We are excited for the opportunity to team up with our friends at Live Him Loud Ministries here in Guatemala.
Several years ago, God planted a vision in the lives of Adam and Vilma Clemmons to build a Retreat Center on the beautiful mountainside of San Bartolome, Guatemala. Since that time, they have been blessed with the opportunity to see that dream come true. 
Overlooking many towns and volcanoes, the Retreat Center has some of the best views in the country. The campus consists of two large bunk rooms that can comfortably host mission teams of 30+ with separate bathrooms, a spacious open main room for group activities/dining/training/etc and a commercial size kitchen. Whether you are looking out the windows in the main room or from the roof top, you will have amazing views of the mountainside volcanoes - you can even see the city of Antigua. 
This facility is great for any size group and is conveniently located near several outreach areas. Please visit our 'Outreach Page' for more information on what type of outreach projects that your team can be involved with here. We are thankful for the opportunity to host teams at this location and serve alongside of them to fulfill the Great Commission. 
Here is a list of several on campus activities that will be hosted at the mountaintop Retreat Center:
  • Feeding Program
  • Team Building
  • Host Mission Teams
  • Pastor Training
  • Discipleship Training
  • Group Devotionals
  • Mission Conferences
  • Widow and Orphan Support
God is also working out some details for us to be involved with starting a Women's Medical Clinic. Stay tuned for more details coming soon.  
The desire at Live HIM Loud Ministries is that others would be encouraged with their personal walk with Jesus Christ. The primary vision for us as missionaries is to impart the love of Jesus Christ to others and disciple followers to do the same.  
We invite you to read and learn more about what the Lord is doing in and through this ministry. 
"There is something extremely special about this place". - Chase Smith, 2019 Mission Trip