna and Evan say they are so thankful for each and every one of their children, the talents and gifts God has blessed them with, and their sweet smiles  they have been blessed to see each day.

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