From April 14-18, 2013, Lemonade International is hosting an amazing group of bloggers in Guatemala who will share stories and photos of the children and leaders we serve in La Limonada. They will be visiting each program, the leaders who are making a difference and the people in the community who are being transformed.
We pray that you will be able to experience La Limonada in a way that you never have before through the words and images that come from this group.
As the trip gets closer you can follow the bloggers on Twitter and watch the #LIbloggers hashtag for updates.
Meet The Bloggers
Dana is the President of BlueDoor.tv, which she co-founded with her husband in Europe in 2007. As Community Pastor for LifeChurch.tv Church Online, she seeks to help others form community around online ministry.
Dana has aided the development of online churches in dozens of non-English speaking countries. Dana and her husband Chris are parents of BC, (9) and Mac (7) – who is adopted from Guatemala.
Tim received an MA in International Development from Eastern University, after studying Speech Communication and Journalism as an undergrad at Millersville University.
He serves on the Board of Directors for the Association for Development through Education in Costa Rica. As a freelance journalist he writes for several publications, and he’s a regular contributor to PRISM magazine.
Tim was born and raised in Guatemala where is parents served as missionaries with Wycliffe Bible Translators. He now lives in Phoenix with his wife Katie.
Katie is committed to restoration, justice, compassion and peace for the most vulnerable around the world. She is also passionate about seeking to explore the full extensions of her faith.
After 8 years of working from the headquarters of an International Development organization, she currently works with nonprofit fund-raising, marketing, social media and solution-creation as a freelancer.
Scott is a humanitarian photographer whose goal is to capture subjects in a dignified way, while showing compassion and respect for the human condition. He has a special interest in helping Non-Profit Organizations.
He also has a gift for languages (A Ph.D. in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American literature). Scott also has a photo blog where he shares photos and comments about his vision of what it means to be a humanitarian photographer. He is an Associate Professor of Spanish at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA.
Paul received theological training in Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary, and currently works as a Mental Health Case Manager in Philadelphia. He’s continuing graduate work in theology and psychology, with the hope of having his own counseling practice.
Paul loves the depths, simplicities, and eccentricities both God and life have to offer and hopes his feeble articulations can be used to draw people to Him and encourage them in life’s deepest endeavors.