Donate by Check

Mail check payable to Inca Link International, P.O. Box 1321, Boone, NC 28607. Write “Guatemala’s Ministry” in the memo of the check.

Guatemala’s Ministry

Support our Inca Link ministries in Guatemala, including:
1. Ministerio Manos de Cristo – Shawn and Lisa Bradley began a school sponsorship program that works to break the cycle of poverty in a poor area of Guatemala City primarily by educating children in a Christian school. The ministry also includes building cement block homes, repairing homes, teaching English, preaching in area churches, and caring for the sick and widowed. Their family has also ministered at the Christian Academy of Guatemala, a missionary school in San Cristobal where Shawn was the Dean of Students and both Shawn and Lisa advised students and worked with them in discipleship. Since the Bradleys were called back to the USA in 2017, Rolando, a Guatemalan who was a great help to the Bradleys, and his family have been doing a great job of running the ministry in Guatemala with continued support from the Bradley family handling communication with sponsors in the U.S.
2. Creación de Dios – Creación de Dios is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing food to low-income communities in order to allow them to improve their quality of life while at the same time instilling in them the word of God. They aim to provide training that allows children and young people to develop their spiritual side and human potential in a favorable environment, providing them with knowledge that allows them to insert themselves into society. They also help around 110 at-risk children, offering them a plate of food three times a week made up of essential food groups like vegetables, fruits, meat, dairy and more. If you would like to sponsor one of these children, contact Stacey at
3. Adam Bannister’s ministries – Adam has established 3 ministries in Guatemala: a music ministry training 10 Guatemalan students to be worship leaders, a missionary kids ministry to build relationships with the third culture kids in the area, and a VBS program at a clinic in the mountains with about 10 kids every week.