Guatemala Night at CMU
It may be cold outside, but you can warm up at Guatemala Night at CMU on Dec.
11, 7 p.m.
This evening of stories, pictures and Guatemalan coffee and snacks is
sponsored by CMU’s Outtatown Discipleship School. It will feature Rob and Tara
Cahill, who will share about conservation efforts in that country.
The evening will take place in the Great Hall on CMU’s north campus, 500
Shaftesbury Blvd. Admission is free.
The Cahills have spent six years in Guatemala, serving with Mennonite Central
Committee and Heifer International. While in Guatemala they have been involved
in reforestation, sustainable agriculture, land reclamation and church planting.
They also worked closely with the Outtatown program, developing sessions for
students that helped them understand Guatemalan life, missions and international
“In the Outtatown program we have the privilege of working with some
remarkable people," says Outtatown Director Paul Kroeker. “Rob and Tara Cahill
stand out for the authenticity, breadth of involvement and the passion and
enthusiasm they bring to their ministry in Guatemala. They have strong
spiritual, agricultural and environmental understandings of that country, and
have worked closely with the churches in that region. They know the bird life,
the wild life, the environment and the people of Guatemala very well.”
Guatemala Night will also provide an opportunity to learn more about the
Outtatown program and about the February 15-24 Adventure for the Soul tour of
Guatemala. This small-group tour will enable participants to learn more about
beautiful and challenging country.
Click here to learn more
about the tour.
The Outtatown Discipleship School is a unique eight-month program where
students live and travel in Canada and either Guatemala or South Africa. The
main themes of the program centre Knowing God, Knowing Yourself, and Knowing The
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Posted November 28, 2007
For more information contact the CMU Communications Director, 500 Shaftesbury Blvd., Winnipeg, Manitoba R3P 2N2, telephone: 204-487-3300 ext. 630, fax: 204-889-1694,(www.cmu.ca)