Urgent Need - Armando and his family, Mexico City, MX

Dear brothers and sisters,

My name is Norma and together with my husband Armando we have been a part of the church in Mexico for 27 years. He arrived in 1994 at the age of 17 and has served fervently in the youth and worship ministry for most of his discipleship. I can share as a faithful witness of my husband’s walk with God that he has been an inspiration to many and a great example to our children Sebastián, 14 years old and Fernanda, 12 years old.

My husband is 44 years old and currently hospitalized (since July 8, 2021) for COVID and complications from pneumonia. At home, my children and I are also all positive for COVID.

In April 2020, I lost my job due to the pandemic and I am still unemployed. My husband has been the sole provider of the family for more than a year now and since he is unable to work, I am requesting your support to cover the expenses of medical costs, and daily expenses while we endure this trial with faith and hope. May God bless you abundantly!

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