Dear Prayer Partners:
We thank you for your prayers and financial support. We count it a privilege to continue to be your missionaries to Honduras. Thank you so much for your prayers for Alba. In June, Alba began feeling bad and we went to the doctor in our city in Honduras and she recommended that we see the oncologist in Texas asap. June 16th, we flew back to Dallas/Fort Worth. The next day tests were run, and she was hospitalized to control the symptoms she had for five days. The oncologist recommended she have another cycle of six chemotherapies. The first one was in the hospital, and she was released the next day. We praise the Lord for special offerings from our home church, Victory Baptist Church of Weatherford, Texas and Worth Baptist Church of Fort Worth, Texas to pay for our plane tickets and help us with expenses here. Also, Worth Baptist Church is renting a furnished apartment for us to live in while we are here. So far, Alba has had three more chemotherapies. She has it every four weeks. Recently, she has been battling an infection which after treatment lingered on. Last week, I had to take her to the ER, and she was admitted for five days. The infection is better, and she completed the treatment. She is weak and having some pain. Please continue to pray for her complete healing, for a miracle.
Also, please pray for my mother, Lena Priday. Last week she had knee replacement surgery and surgery on a broken bone in her foot on the same leg. Please pray that her therapy and recovery go well.
Please pray for our mission church, CALVARIO. Missionary Bro. J. D. Young is preaching Sunday mornings, the midweek prayer service, and leading Saturday visitation. I preach by Zoom on Sunday evenings. I am still teaching the book of John to two ladies in the church weekly by Zoom. We praise the Lord that several people who have not been attending were there this Sunday. Please pray we will see souls saved.
Thank you again for your faithful prayers and financial support. May God bless you greatly.
Yours with Hope for Honduras,
Leslie and Alba Priday