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Dear friends of the WMF,
This month we had the blessing of a ministry team visiting from the AFLC Bible School. They worked with the church youth to share Jesus with the children at the Bilingue elementary school. Justo was involved as well and did a lot of translation. Many children expressed a desire to know the Savior. Thank you for your part in the Lord’s work here in Ecuador. He is transforming lives!
In Him, Just, Tricia, and family
Greetings from Cuenca! We were keeping track of the annual conference from afar. We are always sorry to miss it.
It’s been a rather trying week for us, but the Lord is good and we are thankful for His loving care. We have been experiencing difficulty with our visa. We were denied our application this week because of a paper out of our control that is tied up in government bureaucracy. Since Hannah was just born we don’t have her American passport yet so it feels like she can’t leave the country and we can’t stay. Be praying for Tricia you can just imagine what it’s like for her. We have been evaluating our options and we may need to travel to Peru by car for a short visit in order to re-enter Ecuador to get an extension on our visa. Be in prayer for safety as we travel with a month-old baby.
On top of the visa issues both Nathanael and Hannah came down with pinkeye so we have been treating that this week.
I share this more so you can be in prayer more specifically for our ministry and family. We appreciate so much your prayers and support for us.
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The Pillman’s are so happy to introduce their new daughter to the AFLC and WMF. You can see more pictures of her and her new family here.