Dear Praying Friends,

Greetings from warm and sunny Cordoba, Argentina! It has been pretty hot this Summer. We had a day recently of 106 degrees! We are hoping we get some cooler weather soon. Trust you are all having a wonderful Winter. Thank you so much for being partners in our ministry!

It looks like Hannah and I will not have to get married again. Originally, a wedding here in Argentina would have solved some issues concerning our paperwork according to the Argentine Consulate in Atlanta. Soon after arriving to Argentina, I talked to a pastor who has helped many people in ministry with paperwork and legal issues and he assured us we just needed to verify my name with two witnesses. Praise the Lord, we were able to get that document! Also, we were able to translate and legalize (meaning it will be recognized by the government) the needed documents for Hannah’s paperwork. On January 29th, we had a meeting with the Immigration Office to get Hannah’s residency. We thank the Lord we have her temporary Argentina residency ID. This paper work will give her legal residency in the country.

I had the opportunity to lead my first souls to the Lord since arriving to Cordoba! It was a lady named Celeste and a 75 year old man named Edgardo. Please pray for him as he is struggling with health and for their spiritual growth.

We were out looking at some areas to possibly start a new church plant in the next few months. We’re praying about an area Northwest of the city called Arguello. The Lord lead us to a man from a sister church who is willing to rent his house. It does need some work but it’s a great possibility for the future. Please pray for this new project.

Hannah is feeling well overall, just feeling the weight of carrying twins. She is around 34 weeks, and we are hoping to meet Dom & Zoey in March. It’s an exciting time and it will also be a really busy time as we will be talking care of three little children under two years of age. We just ask your prayers that Hannah might go full term with a healthy pregnancy and a safe delivery.

Thank you so much for your prayers and support. May the Lord continue to bless you in a mighty way!

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