SCNAs Meet in Belize

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

November 4, 2022

SCNAs in Belize City finally met for the first in-person evening prayer at the SCN House, after two years of no face-to-face interactions.

Each person reflected on their journey throughout the two years and how God granted each one the grace to remain steadfast through compassion, love, kindness and patience. Everyone reflected on the challenges they overcame and how they continued to do God’s work by serving others to meet their basic needs during one of the most difficult times in this world.

SCNA Maggie Vargas said, “Through our experiences, we were all reminded of how vulnerable we are as human beings and that the only one that is in control is God!”

“We prayed for all those we lost due to the pandemic and other illnesses, for those fighting to stay alive, and for those that are no longer able to come out and pray.”

2 Comments

  1. Eugenie Coakley scna

    Congratulations on being able to meet face to face! I bet it was wonderful to pray together, be together.

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  2. Maggie Cooper

    Wow! Great to see you all! Glad you are back in the swing of things! I sure miss you all!
    We all went through it, struggling along. Thank God it’s better now although some people still have it!
    Love to all of you! 💚💜💙❤️🙏🙏!
    You are SO SPECIAL to me!

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