Pray for Ethan Christofferson as he gives two lectures tomorrow at a “Mission At Your Front Door” conference at China Lutheran Seminary.
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Heidi Jensen reports that God is moving in the UN community, moving at least ten diplomat friends to join her in learning about being disciples of Christ! Pray that they can continue through the lessons even as fall schedules fill up.
Would you pray for the ministry of the Church of the Lutheran Brethren in Cameroon? There are concerns for the unity of the church in the midst of the attacks of the evil one to sow discord.
Korean missionaries are increasingly contributing to mission work in Japan, which is remarkable in light of historic hostilities. Pray that they will adapt well and be effective making disciples among the Japanese.
Pray for safe travel and stamina for Danny and Mandy and their family as they travel to churches to report on ministry in Chad. Pray also for times of rest and refreshment.
Today is the Islamic holiday of Ashura, observed by unreached people as a day of mourning for the death of Hussein, a grandson of Muhammed, which led to the split between the unreached people group. Pray that these people will come to know true redemption and deliverance through Christ.
Tomorrow evening Shizu and Yuta will give a concert at Ishinomaki House of Hope. Pray for Yuta as he plays piano and Shizu as she sings shares from the Bible. Shizu has come to House of Hope several times a year since the devastating earthquake in 2011.
Pray for Dan Venberg, as he attends a Missio Nexus conference on patnerships between evangelical mission groups and churches. Pray for good times of learning, unity, encouragement and networking.
Tomorrow Michael and Delores Kittelson will help Zhang MeiLing with a program at a community center near Hsinchu. May the Lord use this opportunity to bring to many the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ.
Pray for Japanese students who hear and respond to the gospel. Pray for those who return home with a missional burden for their homeland but often struggle to adapt to the Japanese church.