The following report is from Rev. Jimbo Hull who helps coordinate the College of Prayer in Uruguay.
In March we have seen Kingdom advancement across Uruguay. The week before everything shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders and members from six churches gathered in Tranqueras for the beginning of the third year of the College of Prayer in Uruguay. Our friends Jon Mitchell and Hiram Sostre came and facilitated the weekend Module and were greatly used by God. There was never so much anticipation going into the weekend. The week before the Module, we received many messages of people telling us of their excitement about what was coming. Their previous engagements had whet their appetite, and they didn't know exactly what was coming, but they knew Jesus' presence would be manifested. God met His people in deep and powerful ways during those two days. One impactful moment was a breakthrough lament. Nationwide, Uruguayans experience deep depression and discouragement, high suicide and divorce rates, shattered families, and deep emotional wounds, often with no place to honestly grieve. Timbrel and I recognized the lament immediately and discerned it as the group began to release their tears. It was gurgling out of people's souls as they wept for their country. It was beautiful, and as people processed, they were able to give their laments to God. There were high moments of worship, anointed teaching, deep repentance, and the people left empowered to reach a lost world through what is becoming a revived church.