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Pray for Geoff Donaldson in Zimbabwe as he travels to the town of Bikita from today until Wednesday to teach among the Zionist elders, who use only parts of the Old Testament and have non-Biblical cultural practices. Pray for good connections and receptive hearts.
The ECWA-Togo Women’s Conference is taking place in Teheza this week. Pray for the speakers – Pierre and Noélie Barassounon and Pastor Sylvain. Pray for encouragement, learning and sweet fellowship for the 75-100 women who will attend.
Kurdish people celebrate their New Year tomorrow and will visit one another to exchange greetings and express future concerns and hopes. Pray believers in Kurdish churches will take this opportunity to reach out in friendship to non-Christian Kurds.
Pray with Paul and Tania Tanner, who are serving in Botswana, that those who came to their two Alpha courses last Thursday would return for the second week today. Pray hearts will be opened and that Paul and Tania would know the Spirit’s guiding as they lead and answer questions.
Pray with Richard and Ana Selby, who are serving in Germany, that new believers among asylum seekers will share the good news as they are moved to different cities.
Pray for Edna's physical and spiritual strength as she teaches English and mentors Christian leaders at a college in south Asia. Pray too that the students will seek God’s direction for the future.
Praise God that progress is being made on the new student dorm building at the Gueschemé Bible School, Niger. As the roof, doors and windows are put in place, pray the students can begin to move in.