After two days of travel, we arrived in The middle of nowhere in Western Paraguay. It is an extremely isolated area, but it’s a region we have prayed for over the last 25+ years. We traveled overnight in this large double decker bus. The road got so bad, the last 100 miles took almost 4 hours!
This morning we rented a dirt bike (for Bryan) and since there was nothing else left that was “manly” I got the scooter! We used these to travel 60 miles further into the bush to share Jesus! The roads were incredibly sketchy, and in places the dust and sand was crazy deep, but we arrived covered in dust with our shoes full of sand but ready to share Jesus!
We then got to minister Kingdom principles to a local pastor and some leaders. We prayed with them and over them and their town. The house behind them is the pastors home. They have almost nothing, and have few ways to make a living.
We then went to an Ayoreo Indigenous village. There are only about 2,500 of this tribe remaining and some are uncontacted! The Paraguay Government knows they exist, but only the general area as the separated part of this tribe travels constantly in search of food and water. (I told you this was a remote area!)