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#372 our story

We are praying about a couple coming to work here. She was raised here & he is a maintenance man with degrees in many areas. Pray that we hear God’s voice. Melvin & Carolyn bought pizza for all of the children. He was raised here & moved to…

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#371 our story

You can only imagine the problem if both of our water wells quit at the same time. Right now one is not working due to electrical surges & the other is only working at 50%. With this many children it would be a disaster. The children had their…

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Claudia

The new president of Guatemala sent 1000 soldiers to fight gangs in Mixco and San Juan Sacatepequez. These towns are both within 20 miles of Casa. Encouragement is something we all need & that is what I shared with the children today. Melvin who was raised here came…

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#370 our story

The weather continues to be very cold for this time of the year. There are no reported cases of coronavirus in Central America except for a suspected case in Costa Rico. Of course it seems to be among older people so Dottie and I need to watch it.…

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#369 our story

Jim had praise and prayer in the morning for the Spanish speakers and in the evening or the English speaking folks. The Tyler team left in the middle of the night to fly home to Texas. It felt like one of the coldest days of the years. 5…

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#368 our story

Oscar does such a good job with the maintenance but he has never studied specific areas like washer/dryer repairs, electricity, plumbing, water wells, etc. I know that he and I are praying that someone who feels called to missions who have those skills would be a tremendous blessing…

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#367 our story

Today our staff had a graduation ceremony with a government agency(CNA) celebrated a course given the last few weeks to all the staff. I couldn’t sleep so I just made radio tapes. The Tyler, Texas went to Antigua. We are having troubles again with the water well. 3/1/2004The…

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#366 our story

It does not look good for Amalia so please pray for her. She is losing her eyesight. She was our first employee 29 years ago when we lived at the chicken ranch. We have friends in central Tennessee where the tornado killed 25 and destroyed many buildings. 2/27/2004.…

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#365 Our story

Ezdras & Marlin need a few days off as dorm parents to Vencedores. If anyone would like to come & relieve them for 3 to 5 days please connect us. Arolodo has been blessed again for his faithfulness. He is going to Columbia all expenses paid to a…

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#634 our story

We had some visitors drop by for the morning service. The Word of God heals. I woke up yesterday so sick I couldn’t get out of bed. So I began reading the Bible. I decided I would make radio shows so I preached for 5 hours straight. Today…

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#633 our story

I need you to pray for my health please. Do not forget that we would like to minister this September in the US if you can have us. Georgie & Tatiana drove to Nicaragua  for a week. 2/18/2004. We met with Gary, Jack and their families and ministered at…

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#632 our story

McKenna has been here helping for many months but her sister, Amy, had a stroke so the family needs prayer. She is paralyzed on the left side. The Alabama team as well as Mike F. left today.   Bob made this for Dottie 2/14/2004. We are still in North…

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Amalia

Our first ever employee was Amalia who is now going blind. She is a strong Christian & asks for your prayers, We were blessed to have the two buildings reroofed. We have two-storied buildings that also need a new roof. Josue’ gave his testimony to the team. The…

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Cruelty

Mike F. continues to work with our financial and computer team. He spoke to me a little about things. Dottie is still ill so I ask your prayers. I want to remind you to please consider us for a service in your church in September. The Alabama team…

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#631 our story

The Young Life team had an afternoon party for Vencedores and Buen Pastor boys. In the evening they had a party with the Docellas girls. Young Life is a large team of teenagers from Alabama. Dottie went to bed last night feeling ill & woke up feeling worse.…

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#630 our story

We have two new commercial dryers and one washer installed. We also hired a new psychologist & a new social worker giving us 3 of each on staff. Kate leaves tomorrow for the states. Ireni’s father passed away. Amalia, on staff for over 25 years is ill. I…

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#629 our story

Today was visiting day so we had our church service in the evening. Mike F. arrived to meet with certain of our office staff about the web site & the financial reporting procedures. Two teams arrived & Young Life had a party for the younger children.  Marlin and…

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#628 our story

We had a judge stop by to see Casa and talk with Josue’. She & I were able to talk for over an hour. The kids look forward to Saturdays because every other day of the week they arise at 6am; eat breakfast at 7; clean their dorms…

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#627 our story

Today is Michelle’s birthday. Hard to believe she is 26 years old. Georgie & Lily took the older girls to a special Christian service in the city. The team left this morning & they were so diligent to do whatever we needed done. We received a baby last…

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#626 our story

We are so blessed and happy as Dr. Lou has gotten a scholarship for Aroldo to study an advanced degree in peritoneal dialysis. Aroldo is one of the most loving, giving and faithful young men of God and is so dedicated to the children on dialysis under his…

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