This Past February
I went to Camaguey, a city located on the far east side of the island. I visited one Cuban pastor I work with. We fellowshipped and went out to pass out Gospel tracts and discipleship booklets on the streets and at homes. We witnessed to a few people; though no one got saved, they agreed to another visit later on. The Cuban pastor will do the follow-up on these prospects. I also waited for another pastor from Holguin to come see me while I was in Camaguey. He took a very early bus from Holguin and arrived at 8:30 a.m. I was just having breakfast, so I shared it with him. We fellowshipped and prayed. Before he left, I gave him his half of the love offering that a church in Mexico had raised for him, and the other half I gave to the pastor there in Camaguey.
These two men had been faithful since I met them many, many years ago. It is my privilege to work with them and help them with whatever I can in the service of the King! Amen. “. . . It is more blessed to give than to receive.” (Acts 20:35)
And suddenly, the Coronavirus spreads all over the world, and Cuba has some cases too. The big problem is the scarcity of food all over the country; even with money in hand, there is little to buy. But we trust in God! “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:19)
It is been a while since I gave an update on the family . . . and what better time than now.
My Wife: As you may remember, she has diabetes, but it is under control. I am worried, though, that lately she has lost weight.
Elizabeth: She is now 16 years old. She is in good health and doing very well in school.
Moses: He is still in Bible college there in Crown Point, Indiana. After this semester, he still has one final semester till graduation. He is in good health; and, thank God, he still has a job.
Me: Last, but not least, myself. I am in good health. Thank God! I do some exercises and eat healthy . . . I think?! And I stay faithful to the Bible, prayer, soul winning, and the family. Amen.
I need your help! I want to stop mailing hard copies of my prayer letter. If you are getting a hard copy of my prayer letter, please send me an email address to send it to.
We love you and are praying for you even more!
The Leyva Family
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