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AN OPEN LETTER FROM CUBA

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Brad, our Director, spent time with our partners in Cuba this month. What he saw and experienced moved him deeply and led him to pen down his thoughts. Brothers and sisters, let’s pray for Cuba. Let’s not stop, let’s not rest, let’s not give up. 

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Food, medicine, and even basic supplies are expensive. Most products are available only on the black market, but this is not affordable to the commoner. Your support and blessings are vital to providing FOOD and BASIC supplies to the most vulnerable in Cuba.

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