Robert Wilson Prayer Letter:  Manifold BlessingsWe thank the Lord for His manifold blessings over the last couple of months. Since our last letter, 35 people have made a public profession of faith in Christ, and our churches have been thriving in spite of the stipulations that the government has set. Glory to God!

We have continued with the remodeling we mentioned in the last letter. We are now shifting our emphasis to our first church—Mount Calvary Baptist Church. We were able to install the floor and wall tile that we had purchased eight years prior. Our people have been faithfully giving and laboring during these months to renovate God’s house.

The new students we sent to Bible college (mentioned in the last letter) have been abounding. They are winning many souls and growing much in grace. Diego has been doing architectural designing to pay his college bill. Carolina, the young lady we sent, has been struggling financially. She has been working odd jobs and serving faithfully in church ministries. Please pray for these young people who are precious fruits of our ministry.

I want to give an update on the Coronavirus situation. As I mentioned, the churches are open; however, new cases have been rising in our city. The governor is threatening to “push the panic button” if we don’t get the number of new cases down. This would include closing the churches again. We are completing our conformance with the requirements our government has set and are praying they will not close the churches again.

We would like to prepare Christmas boxes for faithful, struggling members in our churches. If you would like to help with this matter, it would be greatly appreciated. Please let us know.

Please continue to pray for our safety. Also, pray for our churches to remain open. We request prayer for the growth of our new converts. We are praying for you.

In His service,

Robert Wilson