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Join us to lift our eyes to Jesus, to lift up those who suffer and all who serve in the cause of mission.

“I pray because I can’t help myself. I pray because I’m helpless. I pray because the need flows out of me all the time, waking and sleeping. It doesn’t change God. It changes me.” – CS Lewis

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A weekly email to keep you and your church up to date with prayer news and needs

Prayerlines

Our quarterly prayer diary will help you pray intelligently for all those following Jesus to the edges.

Latest prayer news

  • Brick by brick

    A message from mission partner Alison Giblett, received Wednesday 19 May 2022: Thank you everyone, for your prayers for the work and restoration we’re starting here near the Kyiv region. The situation is not nearly as bad as it was probably a month ago straight after all of the damage and bombing in this area. […]

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  • Middle East: translation trickiness

    From a mission partner couple who must remain anonymous: “We are working in the Middle East (sorry, we can’t be more specific) doing Bible translation, and we ask for prayer: today a local man reviewing the translation of the Sermon on the Mount commented that it was not possible for your right hand to cause […]

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  • Philippines: project support

    Mission partner Tim Lee and his wife Kate ask for prayer for Jigsaw, the ministry they started over a decade ago, which is doing vital work among children and families living in extreme poverty: providing food, education, a place to play and sharing the love of Jesus. Pray particularly for the leadership team based in […]

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Prayer resources

  • Stay with us: stability and momentum through change

    Ian Adams explores the Emmaus story as a guide for living through constantly changing times

  • The spirituality of fundraising

    Spirituality. Fundraising. In the same sentence? Really? Why should we ask for money? Why do we give, as a response to the asking?

  • Creation Care: a biblical reflection

    At a key moment in the story of humanity’s engagement with the earth and her creatures, Ian Adams reflects on Genesis.

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