The economy plays a direct adversary to a Christian school in the Dominican Republic.

By March 31, 2004

Dominican Republic (MNN)–The Dominican Republic’s worst economic crisis in decades has ignited street clashes between protesters and security forces.

The country’s economy nosedived after the 9-11 terrorist attacks that dried up American tourism, and during the following U.S. economic slump.

The problems are reaching one ministry and they’re feeling the pinch. The Association of Christian Schools International says the parents of their students are having trouble making ends meet.

With the economy and the currency wildly out of control, and unemployment lurking, the administration of the Logos Christian School in Santo Domingo can’t plan a realistic budget.

Pray for wisdom for the leadership of this school as they make plans for the future despite these circumstances.

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