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Pray with Andrew Curry teaching English in Senegal for wisdom and creativity in presenting the gospel to Muslim students. Give thanks for the many students who have heard the good news and for the Lord to continue working in them.
Pray for the upcoming #HowWillTheyHear roadshows events, begining next week: Exeter (3), Southampton (4), Cardiff (13) and Birmingham (18). Pray for good conversations and for the Lord to raise up people ready to go out and share the gospel with refugees and migrants in Europe.
Pray for John and Abi traveling to the north of Nigeria this coming week for Abi’s eye appointment. Pray for a clear diagnosis of the problem and the right advice about options.
Pray Geoff Donaldson connects well with the Zionist Elders in the Bikita area of Zimbabwe, as he begins three days of training with them. These churches use only parts of the Old Testament and have non-Biblical cultural practices.
Pray for Sam and Katie in central Africa following the strain of moving house. Pray for energy as they spend time getting to know neighbours and exploring villages for outreach opportunities. Pray for their boys Joshua and Daniel too, for their ongoing adjustment and good health.
Pray that Jonny teaching English and music in the Middle East, can engage his students and model Christ to them during lessons. Many of the students are fasting for Ramadan and therefore are hungry and tired, which is affecting concentration and patience with each other.
Pray for the high school students at Sahel Academy who are graduating tonight. It is an emotional transition as they say goodbye to each other and to the life they have known in Niger.