Infant mortality is high, accounting for 25% of all registered deaths. While sharing the Gospel, we want to be a part of lowering these numbers! With much prayer and discernment God has been crystal clear in His calling of us to stop making excuses and to serve now, in Guatemala. We feel God has specifically equipped us to serve the incredible people of Guatemala
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Through healing, building and education, Servant Harts are serving malnourished babies and their families in San Lorenzo, El Tejar Guatemala. Every dollar given will go straight to sharing the hope of Jesus through high quality healthcare and ensuring the babies in their program can grow up in a safe and healthy home.

About Us


For several years God has called Jason and Kelly to serve overseas. At first, they thought it was in another country – but with much prayer and discernment, God has been crystal clear in His calling of them to stop making excuses and to serve now, in Guatemala.
They feel God has specifically equipped them to serve the incredible people of Guatemala.
Jason first served there in 2011 and they visited this past fall to meet with organizations on the ground to partner with, again it was made clear.

Our Experience

For the past 5 years, Kelly has worked as a Physician Assistant in Pediatrics. Her love for kids and medicine give her skills that will be invaluable. Jason has 10 years of experience serving on church staff’s in Kids and Student Ministries. He is also a hobby woodworker and has also stayed at home with their 2 daughters Mia and Josie.


With Spanish school completed, they have now started providing care to severely malnourished infants, provide access to clean water, and fight for the future health of these infants by improving their unhealthy and unsanitary living conditions.
babies completed the program
babies currently in the program
moms currently in the program
kitchens built
houses built
clean air stoves
water filters


Why Guatemala?

Jason first went on a mission trip to Guatemala in 2004. It was then that he said he would one day live there. Likewise, during Kelly’s training for PA school, she had the opportunity to spend 2 months in Kenya at a missions hospital where she also knew that she would one day be serving in another country in the future. We got married in June of 2013 and after our 2nd daughter was born, we knew it was time for us to be obedient to God’s calling on our lives. In June of 2019, we sold everything we owned in Kentucky and made the move.

What do you do?

Through weekly classes, we will walk along side the moms and provide education and resources to help their babies thrive. We will participate in Bible study together as they learn that they have a God who loves them and sees them. We will do monthly home visits to ensure their home is a safe and clean environment for their family to thrive.

Where will you be serving?

God has placed us in a village named, San Lorenzo El Tejar.

How long will you be there?

Guatemala is our home now. We sold everything intentionally. We knew that if God was calling us to be obedient, we couldn’t go into it without being all in. We will be here until God tells us it’s time to leave.



80% of kids under 5 are malnourished and over 25% of registered deaths are from infant mortality. Servant Harts provides high quality care to to severely malnourished infants in San Lorenzo El Tejar, through weekly classes where they use an internationally recognized curriculum along with Bible study. The babies are initially taken to a local pediatrician where labs are ran and provided with follow up care as needed.


At least 90% of Guatemala’s water is contaminated by fecal matter and waterborne diseases are among the leading killers of children under 5. Servant Harts will ensure that every family has a water filter in their home to protect against parasites.

Likewise, a common cause of death is smoke inhalation, as mothers cook on

open fires inside an unventilated kitchen. Servant Harts will ensure every family has a ventilated stove and a safe and sanitary kitchen.
Many families live in homes that are not suitable to be lived in. Servant Harts will ensure that a family has a safe and comfortable place to sleep at night.


Servant Harts believes that education is foundational in helping breaking the cycle of poverty. They have partnered alongside One Way Community which is a Guatemalan ministry in San Lorenzo who provides additional educational opportunities for kids preK-7th grade. Servant Harts will help provide scholarships through One Way to allow kids to be able to attend school.


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Servant Harts are serving San Lorenzo, El Tejar Guatemala. Contact address 273 Riley way Elizabethtown, KY 42701

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