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Galeed House, Sheffield UK The Boys Club restarted after closing for more than a year due to problem behaviour. A mixture of encouragements and recurring issues are an ongoing challenge to the volunteer team that runs the club. Ask the Lord to soften the hearts of these teenage Romani lads so that they come to know Christ. Pray for the club leaders to provide a programme that engages the boys well and meets their needs.
Galeed House, Sheffield UK Trustees and Staff are prayerfully exploring a second outreach centre in a different area of Sheffield. Many Muslim groups and Romani Slovaks live in this area. Ask the Holy Spirit to lead us in partnership with others so that we discern whether this is from the Lord. A key meeting of stakeholders is planned for January 16th.
Life for church pastors in Malawi is very challenging. The aftermath of Cyclone Freddy and the war in Ukraine has made everything so costly. Then in November the Central Bank devalued Malawi’s currency by 44%. Imagine if you had £100 in the bank today and tomorrow it is only worth £66. This squeeze affects pastors and their families badly, because their church members also feel the pinch and are less able to support their pastors. Give thanks for their faithfulness and pray that the Lord would sustain them and help them to persevere in ministry.
Socotrans people in Middle East: The indigenous people of Soqotra Island have had almost no Christian witness for generations and practise very conservative Islam. On this archipelego of four islands with unique flora and fauna between the UAE and Yemen temperatures sometimes reach 40°C. There is no Word of God in the Soqotri language. Pray for light to shine in a dark place, that the next generation may hear the Good News.
Bedawi Beja in Sudan: The Beja are a Muslim group of over 2.7 million Cushitic people who live scattered across the desert regions of Sudan, Egypt, and Eritrea, and speak Bedawiyet rather than Arabic or Tigre. They are mostly nomadic shepherds, though some grow cotton and grain and many are fearful of jinni spirits. Pray for God to increase evangelistic materials in the Bedawiya language, and may prayer teams see breakthroughs in establishing fellowships of believers.
Wollo Amhara in Ethiopia: Wallo is a province in north-eastern Ethiopia with a desire for independence. There are around 6.3 million Wollo people who are mostly traditional subsistence farmers. Most Amhara people are Christians but Wollo people practise Islam and traditional religion. Pray for improved farming methods, and for Amharic-speaking Christians to reach out to the Wollo people.
Domari in Egypt: Domari is the Arabic dialect of the Romani language. There are Domari Romani villages and communities in Egypt. Some Domari live in cities while others are nomadic. The quality of health care, nutrition, housing and education is poor, especially for those in refugee camps. Pray that Domari families and community leaders will seek the Lord's face and enjoy his blessings.
Tigre People in Eritrea: Although the 1.8 million Tigrinya people in Eritrea are mostly Orthodox or Coptic Christian, there are 743,000 Eritrean Tigres who practise a form of Folk Islam. Their beliefs include animal sacrifices and rain-making rituals. Sacrifices are offered whenever they think their sins are numerous. The Jesus Film is available in their unwritten language, but prayer is key to reaching this people group with the Gospel.
There is an increasing pressure for churches and Christians to demonstrate total allegiance to the Chinese Communist Party and President Xi Jinping, above any commitment to Jesus Christ and the Bible. Pray for church leaders and individual believers that they will hold firm to the truth of God's Word and in obeying the Lord Jesus Christ. Pray also that they will experience God's protection as they do so.
The World Bank has described Lebanon’s economic crisis as one of the worst in modern history. Pray that Lebanon would have a stable government and recover economically. Praise God that BMS World Mission's partner has given faithful and joyful testimony of God’s love and faithfulness through years of challenge. Pray that they will be encouraged themselves as they encourage others.
Praise God for the PiFò Haiti garden which is providing a sustainable impact. Community vendors in the mountains continue to thrive, generating income and supporting the community's essential needs. Praise God for the 28 students blessed by PiFò Haiti donors, receiving partial tuition bursaries, offering hope through education. Let's pray for all the families in need as education costs soar, making it less affordable for many.
Pray for God's provision so that Potter’s House can continue to serve nutritious lunches to the children there, especially in the face of increasing costs from their providers. Pray for members of the Potter's House micro-enterprise community. Pray for Lesbia, who has been hospitalised for two months after a diabetic coma, and for Blanca in Chiquimula, who recently suffered a stroke. May God bring healing, strength and comfort to their lives.
Pray for Naphtalie and Abigaëlle, in their final year of teachers’ college, now doing practical teaching at JFFU school in Haiti. They came to PiFò Haiti in need of tuition help and have made incredible progress. Also, praise God that schools have reopened and teachers eagerly welcome back former and new students.
Pray for Esmeralda, a single mother in the Potter's House community, recently diagnosed with womb cancer, who is facing financial struggles as well as caring for four children. May God provide healing, comfort and the necessary resources for her family. Pray for the Potter's House community, especially for the many families struggling with religiosity, that they may find profound, authentic connections with God. Additionally, pray for families to experience healthy relationships and dynamics within their homes.
Pray for wisdom and the right words for the workers of ChrisFon, to effectively share the message of hope with those in Afghanistan seeking the Gospel. Pray for ChrisFon's efforts to provide mosquito nets and repellents for rural families in flood-affected areas of Pakistan, keeping them safe from diseases like dengue fever and malaria.
A fresh wave of persecution in Pakistan and India is aimed at the church. Afghan refugees in Pakistan are being ejected back into Afghanistan and will be persecuted again. EEF is changing its emphasis to provide literature in all the Central Asia languages to undergird the education and training of the emerging churches in CA including Afghanistan. The Pakistan government is ejecting illegal refugees and there are many believers amongst them. They are being fined $1,200 to be able to leave the country to a safe place, Donations are quickly needed.
‘Pray for a country in Central Asia where Al Massira has a precious couple serving the LORD in a community where the Church is extremely small. Pray for “Aquila and Priscilla” as they seek to display the love of Jesus in word and action. Pray for them as they seek to lead Al Massira groups with local seekers. Pray for the indigenous locals and for the many Azerbaijanis they are also called by God to lovingly reach. Pray the LORD will lead this dear couple to other Believers in the community, to pray with, walk with and fellowship together.
Pray for the JKPS students of the Diploma in Ministry in India, as they prepare for field ministry in this month as part of their study curriculum, may God equip them for impactful service. Praise God for safeguarding JKPS staff, beneficiaries and volunteers in India from health issues during this changing season. Pray for the success, safety and impact of upcoming field visits, meetings, training sessions, medical camps and staff recruitment for the social enterprise project.
Please pray for the new church plant in Novi Marof as we evangelise and seek to find and reach the lost. Pray for a good start. Pray also for the preaching, children's work and worship at a nearby church plant on Sunday evenings in Zagreb. We also seek to encourage the young pastor and his wife.
We thank God for several people who have contacted the church in recent months wanting to know more about Jesus. People show up out of "nowhere”. Pray that they will grow to be faithful disciples of Jesus and become powerful witnesses for the Gospel! As new people show up, others are being attacked in their walk with Jesus. Pray that we will stand firm and be able to support one another.
Please pray for ongoing and urgent renovation work at the Nogent Bible Institute near Paris (www.ibnogent.org). The work is crucial for the Institute to continue its mission of training the next generation of francophone pastors and other church workers, so prayers for staff and students would also be very welcome!
Pray for the women that attended the ANA Conference in October in Struga. It is a significant women's evangelism event organised by the Evangelical Church in North Macedonia. This event has historically led many to Christ and we pray for its continued impact as hundreds gather. Pray for little Joseph in Propishtip, North Macedonia. He's scheduled for a nose operation next April due to an internal curvature, making it hard to breathe through his left nostril. Pray for God's healing touch and a swift recovery.
Please pray for the Evangelical Church in North Macedonia as they plan a new Alpha course in Aerodrom, and a new Bible course for unbelievers in Kavadarci. May God bring new people to attend and discover faith in Christ through this outreach. Pray for the church in Radovish, North Macedonia, as they seek the remaining funds to purchase their church building. They have a vision to reach out to the increasing number of people struggling with gambling and drug addiction.
Pray for a dear Brother, one of AM’s trainers in Africa who has been sentenced in absentia to time in prison and fined for holding an unauthorised religious assembly (worship), having been closed off by the governor of the area in 2019. More hostility and false accusations and charges are being brought against God’s people in this land and more and more Church fellowships are having to close. May the LORD empower, enable, and strengthen His people in this nation, part of Jesus’ inheritance. May our dear Brother know the peace and presence of our precious Saviour with him.
Pray that a drama presentation of Genesis 1 to 3 to the Saba people of Chad, planned for the beginning of November, will have a tremendous impact. Pray for the Saba people to whom the actors will be presenting. There are no declared believers in this people group of around 16,000.
Pray for the work of Global Care in supporting vulnerable women and mothers in Ethiopia. Please pray that the mothers will be equipped to better provide for and protect their children. We pray for all the women in the self-help groups set up by Global Care in Ethiopia and the team helping them. Pray for a willingness to learn, for success in their businesses, support at home and for good peer relationships.
Zambesi Mission’s partner the Zambezi Evangelical Church (ZEC) has churches in Chichewa speaking parts of northern Mozambique. These churches were planted by ZEC churches in neighbouring Malawi. They are in very remote and undeveloped areas. Yet they are full of Christians who have a vibrant faith and are eager to hear God’s word. There have been occasions recently when Bible College trained pastors have felt unable to stay in these remote churches. Please pray that the believers would be able to share what resources they have with their pastors and that properly trained pastors would have the tenacity to persevere.
Pray for the work of Global Care and their partners the Houtberg childcare centre in Zimbabwe. Pray for all of the children at the Houtberg centre, who have all experienced abandonment or complex trauma. Pray for the five oldest boys who are preparing to move towards independence and leave the centre. Please pray that the crops will be successful this year, especially the pineapple crop which is an important cash crop.
Praise God for the impactful community projects and quality care HEAL Africa consistently provides to the needy population of North-Kivu province and the remote regions of the DRC during their outreach missions. As HEAL Africa Hospital launches an emergency training programme for doctors and nurses in DRC, we pray for success and for graduates to become valuable assets in their communities.
Pray for Nigeria, specifically the north of the country, as attacks against Christians are on the increase. Praise the LORD for the recent Al Massira training that included a precious BMB who was once a part of Boko Haram, until the mercy of God was revealed to him and now, he stands courageously and passionately for Jesus and His Gospel! As the Church is edified, may the LORD multiply His disciples, that they too would become fishers of men, women, boys, and girls. Pray AM Hausa trainings to be used widely and draw many to the one, true and living God.
Over the next three months, four New Testaments and one Old Testament are going to be prepared for printing in Kenya. Pray for accuracy and inspiration as the Tugen, the Weera* and the Tachoni New Testaments are prepared for printing. Pray for God’s protection as the final preparation for printing goes ahead for the Upper Pokomo New Testament. Ask God to prepare the Marakwet people to meet with him, as their Old Testament begins its printing journey.
Pray for the Work of Global Care in Uganda. Pray for children and young people struggling with disabilities and continued efforts to develop peer led disability support groups. Pray also for progress with plans to develop girls’ clubs in rural Rukungiri, helping them to success and flourish with their education, and give vulnerable girls hope and a brighter future.
Pray that the provision of educational materials by First Hope Association in Turkey is a testimony of God’s love and care for the earthquake-affected communities. Pray for First Hope Association's unceasing efforts in Turkey's earthquake-stricken areas. They are diligently moving families into container villages to improve living conditions. Pray for God's strength and abundant provision as they carry out this crucial task.
Pray for discernment, wisdom and guidance from the Holy Spirit as church elders in Albania select pastors, leaders, and ministry teams. Praise God for the provision of unexpected funds, filling the summer camp sponsorship shortfall at Medical Ambassadors Foundation in Albania. Pray for the Lord's provision of a building in Klocë, Albania, for the local church in that village. May God open doors and make a way for their gathering place.
Praise God for providing the financial resources to repair the girls' bathroom at Word of Hope Orphanage in Myanmar. The girls are now blessed with a safe & hygienic environment. Praise God for the good health of every child at Word of Hope Orphanage in Myanmar. Pray for the children's continued good health and regular attendance at school.
Christianity Today wrote an article on Mongolian evangelicalism, quoting Mongolians who said: “The number of Christians has plateaued and even decreased”. It shared their concerns about syncretism which “is deeply engrained in Mongolian culture […] Some see Jesus as one more god to add to the list—as long as he is useful. And if God doesn’t answer a prayer, maybe a Buddhist lama or a shaman will provide better help.” PRAY
Please pray that the Lord will send a new Media/ Radio Trainer to assist with the many opportunities for Christian media ministry in the Asia Pacific region. We continue to develop and expand online training but there is a need for more face-to-face contact with groups in countries such as Indonesia and Thailand. Pray the Lord will call the right people to this work.
Pray for the continued growth of the WhatsApp ministry across India. An audio devotional called FRESH is distributed in 5 languages - Tamil, Kanada, Hindi, Marati and English - and is being forwarded by many people to their friends and networks. Pray for many to follow Jesus as they listen.
Give thanks for BMS World Mission workers Louise and Peter Lynch, and for the support they give to BMS partner the Christian College of Theology in Bangladesh. Pray that the graduates will use their learning to enhance the Church’s witness. Pray too for BMS-supported workers Bina and James as they reach out to communities with the gospel message and help run education projects in Sreemangal.
We at BMS World Mission are excited to be seeing the first fruits of the expansion of our partnership with the Baptist Evangelical Convention of Peru (CEBP) beyond church leadership training, community social projects and environmental action. Pray for success as BMS-supported worker Pastor Carlos, and Pastors Manuel and Pepe, implement CEBP’s bold plan to start 150 new churches in Peru and overseas. Pray too for the strengthening and expanding of current mission work.
Pope Francis visited Mongolia 1-4 September. Apparently two leading Buddhist requested on social media the Pope be welcomed warmly, as “it is the same faith”. Much of evangelicalism uses Buddhist terms for God (Burhan - Mongolians use this to refer to Buddha), heaven (divaarjin – meaning nirvana) and much else. Buddhist confusion is understandable. Evangelicals participated in the Pope’s interfaith meeting. Other evangelicals refuse to use Buddhist terminology, seeing it as ‘blasphemous” and have their own Bible. PRAY
Bibles are very much needed in China. Despite the printing of Bibles in the country, these only reach the registered churches. The majority unregistered churches and individuals have nowhere to go to buy Bibles. Pray for each person wanting a Bible to get one. Pray for the organisations who send Bibles in, who provide Bibles in digital formats to be used on phones and computers, that their work would continue. Pray that each seeker and new believer can access the Word of God to enable them to grow in their faith.
Please pray for Agape UK campus ministry Fireseeds student conference 17-19 November. Please pray that many students will come to the event, that Christian students will be strengthened in their faith and emboldened in their witness, and that non-Christian students will come to faith as a result of the gospel talks and conversations they have at the conference.
Pray that God will call a National Director to lead the work in Britain. Since 2015 we have been praying for God to raise up a National Director for Britain. If you might be the person or know the person(s) whom God is calling to lead the ministry of CEF in Britain, pray that God will make that clear to you and then please contact us. Pray that the gospel message reaches children and that the ministry is promoted to partner churches, Bible Colleges and other Christian denominations.
CMS local partner Gabriel Parra is planting a church in Playa Ancha, Valparaíso, Chile with his family. He writes that the church has begun two training programmes for members, one which focuses on mission and evangelism, and one for preachers. Pray for the congregation to be strengthened and equipped through this training.
Our newest workers Stewart and Anna-Claire will begin their new life in Ecuador in September. Anna-Claire is a doctor who will be providing medical care to remote indigenous Amazonian communities, and Stewart is an engineer who will be using his expertise for water and sanitation projects in remote areas of that Amazon region. Pray for a good settling-in period and for God’s provision as they set up home with their new baby. Pray for gospel impact as they serve these remote communities in the name of Jesus.
Please pray for Mark and Rosalie Balfour as they continue to offer pastoral care to Street Kids Direct-supported projects in Guatemala and Honduras. Pray for wisdom and sensitivity to the Holy Spirit as they spend time with people and protection for them as they travel. Most importantly, please pray that they keep Jesus at the centre of all they do.
The Wycliffe Caribbean Annual Management Planning and Prayer Retreat will be held from the 5th - 7th September. Pray for God’s leading and direction in filling vacant positions, increasing funding for operations and projects, and greater collaboration with theological institutions. Please also pray for good attendance from pastors, leaders and Christian ministries at Wycliffe Caribbean’s ‘Taste of Translation’ workshop in St Vincent and the Grenadines from the 25th - 26th September.
Viva's partner network of eight churches and faith-based organisations in Peru has this year launched a Comprehensive Learning and Training Centre, which includes a Learning Space to support children who have fallen behind in their education. Children living in poverty, in rural areas, those with disabilities and migrant families are particularly vulnerable. Pray that many children and their families would be holistically supported through network initiatives such as Family Strengthening and the Learning Space, so as to help reduce the risk of children falling behind and dropping out of school, limiting their future learning and employment opportunities.
A woman stall holder in Ulaanbaatar asked a customer, “Where do you work?” On hearing it was connected with the Bible she angrily said: “Jesus’ people” and asked why people did not leave Mongolians alone as they already had Buddhism. It was not Jesus, but unwise methods of evangelism which caused such offence. PRAY people will show Jesus in how they speak of him, how they relate with each other and in the message, they declare, that it will be the Bible message. (Bible Society of Mongolia).
Pray for the preparations and translation work for 15 days of prayer for Hindus that God would use these resources to create awareness among churches and believers and to generate more prayer for the South Asian Diaspora.
Trishkova is stuck in Islamabad looking for sponsors to get out of Pakistan, Yalda needs funds to pay the fines for overstaying her time in Pakistan (all Afghans are being squeezed this way) and Farid is coordinating ministry from Canada to the many believers he has been in touch with, in Afghanistan.
As around nine million new graduates emerge from university courses looking for jobs, they face big obstacles. The unemployment rate in China for 18 - 25-year-olds is about 20%. So, there is huge competition and much disappointment. Pray for these young people and ask that as they search for work, they will be prepared to search for what really matters in life and find that in Jesus. Pray also for the Christians who face further challenges as they are discriminated against because of their faith. Pray they will know God’s peace and provision.
Please pray for Central Asia and for a previous Soviet Union nation where Al Massira’s co-workers, H and N are ministering - pioneers and faithful labourers for the Gospel. They are present where there is not yet a local Church. May the LORD bring unity, where there is brokenness and trust where there is suspicion and paranoia. May the LORD’s edification lead to multiplication of His people in this region. May H & N find favour in the eyes of the people as they first and foremost find favour in the eyes of their Beloved Saviour.
Pray for a smooth transition for the fourteen boys of Mahima Premanand Boys' Home at JKPS in India, that the Child Welfare Committee has released to their respective families. Also, give thanks for the 600 children enrolled in JKPS' child sponsorship programmes in India that participated in summer camps, across five centres. Pray that the seeds sown will grow strong. Thank God for the completion of JKPS' outreach programmes in four provinces of West Bengal and Bihar and also for their ongoing discipleship programme, 'Fulfilling the Task'.
Campus Ministry - Please pray that God will be preparing the hearts of university students to hear and receive the good news of Jesus; having their lives forever changed by the Giver of life and becoming a new creation in Christ. Sport Ministry - Please pray Christian athletes to be encouraged and strengthen in their faith and have courage to be a light for Christ among their teammates and coaches. Family Life Ministry - Please pray God will heal and strengthen marriages as couples participate in upcoming A Day Together conferences.
A successful summer school of mission in Moldova meant that 39 couples came to study marriage, family life, studies from the Old Testament from an Israeli and Islamic studies. We were pleased to have Rev Duane Miller share in building relationships with Muslims and growing in a better understanding of communicating the Gospel. Out of the summer school came the need to have a colloquium on contextualisation and theology in March 2024. We are looking to build a consensus for church planting amongst Uzbeks three main topics will provide the framework.
Pray for the reports from our last trip to the Netherlands and Portugal that mission organizations and churches would see the potential to work with the South Asian Diaspora in Europe and that God would send labourers into the harvest field.
Praise God for Outreach Centre. In the last year, the Lord has blessed us with many people who came to believe in Him. The spiritually empty place is now a growing Christian community. We see from God that it is time for us, as missionaries, to give leadership to the local people. We would like to select a small group of leaders and train them. Please pray that God will bless this challenging and exciting process.
Summer sees a lot of Christian youth camps taking place in France. Please pray that the young people attending these will be drawn closer to Jesus, not just during the camps but also as they return to schools and colleges in September. Please pray for French society in general following the angry rioting at the end of June and beginning of July. Some blamed the police and "the state", others blamed criminal gangs; many were just shocked and confused by events. Pray that people on all sides might turn to Christ and know His salvation and peace.
This new journey of being a disciple-making community isn’t easy, and we are taking baby steps. We praise God for bringing a stranger to our home because, one Saturday, there was a knock at the door, and a lady from the far side of the street just turned up while we had a Bible study, and she stayed and joined in. Please pray for God’s faithfulness and for miracles to keep happening.
Please pray for church-led charity Hope Lebedyn’s in Ukraine. It’s mission to serve those in severe need became even more vital when the war broke out. The Hope Lebedyn centre and church is being used for all kinds of aid distribution, and nothing is given out without also including a Bible or Bible resource. Give thanks for organisations like Hope Lebedyn and its mission to support and serve those who have been left devastated by the war. Praise God for how they are helping people in practical and spiritual ways.
In a typical rural church in Malawi, usually just a handful of believers have their own Bible. There are two big issues: access and cost. There are no shops in rural areas and transport to the nearest town or city is usually unaffordable. A Bible costs more than £10, a huge amount for most people. Zambesi Mission’s subsidised Bible scheme aims to address these challenges. They buy the Bibles and deliver them to the recipients who pay a nominal sum for each one. Please pray that more Malawian believers would be able to receive their own copy of God’s Word.
BMS World Mission partners with two hospitals in Chad, Guinebor II Hospital in the south and Bardaï Hospital in the north. The recruitment of professional health and administrative staff is key for both Guinebor II and Bardaï hospitals. Please pray that the required staff will be recruited to partner organisations in Chad.
Local partner Habeeb Kamal seeks to share the gospel with unreached people groups in Egypt, South Sudan and Sudan, including preaching, teaching and discipling believers, and sharing the gospel with people he meets on a day-to-day basis. Pray for God to open up opportunities for Habeeb to share Jesus with people.
Pray for Nigeria, following the recent Al Massira Hausa-focussed training. May the LORD use all that was taught to raise up and train up existing leaders and new leaders in reaching all people groups with the Gospel. Pray the LORD edifies and multiplies His Church in Nigeria. May this have a 'ripple effect' into Niger. The LORD loves justice but hates robbery and wrongdoing. Pray His people 'find favour' amongst the communities - not seeking to find favour but as they live for Jesus and display His righteousness, truth and justice to all within this precious region. For God's glory!
A lengthy project has just been completed with a partner radio station in Malawi to double the size of the audience who can receive the station. Radio Light reaches the Yao people, an unreached people group who are already tuning in to this Christian station in great numbers. Pray for those who listen to these programmes today, that hearts will be set on a journey to Jesus.
Please pray for Elizabeth as she continues to build relationships with others working in CAR, and for all of this to build God’s kingdom in CAR. The discussions have continued regarding what our future ministry in CAR might look like and how we can continue to support Bible translation ministries in CAR through ACATBA and other partners with the same aims. Please do continue to pray about this process, for unity, peace of mind and a clear sense of God’s guidance.
BMS World Mission workers with our Ugandan partner, Justice Livelihoods Health (JLH) to help bring abundant life to people in Kasese and Gulu. BMS mission worker Benon Kayanja is seconded to JLH as Executive Director. Pray for wisdom as he directs the overall strategy, the management of strategic partnerships and the administration of day-to-day operations. BMS mission worker Genesis Acaye is seconded to JLH as Agricultural Projects Co-ordinator for northern Uganda. Pray that he would show patience and the love of God as he trains farmers to increase yields.
A literacy education refresher training scheduled for teachers from a number of language communities will be held in Chad this month. Pray that it will be a tremendous success, that all will be able to attend, and that the ripple effects of this training will be huge as the students whom these teachers go on to teach will be able to read about the God who loves them and who wants them to know that they are ‘fearfully and wonderfully made’ (Psalm 139 v 14)
Please pray for a speedy resolution between the opposing forces to the ongoing conflict in Sudan. Please pray for an end to bloodshed and for peace and stability to prevail. Please pray for a resolution that will bring safety and increased freedom for the people of Sudan and will lead to conditions under which the Body of Christ will flourish. Please pray the Church will be strong in the face of discrimination and persecution and for God’s comfort and healing to be known to those who are suffering. Please pray the love of Jesus will be known across the nation.
For our Bible Explorer work in Malawi. Please Pray that the Lord will heal Bernard Phiri, a presenter, as due to his medical condition he is unable to present Bible Explorer in five schools. For many children to become followers of Jesus from what they are taught and that they become strong Christians. That God will give all the presenters wisdom as they prepare their lessons and are able to deliver them in a clear way. For more presenters to be trained so that the Bible can be taught in more schools. For continued funding of the programme.
From his base in Jordan, CMS local partner Medhat is building a network of evangelists throughout the Middle East through visiting and training volunteers and following up with individuals. Please pray for Medhat and those he works with, for God’s guidance as they share Jesus with people and grow the network.
BMS World Mission has been involved in Tunisia since the 1990s. Praise God, it is now possible for BMS to support the employment of local Christians - unimaginable when we first started work in North Africa! Please lift up BMS-supported workers Hada and Alia (names changed), working with our partner. Praise God for their passionate witness and their desire to honour him in all that they do.