Together We Can

see stable, loving families break the bonds of generational poverty!

Our Mission Is An Invitation

Jesus said go to the poor and feed them. He said go to the sick and heal them as He did here on the earth. He said go to the widows and orphans and take care of them. Jesus wants His good news shared to the nations, to the ends of the earth, and He calls His church to carry the torch.  Among the Latin American people, this is our mission.

If you have a heart for those suffering from generational poverty and want to show His love through acts of service, your path may well intersect with ours. We invite you to walk with us in this amazing journey.

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The Challenges our kids face

Million Children Afflicted by Extreme Poverty
Million Hungry Children are Chronically Malnourished
Uneducated Kids
Million Girls have experienced forced sexual violence

The children in Latin America face many challenges. Those affected by extreme poverty live in household that make less than the cost of a Starbucks coffee, less than $2.50 a day!  Almost 10% of those kids are chronically malnourished. Their development potential is radically limited for their entire life.  Many of these kids never finish primary school because their family needs them to work to earn money any way they can.  15 to 19 million girls have experienced forced sexual violence, other forced sexual acts and exploitation by the commercial sex trade.

Information from unicef’s report, Children in Latin America and the Caribbean Overview 2020

Children are not only more likely to be living in extreme poverty; the effects of poverty are most damaging to children. They are the worst off of the worst off – and the youngest children are the worst off of all, because the deprivations they suffer affect the development of their bodies and their minds.
– Anthony Lake,  UNICEF Executive Director.

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Our Current project needs

God Said Go Missions is committed to serving the “least of these” in Latin America, often in places where no one is serving, so they can experience the love of God for the first time.  Together we can change lives!

Goal: $45,000.00

We are in need of a 4×4 truck for our growing team that is reliable and rugged enough to handle our remote locations. We are looking to purchase a new Isuzu D-Max 4×4 with a 3.0 diesel turbo engine.

Goal: $25,000.00

We have been honored with the opportunity to acquire the Amatitlan Medical Center located on the grounds of the Asamblea De Dios Antioquia church. The center includes a clinic, lab and pharmacy.


Goal: $10,000.00

The school up in El Dique, Escuintla is in bad shape and the teacher needs resources & textbooks. We would like to refurbish the school and provide with much needed resources, textbooks and supplies.


Goal: $100,000.00

In Guatemala, there exists a profound need for an integrated medical center that addresses the holistic well-being of the less fortunate population and their surrounding communities. We are driven by our Christian faith to establish a discounted medical center that offers comprehensive care, focusing on physical, mental, and spiritual health at a price they can afford. The proceeds from this medical center will provide the necessary funds to continue our free medical services to those suffering from extreme poverty in the villages we currently serve in this area.


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Our Team

Jeff & Esther McClaran

Executive Director & Founders

Julio & Rachel Reyes

Future Generation Director


Medical Director


Registered Nurse

Mark & Ramona

Director of Guatemala


Guatemalan Nurse

Shawn & Julie

Truth Centered Transformation & Discipleship

Impact Stories

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