Hi dear ones! Greetings from Perú!

Yes, we have "marched" back, and are still marching. So much to do and to catch up with. We had a wonderful time seeing many of you and we surely thank you for your marvelous hospitality and generosity. Thanks again.

Bob is now down at the youth congress, just for today. They all should be back tonight. It is surprisingly raining here still. Usually March is getting dryer, but this year they say we will have rain all month. In the Majes valley the heavy rains did a lot of damage, even destroying houses. The brother there who was giving problems to the other believers had his house washed down. The believers got together and are helping him, we hope God will work in his heart to see the truth and how he has distorted it. So please pray for Pedro and the believers there in the Majes valley. 3 or 4 of them are now at the youth congress and should stay for tomorrow's meeting, we are glad they are growing in Christ.

The next elders meeting with the leaders of several of the mountain churches is March 16. Please continue to pray for our leaders, that they may be strong in the faith and doctrine, and able to teach others and win more to the Lord. Thanks.

Then please pray for the school! Starts Monday and I am not totally ready. Also the rains may make the first days kind of difficult. Usually the rains come in the afternoon, but sometimes it is foggy and wet in the mornings too. Please pray for our teachers. We do have some precious believers and some new ones who are very open and respectful. We thank the Lord for each of them, pray for each of them, and for a good year of being able to freely teach God's Word and His values, keeping a Christlike, godly world view here. Thanks so much for praying for this opportunity, and for each of the students too. We desire this generation for the Lord. One good thing is that enough of the Christians in Lima and countrywide protested the mandatory teaching of homosexuality as an "acceptable life style" that this is being removed from the curriculum this year. So we have that victory to thank the Lord for and we continue to trust Christ for freedom to carry on for Him in all areas.

Some of our dear brothers are ill. We found out today that our national worker, Teodoro, has a strange anemia. We pray for health for him. Another precious handicapped wheel chair brother had another stroke while we were gone and is hospitalized. He had to have a tracheotomy to be able to breathe and he is kinda sad he can't talk. He seems to be improving though, being able to move his limbs somewhat. Please pray for Hugo too.

We were saddened to see many family and friends in the U.S. also with serious health issues, some had departed for Glory. Glad they are believers and now with Christ but they leave grieving loved ones down here. Anyway, God's promise of eternal life with His own keeps us going and rejoicing and we again thank each of you for your faithful prayer and sharing.

The address for our support is: Christian Missions in Many Lands, Inc.
P.O. Box 13,
Spring Lake, NJ, 07762-0013 (with a note: for Bob Rich, Peru)

Thanks and many blessings for each of you, Noel for us

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