Dear Prayer Partners:
We thank you for your prayers and financial support and count it a privilege to continue to be your missionaries to Honduras. Thank you so much for your prayers for Alba. We are in Texas for her doctor appointment. They had to reschedule it because the doctor had COVID19. Her medical tests results were great, and the doctor said she didn’t need to return until MAY, three months! We go back to Honduras this week, the 9th. Please continue to pray for ALBA’S health and strength and ABOVE ALL PLEASE PRAY FOR A MIRACULOUS AND GOD-GLORIFYING HEALING OF HER BODY. She has pain in her nerves and joints from the chemotherapy last year.
It has been good to be in the services in Honduras again and preaching. We finished the book of Mark in Sunday School in January. As we wrote in the last letter, November 28th Honduras had general elections. The winning candidate was sworn in last week. She is the first female President of Honduras, the wife of the former President who was forcefully removed in 2009, and a socialist. Honduras faces many challenges. There is not a majority in Congress, it is divided between the three main parties. They have not even been able to elect the President of Congress yet. Please pray for stability. But we know that the only true hope of Honduras is our Lord Jesus Christ.
Please pray for our mission church. Satan has provided the excuse of COVID for people to not attend. We are basically rebuilding. We have lost many people. We have had a lady and her adult son that are new to the area start to attend services. As there has been a surge of COVID cases in December and January, it appears that we will not be able to have Youth Camp during Easter week again.
Our home church Pastor, Dr. Charles Wetherbee retired the 23rd of January. Our Assistant Pastor in now our Pastor, Rev. Rob Catuto. Please pray for him and his wife Patti, for the church, and the Wetherbees during this time of transition.
Thank you again for your faithful prayers and financial support. May God bless you greatly.
Yours with Hope for Honduras,
Leslie and Alba Priday