Thank you, dear friends, for your prayers. We are doing well; my family is still in the U.S.A. I spent Christmas and New Year’s Eve with them. The cold weather hurt me this time; I’m not used to it anymore. My daughter Andrea will remain in the U.S.A., but my wife will return as soon as the situation gets better. Please keep praying for us.
Our church is doing well. Even with the bad situation, new people are coming to church. I know some are coming for the food, but at the same time, they are getting saved. Please keep praying for the churches here; many of their members are moving to other countries, looking for better opportunities to help their families. One of our members moved to Peru. He had to make a decision whether to feed his family or get an oil change for his motorcycle. He sold his motorcycle, which was his source of income, and left for Peru last week by bus. He is still on the road.
Please pray for the situation in Venezuela. It is getting worse. People are dying for lack of medicine, and the hospitals are infected because there are no supplies to clean them. The bank situation is bad. We are only allowed to withdraw 10,000 bolivars per day, and the bus ticket to Caracas from Guatire costs 10,000 bolivars one way. In the food situation, the price of one chicken is equivalent to a half-month’s salary. Please keep praying for Venezuela. I hope this situation ends soon, but the Lord is in control.
The church had 1,750 souls saved and 17 baptized during 2017. Praise the Lord! 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