029. What It's Like Living In Rural Guatemala with Greg Walton
Release Date: 02/10/2021
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Welcome back to the Brightest Voices campfire, my friend. Today we’ve got quite a story from Greg Walton. A man who is no stranger to trusting God.
Greg lives on the side of a mountain in Guatemala. He and his wife Helene are gifted in calling out Jesus in people and helping them learn the faith and discipline it takes to develop their gifts and use them for God.
Greg’s story is all about remembering that it’s not about you, and learning how to make space for God to speak and move, and joining Him in what He’s already doing.
This episode will give you a little glimpse into what it’s like to truly live off the grid in a country that is not your own. Greg even shares his top three tips for success on the mission field.
If you love the idea of going to the ends of the earth and living in a small tribe somewhere in a jungle… you are going to loooove this episode. Greg has got some stories and some wisdom to share. Let’s hear it.
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