We are suffering from a tropical storm which is causing havoc. Houses are lost as the rivers rise and fifteen have died already. In Ateos the river took out a railway bridge. Thankfully, the level of water has gone down today although some homes are flooded. We are in our 13th week of lock-down. We have permission to leave our homes twice a week, but we must stay in the same area. Many have lost their jobs. It is particularly difficult for those who live day to day. I am very thankful to the Lord for those who help me with getting groceries and paying bills. I have asked them to take care of the Christians as well as the neighbours and children from the Bible classes in the different areas. We are excited with the idea to help our young people and older children by paying for their internet for the month as they are all studying online. It is a good way to share the love of Christ with them. Some have received help to plant their crops of corn. Many are suffering from fear and anxiety, so it is good to be able to share with them. Thank you for your prayers. We pray that the Lord will guide us to continue to make wise decisions.