December 2020 will be very different from years before and most likely, years after. Even though this Holiday Season will be different, one thing remains, our reason for celebrating. Jesus. “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.” Hebrews 13:8
So, we encourage you to look to Him during this season. To lean on Him. May He be the focus of your celebration and joy.
- With your help we were able to give Christmas Baskets that were the biggest we’ve ever given, plus a chicken, which we’ve never done before! The families were surprised, especially by their chicken, and they were so grateful! Though we didn’t get to spend as much time with them it was nice to greet them and wish them a Merry Christmas!
- God has been opening doors as we prepare to start two new Happy Tummies in 2021.
- We praise God for allowing us to help the community of Chuimuc, Coban after hurricane Eta hit.
- To God be the glory as we have already started setting up internet in some of the most remote churches so they may join the Bible Institute as full-time students!
"See, a virgin will become pregnant and give birth to a son,
and they will name him Immanuel,"
which means, "God with us."
- Please join us in prayer as we prepare to continue construction in Xejuyu. God has provided more than we ever imagined possible during a pandemic. Pray that He will continue to provide and that He will give us wisdom as we continue with such an immense project.
- Pray, that we will meet our needed financial goal to start two new Happy Tummies in 2021. So many families will benefit, many will be fed, many will hear the Gospel, and many will be discipled through this ministry. We are in need of 80 new sponsors and are asking that you prayerfully consider financially partnering with Impacto with $35 monthly as we minister through these two new Happy Tummies.
- We continue to pray for the situation that is COVID-19. We pray for all who have been affected, for all who have lost loved ones and for those who are far from family and friends.
When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.