Allison’s Miracle Story

Back in 2019, our team set out on a trip to meet a young girl named Allison. Allison and her family live in Rancho Viejo, one of the communities in the Western Highlands region of Guatemala that we partner with.

After a tragic accident that left Allison unable to walk or talk, her 12 year old sister dropped out of school in order to take care of her while her mother went to work to support their family. This is a powerful story that we’ve shared before but felt called to share again to encourage our 410 readers to believe and trust in God’s sovereign power.

Watch the video below to see how Allison’s story turned into a miracle, and how you can help support other children like Allison, in Guatemala!

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