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Cuba, 2014, Part Three

November 27, 2014

Another day dawns in Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The team from Nampa, Idaho, is off to finish painting the building we started at the El Cafetal Church of the Nazarene earlier in the week. We started painting the building but due to rain we were unable to finish the outside. So we all climb on the bus and it’s off to the country side to finish the job.

Finishing the job

Finishing the job

?????????? ?????????? After we finish painting  the El Cafetal Church building, inside and out, we headed back to Pinar del Rio. On the way back to the hotel we stopped for a visit at the Five Kilometer Church of the Nazarene. This was another house church where the living area had been converted to a sanctuary and the pastor and his wife lived in the rest of the house.

The Five Kilometer Church of the Nazarene

The Five Kilometer Church of the Nazarene

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The Sanctuary

Living area converted for church services

Living area converted for church services

We were greeted by Pastor Hector and his wife Elizabeth. They gave us a tour of the church and their living area. After some prayers the pastor and his wife treated us to a song.

Treated to a song

Treated to a song

As we continue to see how God is working in Cuba it reminds me of a verse in Acts 16:5 (NIV)”So the churches were strengthened in the faith and grew daily in numbers.” The more we see here in Cuba the more we know the Church here is healthy and growing due to the dedication of the church leaders and pastors.

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  1. Robert Prescott permalink
    November 27, 2014 10:06 pm

    I have read all three posts on Cuba and think they are fine. Good information and pictures.

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