Cat Vollenweider



Cat Vollenweider

“My heart beats for family restoration. For the relational wholeness that can only come through Christ.”

I didn’t want to go to Guatemala. I was already on a mission, living for God,

when I was invited to be an intern at a girls’ home for a summer. Guatemala wasn’t on my radar, but it was one of God’s good plans.

It was the summer of 2015. I met two girls there who captured my heart. They had three siblings, they told me. Five altogether. Because I loved the girls, I started praying, asking God to send them a family. Someone who would teach them Truth, protect them, fight for them, adore them. Before I left, God invited me to do that very thing: be family to these children. I gave God my “yes,” with the condition that He would have to make a way.

For eight years, God gave me opportunities to stay in touch with them. I have written them letters (many times delivered by kind acquaintances), prayed, and visited when I was able – three times before 2020. God has given us a supernatural and lasting bond.

The pandemic proved that staying in touch from a distance no longer works for us. Discipleship requires presence, and I long to see these children thrive in all areas of life: spiritually, physically, mentally, socially, and relationally.

Living full-time in Guatemala, I am able to invest in these young people as they transition into adulthood. Your prayers and support empower me to that end. Thank you for being a witness to what God is doing!


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“Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine,

according to his power that is at work within us”

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