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Psalm 127:3 Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord,The fruit of the womb is a reward.

Ladies and Gentlemen; Friends, Family, Siblings in CHRIST
Welcome to the news that’s new to our family, news that’s pretty and cute and nothing manly. June the 12th arriving miraculously neat. Weighing in at a whopping 6 lbs 14oz at 20.5 inches long; we present to you “Sheila Lanisha Clemmons-Andres.” A little girl GOD brought into our world that is changing our lives and is a change no doubt that’s gonna be nice.

We thank you all for your prayers along this journey from the past, in the present, and for the future. This ministry isn’t only of the three of us it includes all of you as well and we couldn’t do it with out you. Lanisha and momma are doing well. Lanisha has had jaundice so we have been hanging out a little longer in the hospital than normal yet hopefully tomorrow we can head on to dad and mama nems. There we will be until we go to Guatemala on July the 8th, LORD willing.

Thanks again and we look forward to updating more of our ministry in the future with you.

Have a blessed day in JESUS.

Blessings in HIM,
Adam, Vilma, & baby Lanisha.

Live GOD Loud!!!

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boys prayin after 1st instalation

boys prayin after 1st instalation

marcos, benjamin, & brian after installing the stove for the lady who lost her baby

marcos, benjamin, & brian after installing the stove for the lady who lost her baby

Proverbs 22:6
Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it.

Hey yal hope all is well. I am horrible at updating so here goes some catch up.

So with Independence day coming up the school has been doing a lot of different activities starting last week with a soccer tournament in the junior high and high school. Then this week more activities
goin on. So they have been playing their tournament on the field below the school. The teachers asked me to play on their team which I immediately thought “this is a mistake on their part for asking.” However
I took it as a challenge, even though I tried to tell them me playing soccer was a disaster they insisted.
Now yes I do have a college degree in physical education and enjoy playing all sports except soccer, I have
played soccer less than 10 times in my life and I have lived here in Guatemala for more than 7 years.That
should show you my desire for the sport. So I show up and try to play, the ball would come my way at a fairly fast speed and normally I would end up kicking the air. One time I tried putting my feet together
to stop it and it rolled right through my legs. I guess I should have taken my paw-paw up on his offer years ago to straighten my legs ( yes I’m pretty bow legged.) But hey I kept playing then all of a sudden the ball came down the field from one teammate to the other then over to me( who was literally standing
maybe 5 feet from the goal. I stuck my foot out the ball hit it and rolled in for a goal (good thing I got big feet).
It was for sure a complete credit to my teammate for placing the ball at my foot. I tell you that story because of
what GOD taught me after the game. You see all the kids were saying Adam you scored a goal, yea!!! But I was like nope my team did but they went on for days different kids would come up and say Adam yea you scored a goal, even though
we lost 3-2. I was then reminded that the kids took it as GOD takes or lives because of CHRIST. You see the ball rolled through my legs once, I kicked air abunch of times but yet what the kids remembered was the goal that came off my foot.
Thats how GOD is when we ask for forgiveness. HE don’t remember our past sins, HE don’t keep record of
our wrongs HE just cheers us on when we are obedient to HIM and score a goal for the KINGDOM by living HIM
loud with our actions.
“I, even I, am He who blots out your transgressions for My own sake;
And I will not remember your sins. Isaiah 43:25

I played again on monday and it was a worst disaster but we had fun.

Last Friday Vilma and I were blessed to take 7 teenage boys to help instal 5 stoves to our future neighbors up on the mountain. Larry and a good friend of our outreach ministry also helped. There are 14 families on the road that leads to the property and all of them cook on an open fire in an outside inclosed addition to their
house. This is common in Guatemala unfortunately, it causes many to constantly have respiratory problems and never really get over the sickness. The stoves we installed uses less than half the wood to cook with and vents out the roof through an aluminum pipe, keeping the smoke from entering the kitchen. A group from Elevation Church in Charlotte North Carolina donated 5 so we have 9 families
left to buy stoves for. The stoves are approximately $130 each if anyone is interested in helping us buy and install the rest for the families there.
Now back to our helpers. Since we started outreach GOD has been opening more doors for our kids to get involved in ministry outside. This time I chose boys who had taken the time to help me move something at casa the week before. If they are willing to help at casa then they for sure are worthy of doing so outside.The boys had never done this before neither had I and so I told them lets pay attention to the first one very well because they needed to be precisely installed part by part. so after the first one they divided in two groups and began installing stoves and praying for the families afterwards,
finishing one and moving to the next, with Larry following up and cutting the hole out for the pipe. We were so blessed and impressed thus proud
of these boys.

When we finished and got home I explained to them how GOD had chosen the families in whom to give the stoves too, since we had 14 families and only 5 stoves. We had just prayed that GOD would just guide us to the people HE wanted to receive stoves first. So with the list in hand 3 days prior to installing we looked at the list and went to the community. Chose families and began to go tell them that they had been chosen as the first ones. I love it when GOD just takes control. One lady had just lost her baby 6 months in the womb two weeks prior, another lady was a widow with 5 children working the best she could to make ends meet,and another was a pastor which is one of the things we feel the LORD is gonna use the property for to uplift and encourage those serving HIM 24/7. Apart from the pastor we had no clue about the other ladies situations. GOD is so good!!!

GOD has big plans for the kids at casa aleluya, thanks for helping give these boys a chance if you pray and/or support casa you had a hand in this.
If you do feel being led and would want to help with these stoves email me at coachclemmons4christ@yahoo.com.

my apologies for the long update.

Blessings in CHRIST,
adam and vilma clemmons

Live HIM Loud!!!

BP boys movein boxes

BP boys movein boxes

3 Vencedores boys

3 Vencedores boys


10 Bring all the tithes into the storehouse,That there may be food in My house,
And try Me now in this,”Says the Lord of hosts,“If I will not open for you the windows of heaven
And pour out for you such blessing That there will not be room enough to receive it.
11 “And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes,So that he will not destroy the fruit of your ground,Nor shall the vine fail to bear fruit for you in the field,”
Says the Lord of hosts;
12 “And all nations will call you blessed,For you will be a delightful land,”Says the Lord of hosts.
Malachi 3:10-12

Alrighty trying to make these post a little more consistent. All has been well here in Guatemala for us. Friday the graduates had an exam to take in Antigua so I got the honor to transport them so that was fun as its cool to see their attitudes as they are getting ready to graduate and begin another stage in life. It seems that the excitement is universal in graduates everywhere at this stage in their lives. Later that night we had three boys from vencedores over for a camp out and to just hang out. So we popped a tent in the grass area beside our house. These boys had done what they were supposed to in their dorm the longest and were on level five, which is the highest and best behavior level they could be on. So hopefully by bringing them over the rest will want to do good in the dorm as well, we will see.
Saturday we were able to take 20 boys from buen pastor to the city to help unload 3 half containers full of 45lb boxes for another ministry here in Guatemala. I think the boys, along with about ten other men unloaded somewhere around 2,307 boxes full of New testament action story bibles. Books that had been written in the form of an action book with pictures referenced 100% from the bible. These books will be going into schools all over Guatemala we pray that souls will be one for eternity through this literature. Kinda cool to see our boys get that opportunity to serve. I know they had fun and got sore they were tellin me at church how their arms felt. They worked pretty hard in about the two ours it took to unload the containers.
Yesterday went to church then hung out for a lil while before taking a pair of siblings out for their birthdays that they had had a couple weeks back. Today we had a staff meeting and now just trying to get some stuff caught up from weeks past. I hope yal have a blessed day and remember JESUS loves you and has already won the battle.

Blessings in CHRIST,
Adam and Vilma

Live HIM Loud

Live HIM Loud!!!

3 Vencedores boys

3 Vencedores boys


10 Bring all the tithes into the storehouse,That there may be food in My house,
And try Me now in this,”Says the Lord of hosts,“If I will not open for you the windows of heaven
And pour out for you such blessing That there will not be room enough to receive it.
11 “And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes,So that he will not destroy the fruit of your ground,Nor shall the vine fail to bear fruit for you in the field,”
Says the Lord of hosts;
12 “And all nations will call you blessed,For you will be a delightful land,”Says the Lord of hosts.
Malachi 3:10-12

Alrighty trying to make these post a little more consistent. All has been well here in Guatemala for us. Friday the graduates had an exam to take in Antigua so I got the honor to transport them so that was fun as its cool to see their attitudes as they are getting ready to graduate and begin another stage in life. It seems that the excitement is universal in graduates everywhere at this stage in their lives. Later that night we had three boys from vencedores over for a camp out and to just hang out. So we popped a tent in the grass area beside our house. These boys had done what they were supposed to in their dorm the longest and were on level five, which is the highest and best behavior level they could be on. So hopefully by bringing them over the rest will want to do good in the dorm as well, we will see.
Saturday we were able to take 20 boys from buen pastor to the city to help unload 3 half containers full of 45lb boxes for another ministry here in Guatemala. I think the boys, along with about ten other men unloaded somewhere around 2,307 boxes full of New testament action story bibles. Books that had been written in the form of an action book with pictures referenced 100% from the bible. These books will be going into schools all over Guatemala we pray that souls will be one for eternity through this literature. Kinda cool to see our boys get that opportunity to serve. I know they had fun and got sore they were tellin me at church how their arms felt. They worked pretty hard in about the two ours it took to unload the containers.
Yesterday went to church then hung out for a lil while before taking a pair of siblings out for their birthdays that they had had a couple weeks back. Today we had a staff meeting and now just trying to get some stuff caught up from weeks past. I hope yal have a blessed day and remember JESUS loves you and has already won the battle.

Blessings in CHRIST,
Adam and Vilma

Live HIM Loud

Live GOD Loud!!!

Then He said to them all, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow Me. Luke 9:23

Hey yal
Here we go folks. Just an update from us. All is well we have had a blessed U.S. summer here in Guatemala with a lot of teams coming to bless the staff and our children. With construction work getting done and things getting cleaned and painted. From movie nights, to vbs, to praise and worship nights etc, with pizza, popcorn, icecream, smores . I think the kids had a good time and to all who came or has come thus far thanks and please know you have made a difference. On that note as a kid or staff member comes to your mind please say a quick prayer as GOD has allowed you to think of them for a reason. We have thoroughly enjoyed ministering along side those of you who have come and seeing our kids laugh, have fun, and most of all worship our Heavenly FATHER!!! Also Vilma and I were blessed to have my parents here for three weeks in July and then two of my cousins here for two weeks the day my parents left. So fun times…
On the outreach side of things we have been blessed to go to many different places and share the love and joy of JESUS over the past couple of months. Our young people have done an excellent job ministering through servanthood, songs and evangicubes. About two weeks ago a team came down and apart from their activities of foot washing and giving out shoes they went out and gave beens and rice one day to three different local areas. At the second stop they gave out shoes and actually washed kids feet allowing some of our youth to give out shoes and actually wash feet themselves. Some of the team members at our third stop noticed that some of the ladies who received beans and rice didn’t have any shoes so they notice they were close to the same size and gave the ladies their shoes, thus riding back to casa barefoot. Well the next day we had an outreach event about 2 hours out in a village and after we had ministered we started back towards casa. Three of the students rode in the back of the truck with all the equipment and the tarp because as we left it started raining. So as we crossed four creeks we picked up a father and his son who were carrying pretty big items on their backs in the rain. Not thinking anything of it I kept driving as normal and when the guys wanted off they hollered and got off the truck. We then moseyed on back to the house about a hour and when I backed up to the bodega to unload the truck at casa everyone got out and we noticed two of the three kids in the back didn’t have any shoes. So I asked them what happened they, with smiles on their faces, said the guys we picked up didn’t have any shoes so we gave them ours. Talk about humbling I was then reminded that we don’t only lead these kids by words and telling them things we do it by actions as well. Thus that yal is living CHRIST loud!!!
So thanks for all the prayers and support yal do for us we are blessed beyond measure because of your obedience to our LORD. Until next time(which hopefully wont be long) GOD Bless…

Blessings in CHRIST,
Adam and Vilma
“live HIM loud”

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