Hurricane/Tropical Storm Eta

I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now. (Philippians 1:3-5, NIV)

We give all glory and honour to the Lord for your partnering with us. Without your support and especially your prayers, our ministry would never have been possible or impact our generation. We give our heartfelt special thanks to all of you for your sacrificial giving.

We have moderate light rains, but it looks like Eta is further south than previously predicted. Our island will likely have lots more rain and wind to come this week, but thank God we believe the significant threat has passed and now we are praying for mainland Honduras, Nicaragua and the rest of Central America’s countries. Many people were evacuated and continued evacuating on Mainland Honduras, and the government declared the country in red alert and no circulation after 4:00 pm at least for the next 72 hours.

This is the first time that we are in red alert for two reasons: Covid 19 and Hurricane Eta.

The weather on the island has been very wet, rain is heavy at times but then stops. The winds are stronger on the shoreline,  and a few neighborhoods have had some trees knocked over. Most people are forced to stay inside their homes which helps to keep vehicles off the roads. With heavy clouds overhead, and cooler temperatures, people have to close windows and wear their warmer clothing. There will be another day or more of this weather from ETA. We pray it will move away and its powerful force will decrease.

Please keep us in your prayers.

Thank you to all who have faithfully prayed and faithfully given to support this incredible work of ministering to the people in our congregations.

Matthew 25:40: “Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Your prayers and continued support enable us to continue touching people’s lives with Jesus’ love.

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