...the harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few
Many things have dramatically changed in our lives in just a few days. As you may know, Spain is the third country in Europe with people infected with coronavirus, and Madrid is the worst province in Spain by far. There is one hospital close to Alcorcon which has collapsed due to so many sick people, and other hospitals in Madrid are about to be in the same situation.

Thankfully, up to now no one in our church has the virus (that we know of). Now, the authorities in our country are telling us that we are still to face the worst days in Spain with a larger increase of infected people in the country. The whole population in Spain are confined to their homes, and we are only allowed to go outside of our houses for exceptional reasons (to buy food, to go to the pharmacy, to the hospital, or to go to work to one of these places). Only those who cannot work from home are allowed to be outside. Thank the Lord, Kelley can work from home for now.

Every evangelical church in Spain has had to cancel their meetings. Of course, we are no exception. We had just commenced our services in the new church building (just two meetings) before having to cancel them. There are still many things to finish in the building, and this crisis is making it much more difficult to cover all the expenses we have in order to finish paying for the renovation of the building, but we are resting on the Lord and trusting in His promise that He will never leave us nor forsake us. As the meetings have been cancelled, we continue to broadcast our services live as always, so the congregation can follow them via internet.

These are difficult days for everybody, but we have an access to the throne of grace to plea the Lord to have mercy on us. We would like to thank you for all your prayers and support, and we would encourage you to continue to pray for us, that the Lord will help us during this time of trial, and that He will use us to give testimony of the Gospel at such a time as this.
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