Pray for Hannah, daughter of Ethan and Sandy Christofferson, as she began her first year of college last month at Montana State University in Bozeman. Pray as she continues to adjust to life back in the USA.
Category Archives: Daily Prayer Notes
Joel C. is attending two conferences for international mission leaders. Pray for partnership opportunities as leaders gather and as Joel serves the Chinese church toward full participation in God’s global mission.
Continue to pray for the flood victims in Louisiana that they will come to know God’s peace and comfort. Pray that tangible expres-sions of love from God’s people will bring comfort to their lives and the assurance that God is bigger.
Pray for Olivia and Abigail, daughters of Jeremy and Sallee, as they continue to adjust to their new culture and environment. Pray as they continue their online schooling.
Praise God for Steve and Stella and their volunteer ministry as administrators of our Lutheran Welcome Center in Chad for the last four years while replacements were called!
Dean and Linda Bengtson ask continued prayer for their friends, the N family. Their 11-year-old son attended the recent English camp with three friends and seemed to soak up all the Bible stories.
Pray for God’s anointing for CLBC President Ye. His own church is currently under-staffed and he has many synodical responsibilities outside his church. Pray that God will raise up new staff to join and serve the church ministry team.
Praise God for the home and grounds provided for Paul and Teresa in the village where they will move to live and serve among an unreached people group. Praise God for all who contributed to building their home.
Pray that God would speak to those who will serve as the dedicated core for the new church plant in Ishinomaki. Pray for Dean and Linda Bengtson as they proclaim the gospel in word and deed in that city.
ray that God’s call to serve his mission locally and globally will stir in fresh and new ways in our congregations. Pray for a clear sense of the truth of humanity’s lostness apart from Christ.