Thank you, dear friends, for your prayers. We are doing well. My wife and Andrea are staying with our daughter Martha in Pensacola. They asked me to give them more time to rest before coming back to the field. I will come back for them at the end of this year or at the beginning of next year. Please keep praying for us.
Our church is doing well. Two weeks ago, we started bringing new convers from Jabillos. Bro. Eduardo has been coming with his three daughters (ages two, four, and six). He carries the little one while I bring the other two by holding their hands. The distance from Jabillos to the church is about a 20-minute walk, climbing up stairs and going down hills. The first week we brought 7 people, and last week we brought 21. For the last two weeks, we have been feeding them. I know that more people will be coming next week, so we will be preparing for them. We are trying to rent a bus, but no one wants to go to that neighborhood. Please pray for Jabillos and Las Neridas, another route that we are working.
Please keep praying for Venezuela. Almost every week the prices on food change for the bad, going higher and higher. The prices on bus tickets went up over 300%. The only prices that stay low are the fruits, vegetables, and gasoline. Meat, poultry, and fish are no longer on the menu for the average Venezuelan. The prices for clothing and auto parts are unbelievable. People at the church are wondering about December. From what I heard, they don’t want December to come this year. Instead of thinking of peace and joy, they are thinking thievery and kidnaping. It is going to be a difficult Christmas for the Venezuelan people. Please keep praying for us.
The church saw 296 souls saved and 1 baptized in the last 2 months. Amen!
• For health and safety
• For the Lord to supply the monthly support that we need
• For the salvation of the people of Venezuela
The Nunez Family
Missionaries to Venezuela