Luis Martinez Prayer Letter: Exciting Times--Looking for Other Ways to Share the Gospel!“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” (II Chronicles 7:14) I pray you are doing well when you receive this prayer letter. My family and I are doing well, and we greatly appreciate your prayers at this time.

We are thrilled at what the Lord continues to do here in Puerto Rico. Even though we have not been able to meet on our church property, we have been able to broadcast our services through Facebook Live and YouTube. Many of our church members have been sharing the messages with their family members who do not attend church anywhere. Several are inviting friends and family to their homes to hear the Word of God. Even though these are difficult times, they are also exciting times as we look for other ways to get out the Gospel.

Recently, we ran out of cooking gas for our home. We called the gas company, and they sent a young man by the name of Efrain to change our gas. When he finished, he said “Goodbye” to me and then said I was not going to see him again because he was going to take his life. I listened to him for about 20 minutes and then asked him if he would listen to me for a few minutes, and he accepted. I asked him if he was saved, and he said, “No.” I asked him if he would let me show him how he could go to Heaven when he died, and he said, “Yes.” After witnessing to him, he prayed the sinner’s prayer and asked Jesus to come into his heart. As he prayed trusting Christ, he cried so hard and uncontrollably. In all my years of witnessing to people, I have never had anyone cry so hard as he received Christ.


• Souls to be saved and baptized
● God’s protection
• Lighthouse Baptist Academy
● Reconstruction

May God continue to bless you as you serve Him faithfully. Thank you very much for your love, prayers, and faithful support, especially during these difficult times. God bless you.

In Christ,

Luis M. Martinez