I am very excited about your desire to push for finishing the task! I want to have a part in this effort!! Praying that the task will soon be done!! Until there is a witness for Christ in every nation.
— Jean P.
After recent scandals, I have become skeptical of the native missionary movement. I have been supporting native missionaries for decades now, but these scandals have really burnt my trust. Thank you for addressing trust and accountability in Prayerline letter.
— Jann F., IL
While international aid agencies may help victims of Hurricane Irma in Cuba for a week or so, an indigenous ministry will continue to provide clean water, food and construction materials for weeks of recovery from the damage that the Category 5 hurricane caused. Taking the brunt of the hurricane and thus reducing its strength to levels 4 and 3 by the time it hit Florida, Cuba suffered catastrophic damage on its northern coast. Three of the indigenous ministry's workers have lost all their possessions, and the multi-use hall where Bible trainings are held was destroyed. "To the extent that God provides, we desire to provide emergency aid to victims of Hurricane Irma such as water, cooking oil, rice, non-perishable food and biblical pamphlets," the ministry leader said. In the weeks to come, the ministry plans to deliver mattresses, wood for re-constructing houses and roof tiles to workers' families and other victims. "We ask for your prayers for our missionaries and people affected by this terrible disaster," he said, "and that God use this event so that we can reach many with the hope of salvation in Christ Jesus." Will you consider helping Cubans survive and rebuild their lives?
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