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Amor co-founder Gayla Congdon smiles for the camera

“God can pour on the blessings in astonishing ways so that you’re ready for anything and everything, more than just ready to do what needs to be done.” 2 Corinthians 9:8

After 36 years, we have seen our share of El Niños. The one that I will remember the most was in 1993 when we were asked by the city of Tijuana to build with families that had been displaced and were being given land in what we now know as Valle Verde. Pastor Fausto planted a church that has served that community well for over 20 years.  

California is in desperate need of rain. This drought is considered to be the worst in history, so the rain of El Niño is a welcome relief to this parched land.  

But what is a blessing on one side of the border can be a burden to those on the other side of the border. Fragile homes swept away and a family loses everything they have, which is already very little.

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