A Few Prayer Requests From Peru
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Blessings from Lima, Peru!
Danielle, Abigail, and I are in Lima for a few weeks getting all of Abby's paperwork in order so we can travel.

One of the blessings of being a missionary in a foreign country is meeting people from all over the world that truly are a family in Christ. We ask that you would continue to pray for us as we travel and get Abby's paperwork finished, and that you would also join us in prayer for these different ministries and people we love.

This the director of El Refugio, Doris, and one of her 12 children, Julio.
Here are 3 of Doris' younger children when they visited us in Cajamarca.
El Refugio shelters this child and her mother in their Pachacutec home.

The passport process takes about 3 weeks to accomplish in Lima, and our dear friend Doris has opened her home and ministry, El Refugio, to us while we are here. We are living at her house that includes the 12 children that she has taken in which she cares for as her own (Many she has adopted permanently, and prayerfully she will be able to adopt them all.) 
El Refugio is an amazing ministry that works in several parts of Lima. Doris has been here for over 20 years, and has taken in all 12 of her children as babies. The oldest is now 15. There is always laughter and love in the house with people working, serving, teaching, and taking care of the kids. I could go on and on about this ministry, but needless to say we love it. To say running this ministry is a great challenge would be an understatement, and it needs consistent prayer.
We are so thankful to be here for 3 weeks getting to know the kids and the ministry better, and we ask that you would join us in praying for Doris, the children, and all of the Refugio ministry.
If you would like a copy of their latest prayer update please email me at I will happily send you one.

When we left the Bible College earlier this week, we had been without water from our well for over a week already. The plan was to have a new and improved pump installed the day we left, hopeful that would our problem would be solved. Since then, we have heard things did not turn out very well, and despite several methods and cleanings our well continues to fill up with sand, and pump muddy water that burns up our pumps. The well company said we have the worst well in Cajamarca region... woo hoo!
All of this makes life very difficult at the Bible College and can create a lot of stress. We know that God has a plan, and in our weakness He has the opportunity to show Himself strong. 
We ask that you would pray for the Bible College, for wisdom and strength for the leadership, a permanent solution to our water problem, and for the new on-site director Matt Carver and his family. Many of the full-time missionaries are away from the Bible College during the break, and they are taking on this problem and many others responsibilities with the help of a couple of other staff families. Thank you!!
Finally, while we are here in Lima we will be staying busy doing Abigails paperwork and getting her vaccines,  but we also are looking forward to seeing many dear friends and getting the oppurtunity to minister in different ways. This weekend I have been invited to teach Sunday morning at Calvary Chapel San Juan in Lima, Peru. This church is located in one of the more difficult areas of Lima, and we are looking forward to meeting the church, ministering to the people, and allowing God's Word to speak.
Please pray for us that I would be able to communicate God's Word clearly as I teach in Spanish, that the Holy Spirit would move powerfully through His Word, and that people would be encouraged, edified, and blessed by the teaching.

Thank you all so much for praying for us as well as joining us in prayer for these wonderful people and ministries. May God bless you and cause His face to shine upon you!

With Love,
Cory, Danielle, and Abigail
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