This is the mobile-friendly, duplicate webpage for users of mobile devices (phones)  Computer Users Click HERE.

Documentary Video — Jessica's story with Dick Rutgers and Mark Richard in Guatemala.

Refugio de Esperanza en Guatemala is a division of Hope Haven International. HHI is an American NGO [charity] in Iowa.

Jessica's Story from Hope Haven Guatemala ... as told by Jessica's eyes and by Dick Rutgers' heart ... see the finger of God

This is Jessica's Story.
Jessica is one of six children, her mother is a widow.
Jessica has Cerebral Palsy.
Jessica was taken to Hope Haven Guatemala (Refugio de Esperanza de Guatemala), where Mark Richard's organization manufactures and distributes free wheelchairs to disabled people who otherwise must crawl all their lives.
     Ref » [En Espanol, Spanish-language.]
     For American English please refer to » www.RefugioDeEsperanza.US
Dick Rutgers was at Hope Haven Guatemala when Jessica appeared.
     The Lord touched his heart, and this is what happened ...
* Dick saw a young girl, only six years old and weighing only sixteen (16) pounds.
     He had to do something, sometimes we simply cannot walk away.
* Dick shared Jessica's Story with pictures on his website »
* KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri produced a television special about Hope Haven Guatemala.
     The video portion of this production is excerpted from that TV special.
* I watched the TV Special, and was struck by the images and video.
     You will be too.
          I could see The Lord's finger moving in this video, touching the heart of Dick Rutgers.
               Can you see His Spirit moving in this video also?
* Jessica's Story is a bitter but sweet story ... sad and happy.
     Jessica's eyes tell the story.
          Look into Jessica's eyes, perhaps Our Father will touch your heart too.

The video above is streaming directly from our website to your computer. The code to start the video is written in HTML5 - the most current version.
     This webpage will start the video only if your computer and browser is able to handle common video types.

Below is a list of the types of video which are avalable for your computer to begin showing:
          - mp4 (this has become the industry standard);
          - m4v (a popular video codec a few years ago);
          - mov (one of the earliest types of videos, an APPLE application originally for MAC computers);
          - wmv (the early video format on Windows computers, "Windows Media Video" format is still supported by all Microsoft Windows computers ... but today it is usually not supported by browsers, not even by Microsoft's browsers any more, duh);
          - swf (one of the first types of animated images, aka videos. "Shock Wave Flash" was first invented by Macromedia, but it is now poorly managed and owned by Adobe Systems, hence many modern browsers are not able to show SWF videos - although you can download the plugin from your browser's support website and install that plugin on your local browser).

If your browser does not support any of the above video types
     then your browser should render the message: *Your web browser does not support HTML5 video*

Whether your personal browser is able to render it or not is determined by your personal computer's settings and configuration.
     If you wish, you may also watch this video on either Vimeo or YouTube. The links below will open in a new browser window or tab, depending upon your personal computer settings (it is not up to us).
          [Click or TAP] » Jessica's Story on Vimeo
          [Click or TAP] » Jessica's Story on YouTube

About this webpage: This is the responsive design (mobile-device-friendly) version of the website
     * All content on the website is duplicated to this website.
     * Every webpage on the website includes a direct link to the mobile-friendly duplicate content of that page on this website; simply click or TAP the link that reads: Mobile Devices TAP HERE.