Be in prayer for our brothers and sisters in Honduras. On November 3, 2020 they were hit by Hurricane Eta, a category 4 hurricane, which left at least 40,000 people homeless, more than 40 dead and many more missing, and over 1,700,000 affected. This week Honduras was hit again, this time by Hurricane Iota, a category 5 hurricane, on November 16. The extent of additional loss of life and damage has not been calculated yet. Honduras is one of the poorest nations in the western hemisphere, second only to Haiti. Governmental corruption makes it difficult for the people of Honduras to receive services that they so desperately need. Many parts of the country have been on lock-down since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the official number of COVID-19 cases documented at 101,000 and deaths at 2,780, but it is assumed by the citizens that the numbers are much higher as medical care is almost non-existent. The Presbytery of Arkansas has assisted our brothers and sisters of the Presbytery of Honduras in their distribution of food, and together with Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and our sister presbyteries in the U.S.A. we will continue to do so. But they need our prayers as well.