Pray with Patty Nacho

Hello and a blessed 2022 to everyone!

I am Patty Nacho, and I serve in Bolivia as the Global Discipleship Coordinator.

Thank you very much for your support throughout 2021.

Your prayers were felt in the ministry and in my personal life.

As we began this year, a lot of things are happening already, so please pray for the wellbeing of children as the government assesses the possibility of returning to face-to-face classes starting February 1st. Pray For good physical and emotional health and spiritual strength for the staff running projects. Finally, please pray for the leadership in churches to be able to wisely address the controversial issues related to this pandemic.

Thank you again for supporting God’s work in Bolivia and around the world.

May God overflow you with blessings.

Prayer Points:

  • In Bolivia, the fourth wave of the virus is hitting people hard, and many children are becoming infected. In any case, the government still supports the start of in-person classes on February 1st. There is still some uncertainty, and the government will assess the situation in the following days. We ask for protection and good health for the students and their families, and for wisdom as government officials make this decision. Pray for strength and guidance as the staff and teachers prepare to resume classes.
  • Children around the world have been left behind as many countries were forced to close schools due to COVID-19 and vaccine inequity. We pray for CBM’s Active in Mission campaign, which is raising funds for children all around the world to go to school and have a hopeful future.
  • Please pray for the staff of our projects. Pray for good physical health, and for emotional and spiritual strength to start this year amid the challenges that exist because of the pandemic.
  • Lastly, let us pray for the churches and their leadership teams in Bolivia as they navigate the difficult topics and decisions that come with living through a pandemic. We pray for wisdom, strength and patience for these Pastors and church leaders as they guide their congregants during this challenging season.

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