Hi to you all,

December is here already! And yes, it has been a year to remember. So many things have happened this year, some really good, and some not so good.

The Lord is working in spite of limitations due to covid and other factors (political chaos, etc.) We were blessed with more baptisms here, youth from one of our churches that is really growing. This last Sunday this church had an inauguration of the new meeting place they worked so hard on. It is rustic but really nice. The believers there were really crowded in the brother's house where they were meeting. So we are really glad they could purchase and build. God is blessing and giving them growth. Some from there are seeing God raise up groups in different neighborhoods so these outreaches are producing fruit.

There were some sad notes this past month. A cousin of Jeff's wife, Angela, suicided. Cecilia had been depressed for a long time. Angela is not sure of her Spiritual condition. God is the Judge. We were able to go to the wake and Bob and Jeff preached, but it is still sad.

Christmas is coming soon. The young people from our church here are helping me prepare Christmas bags for the state boy's home and for the Christian children's home we help, to distribute this Saturday. They will have an opportunity to explain the Gospel especially in the state boy's home, and also will have a program for the children's home. Please help us pray for this. The boys in the state home are mostly street kids - abandoned or in irregular situations. We are thankful that our youth are very active in evangelism, visiting, teaching children in outlying areas and helping in many ways. We are thankful for Jeff and Angela and their work - "planting" a church in Uchumayo, an area where Angela has some fields of aloe vera.

The school year is ending. The virtual "farewell" program is Dec. 17. I will be giving a short message for all the grade school. Throughout the year I was able to give short devotionals once a month for the grade school children, by google meet. I am basically ignorant on the use of these programs but a dear teacher helped me get on, and she will this time too I hope.

Thank you for your faithful prayer for us, and thanks to all who share with the Lord's work here. Our support address is:

Christian Missions in Many Lands, Inc.
P.O. Box 13,
Spring Lake, NJ, 07762-0013 with a note: For Bob Rich, Perú.

May you have a very blessed Christmas, remembering the best of gifts, God's Son - come to be our Savior. Christmas blessings, Noél for us.

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