Beth Sandoval is a remarkable woman. Everything she does is focused on loving hurting people and pointing them to our Heavenly Father's love.
She grew up as a missionary kid in Guatemala, and after meeting Chalo at the Central American Theological Seminary, they committed to spend the rest of their life serving the Lord in Mexico. Since then, her days have been filled with studying, serving, teaching, planning, listening to others and helping many see His purpose in their own lives. And every conversation with her is treated as the most amazing story she has ever heard. She cries with those who are crying and celebrates victories with a beautiful smile.
Perhaps the most meaningful impact of her life is one rarely seen. She sits with her journal, the obvious cup of coffee, her Bible, and her prayer list. The work God does in all our lives usually remains hidden- but others see the fruit of this work. She isn’t complicated or complex, but rather a woman who has chosen a life of faith and quiet surrender.
Beth was diagnosed on Dec 3rd with Acute Myeloma Leukemia. Rather than having her world fall apart, she quietly reminded those around her that God is control. She now spends her days in the hospital reading God’s word and reassuring all those close to her that all is in God’s hands.
Chalos and Beth would never dare to ask for financial help for this long journey ahead, but those of us close to her know the severe economic impact this has on this dear couple that has given everything to serving Him. Will you join in helping cover the devastating costs of cancer care? Treatment, long hosptial stays and medications have a difficult emotional aspect. You can help them by lifting them up in prayer. These same elements also have a very real financial repercussion that is beyond what they could even begin to afford. Your gift now will mean the world to them.
We don’t begin to know what the future holds for her. But like Paul said “forgetting what lies behind and reaching forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ” Phil 3:13-14 The diagnosis is behind us, the goal is still ahead. Nothing has changed, Chalo and Beth will still continue to serve the Lord until the day He calls them home.
Thank you for your love and prayers.
We, as kids, have created a GoFundMe account for my mom. The medical expenses are high, with deductible, out of pocket and having to be paid twice because treatment started at the end of year. Please pray with us as we travel through this journey that God has called us to.https://www.gofundme.com/beth-sandoval-medical-expense