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Almost exactly sixty-one years after Fidel Castro and his revolutionary forces gained control over the island nation of Cuba, something new is underway.

Recently a team of Guatemalan Bible school students and teachers teamed up with local pastors to encourage small but growing churches that are changing their communities in the outskirts of Santiago de Cuba.

The team went ready to serve, teach, pray and loaded with supplies to provide resources to the local church and to give to families in need as they visited them in their homes.

In house after house, the team saw hearts open to Christ, others were healed, and more came asking for prayer.

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With your help, lots of work, and the Lord's grace, 2019 has been an amazing year.
Click on the video above to see for yourself a quick summary of what the Lord has done through ASELSI in 2019.
As 2019 comes to a close in just a matter of hours, this is your last chanceto make a tax-deductible donation to help ASELSI finish strong.

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A team of dedicated students and staff from Therapy Clinics International and University of Texas Medical Branch did an awesome job of serving Learning experiences included: special needs school, adult ortho and neuro patients, a training for staff on a new device for people with paralysis, fitting of the equipment built, and a presentation by CONADI (Advocates for rights of people with disabilities). They also provided training for local midwives and built tools that will help local children with disabilities stay mobile.

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Angelica Maria de Leon and her husband didn’t have much. Just a small house without electricity, but they had each other and their three children.

Then about 11 years ago, Angelica’s husband decided to go illegally to the United States to try and make a better life for his family. Talking about that time is still difficult for Angelica.

“I feel that when I talk about my life then, that it’s just too much. “

Her husband mortgaged their little house and land and began his journey to the United States.

“When my husband went to the United States he said he went to help us move forward –my children and me -- because where we were before we didn’t have electricity. We   didn’t have anything.”

It didn’t work out that way.

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Twelve percent of these hard "workers" have died so far this year and they worked at ASELSI.

With them we’ve tracked hundreds of patients to make sure they are getting the best care we can give. We use them to write Bible curriculum to be taught in five countries. They project words of praise and graphics to explain. They calculate budgets and supplies for building a home for widows and single moms. They send our messages across the globe, and with them we coordinate the many teams that serve here. They help us teach children with special needs. They help us track when to buy more milk to feed hungry babies and more. At the ASELSI offices we have 32 of them.

They work day in and day out, but they are getting older and they need your help.

While we do our best to vaccinate them against viruses and keep them healthy, the older they get the more difficult it is to keep these workers going. Last year four of them died. This year four more have already died, and we are only starting September!

Chulumal I, Chichicastenango, Quiché

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