Relief Efforts Sustain Our Brothers in Colombia

Since late April 2021, civil unrest has afflicted Colombia. None of Jehovah’s Witnesses have been killed or injured. However, in some areas the supply chains for food and fuel have been affected. Our brothers are coping with the subsequent shortages as well as the ongoing challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

In response to the crisis, the Colombia Branch Committee has appointed five Disaster Relief Committees (DRCs). They are providing practical assistance while complying with COVID-19 safety protocols. Local brothers and sisters are aiding one another, particularly in acquiring food. The congregation elders and traveling overseers are also providing spiritual help to publishers.

Brother Almond Winklaar, who assists one of the DRCs, states: “We are experiencing a very difficult situation. I thank Jehovah for acting so quickly to care for his servants during this time of distress.” read more >>> https://www.jw.org

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