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Prayer news

  • Pray for Ukraine

    Pause and pray for all God’s children under attack in Ukraine. We are thankful that our people in mission and their colleagues have reached relative safety, though moving between temporary refuges.

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Praying together

We have the joy of being a praying community online and offline. Here is today’s prayer from Prayerlines, our daily, printed prayer guide.

Today’s prayer

“Praise the Lord,” writes local partner Shirish Suresh Suryawanshi, who is involved with Theological Education by Extension, teaching students and using his skills as a pastor and teacher to proclaim Jesus in various private and public sectors of India. “God in his marvellous grace has comforted and given us his peace after the death of four of our beloved tutors. The active participation of students and lay leaders to volunteer for tutoring is overwhelming and we have now got six more new tutors who have volunteered to help and support the ministry.” Give God thanks and glory for his goodness in the face of overwhelming difficulty. Many tutors and students do not have good mobiles and internet connections. Pray for Shirish and the team as they address technological issues and explore alternate ways of education and studying online.

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  • Romania: serving refugees

    Local partner Sergiu Brădean pastors a church which is serving Ukrainian refugees in their community, doing their best to provide for refugees’ immediate physical needs and running language courses. Pray for the millions of Ukrainian refugees who are starting new lives while struggling with mental health problems as a result of the war.

  • South Asia: healing from pain

    Mission partners in South Asia ask for prayer for their eldest son, who has been experiencing severe hip pain this week. Please pray that this wouldn’t be a recurrence of a problem he had earlier this year, and for him to recover fully soon.

  • South East Asia: relocating

    Pray for mission partners previously based in South East Asia, who are spending time with family and connecting with a supporting church before relocating to Thailand in August. Pray that all preparations for the relocation go well.

  • South East Asia: relocating

    Pray for mission partners previously based in South East Asia, who are spending time with family and connecting with a supporting church before relocating to Thailand in August. Pray that all preparations for the relocation go well.

  • South Sudan: provision of food

    Western Equatoria, the state where Maridi is situated, ranked first among South Sudan states for food production last year. Praise God that the state was able to provide enough food for its population and even had some to spare.

  • Sudan: outbreaks of violence

    The people of Sudan have recently seen outbreaks of violence in various places, including a disturbance in West Darfur where 200 people were killed. Pray for barriers to peace to come down and for different parties can reach solutions acceptable to everyone. Pray for a credible democratic government in Sudan to be established, and for […]

  • Afghanistan violence

    After a period of relative peace since the Taliban seized power in August last year, there has recently been a number of attacks and cross-border fighting, killing hundreds and leaving many wounded. Pray for peace.

  • Bolivia: first Bolivian Anglican bishop

    Local partner Walter Toro will be consecrated as the first Bolivian Anglican bishop this Sunday, 1 May as the Diocese of Bolivia comes under national leadership for the first time. Pray for Walter and his family as he takes this step while continuing as pastor to his congregation in Tarija and pray for growth and […]

  • Chile: provincial synod

    Also this weekend, please pray for the Province of Chile which is holding its provincial synod. Pray for wise decisions to be made and for God’s leading for all of the delegates including mission partner Bishop Alf Cooper.

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