The Mortensons’ April Prayer Letter

April 2020

Dear Family and Friends,

Thank you all for faithfully praying for our family. As the whole world responds to the coronavirus, many aspects of daily life and ministry here have been changed and/or paused. Through it all, we are well and we look forward to what the Lord will do through this pandemic. God is at work even when we don’t clearly see how. We are going on our 3rd week of government mandated quarantine. Here in Honduras that means a national restriction of movement in an attempt to isolate the virus to the specific areas, and thus limiting the spread. In our city we only have 1 or 2 cases but to comply with the mandates we have moved all church services to Facebook live. Yet through this God is being glorified and souls are being reached. A family member of one of our church members recently contacted the church Facebook account to let us know that he had trusted Christ after one of the online services. It truly is amazing to think of the number of people who may not have visited a church service but are being exposed to “virtual church” because of this virus. God is at work!

As we desire to continue to serve the Lord, we must be creative in our methods. We look forward to the day that we can return to a much more normal schedule of life, but are excited to see how the Lord uses this virus to draw people to Himself.
In this unique time there are many here that are struggling to have the finances and availability of even daily food. Please pray that God would meet needs specifically within our church family, but also that we would be able to extend help to others as well.

Thank you again for your faithful partnership with us in prayer and financial support. We are praying for you all as well, as you all deal with many of the same challenges in these turbulent times.

Prayer Requests:

  • For God to give us understanding of the Spanish language and that He would help us to be clear as we minister in Spanish.
  • For the Lord’s provision for many of our church family who are being affected economically by the virus.
  • For the Lord to continue to guide us in creative ways to present the gospel.

From Honduras,
Nate and Cori, with Mykenzie, Grant, Blake and Savanna.

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