Pray for Mateo
The first time Mateo Montero came to our service was our special Christmas service. Mateo has cancer and is doing pretty well. His father has been asking prayer for his salvation for a long time. He is very resistant to the gospel. Will you pray with us for his salvation? It was an answer to prayer to see him attend the service. Pray he will come to church to be more ex-posed to the gospel message.
Your sacrifice for world missions in a year with so many financial trials and challenges is greatly appreciated and will be greatly blessed by God.
We are showing the series of movies, “God isn’t Dead”. This is for the Seniors in our church. They are enjoying the time together with refreshments and fellow-ship. Also, the movies have been a blessing. Trying to encourage everyone to share their faith with others.
For the administration of this service not only supplieth the want of the saints, but is abundant also by many thanksgivings unto God; 2 Cor. 9:12
Glenna and I want to be especially thankful for all that God has done for us. He saved us, called to serve Him in Uru-guay and gave us wonderful people to support us in our desire to reach people with the gospel. We could not be here without your help. And, while I try to say it in every letter, I don’t want to quit letting you know how much you mean to us.
God has been so good to us this year and in all our years, His faithfulness has been unwavering. Now we look to a new year, with new challenges and vic-tories, excited to see what He will do through the ministry here in Uruguay.