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My Reflections On the Cuban Church by Jean Johnson

2 months ago

Cuba para Cristo

Methodist seminary teaching Hebrew. We're so pleased to have been part of their training.Hebreo I. Grupo dividido en dos para un mejor aprovechamiento. Gracias a Dios contamos con profesores preparados y seguimos en la formación de nuestros estudiantes en la lenguas bíblicas. ...

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2 months ago

Cuba para Cristo

Thank you for praying for the brothers involved in the car accident.

The brother most seriously affected - Yanosky - was given the all clear on Saturday, but still had headaches and disorientation, so stayed in hospital in Bayamo for observation. His wife was able to visit, with the plan to take him back home to Holguin on Sunday (just over an hour away). As it was, he continued to have headaches and show signs of disorientation, so he remained in hospital until Monday. He was told then that he should be very careful with his head for the next few months, including restricted work.

By then he was very keen to see his children, so was allowed to return home. They hired a car to take them carefully.

Unfortunately, by the time Yanosky reached Holguin his head aches were very strong again, so he was taken back in to hospital, where he will stay for further observations and tests. The scans have shown nothing yet, but the head injury is clearly affecting him still.

For prayer:
Give thanks the accident was not more serious
Give thanks for the concern and abilities of the Cuban hospitals - and pray the doctors are wise in all they do
Pray for Yanosky's healing in his head and every other way he may be affected

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2 months ago

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Thank you for praying.

News first thing this morning from Cuba is:
Yanosky has recovered consciousness. He has had a full check up and the doctors can’t find anything of concern. He was kept in hospital overnight for observation but slept well. He will be given medicines to help reduce any potential inflammation as well as monitored some more. When they are able to find a car to take him home (Bayamón to Holguin is about an hour or so).

Raudel is now at home in Havana and says he’s ok.

It turns out another MOCLAM tutor was in the car and suffered light head injuries.

Clearly these brothers have been spared more serious injury.

Please keep praying for Yanosky. He was forced out of the church he pastored earlier this year despite pleading for unity in the church. A little later, he was given 48 hours to leave the house provided for him. He is currently living with in-laws whilst trying to repair his house which was uninhabitable after a decade of ministry elsewhere in the country.

Also for all those involved and their families.

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