News & Events

News & Events

December 2019 eNews - The Waiting Time

Advent is the Waiting Time. Advent gathers unto itself and cradles our waiting times. All of the times throughout the year when we find ourselves shuddering in darkness. Fighting, confused, defeated. In the darkness that obscures our ability to find a way clear, to genuinely hope for a... Read More

Four Star rating by Charity Navigator
Faith In Practice has once again been awarded four stars by Charity Navigator, an independent evaluator of charities for transparency and efficiency.
Zimmer Biomet signed an agreement to donate a full inventory of knee and hip implants to Faith In Practice

On November 8, 2019 at the American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons’ Annual Meeting, Zimmer Biomet and Faith In Practice signed an agreement through which Zimmer Biomet agreed to donate a full inventory of knee and hip implants including instrumentation direct to Guatemala for use by... Read More

Our Special 25 Anniversary Gala

Faith In Practice’s 25th Anniversary Gala raised over $1 million with 750 in attendance! The Gala: By Faith was a celebration of the way our past 25 years have been guided by faith every step of the way. As we were reminded at the event, our small steps of faith have consistently been... Read More

September 2019 eNews - 25 Years By Faith

Twenty-five years ago, Joe and Vera Wiatt stood at the door of the Obras hospital in Antigua, Guatemala. Before them was a sea of people seeking medical care. The Wiatts were two of nine volunteers. How could nine serve so many? The multitude, the need, overwhelmed. Yet, what the... Read More

Special 25th Anniversary Gathering

Faith In Practice and Board Chair, Dr. Cary and Mrs. Julie Moorhead hosted a special event on Saturday, May 11, honoring Faith In Practice's 25 Years By Faith.

Our Special Annual 25th Women's Luncheon: Women of Faith

On April 25, we held our special 25th anniversary women’s luncheon, Women of Faith. We were so blessed by the more than 400 women—and a few men—who joined us at the Hotel ZaZa - Houston Museum District to celebrate the women... Read More

April eNews 2019 - His Pain on Her Face

I see his pain on her face. His sorrow in her eyes. The night is cool, the stars prick the black night. She stands holding a candle, the tears in her eyes reflect its flame. She is one of thousands who fill Antigua’s Central Park. Thousands and yet there is hardly a sound. A cloud of... Read More

February 2019 eNews - Beckoning Each of Them

It was a bright October day in Mataquescuintla, Jalapa when Eddy came crashing through the tree branches and landed on the hard ground. Eddy was nine years old. His mother, Marta Lydia, was frantic. It was clear that Eddy had severely broken his leg. She gathered him up and took him to... Read More