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In A Hunger for God, pastor and author John Piper writes, "The greatest enemy of hunger for God is not poison but apple pie. It is not the banquet of the wicked that dulls our appetite for heaven, but endless nibbling at the table of the world...The greatest adversary of love to God is not his    enemies but his gifts.  And the most deadly appetites are not for the poison of evil, but for the simple pleasures of earth" [John Piper, A Hunger for God (Wheaton, Illinois: Crossway, 1997), 18] .  In the United States, we have millions of people who are so stuffed on apple pie that they have no appetite for God.  But, in Cuba, where the the people have been controlled by a communist government, and where they have lived without many of the comforts of the western world, TWR's Alberto Gonzalez says "this situation for many years has created...a hunger for God."  May God fill the Church in Cuba with more of Himself!

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(Photo of Alberto Gonzalez, TWR's Ministry Director for Cuba)