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Give thanks that Simon Stretton-Downes, serving as a dentist in Liberia, was joined by his consultant maxillo-facial surgeon colleague Tony Giles at a screening session. Pray that the love of God will be shared clearly as they treat the 14 or more patients over the next three days.
Pray for Matt Sherratt, who is serving with his wife Sarah, at Mandritsara Hospital, Madagascar. He is on-call permanently until the Watts family return from their holiday next week. Pray Matt would take every opportunity to point patients and families to the great physician of body and soul.
Give thanks with Richard and Ana Selby, who are serving in Germany, for the testimony given by an influential and well-known former imam, who has come to Christ. He spoke at the monthly service for Kurdish and Yazidi migrants. Pray those who were challenged would trust Christ.
Pray for Ann’s preparations to visit her colleagues in Singapore and south east Asia next week. Pray too that their meetings would be times of encouragement as plans to be, make and grow disciples are made for 2019.
We welcome nine new candidates to Wetheringsett Manor today for a week of orientation to prepare them for overseas ministry. Pray for good concentration because they will have a lot to take in over a short period of time. Pray those delivering sessions will equip them well for service.
Give thanks that the staff at the Education Centre in Lebanon make weekly visits to the families of the children they teach. Pray they would remain prayerful and hopeful, and that fruit would be produced from the relationships being built.
Pete and Katy Myers visit Christ Church, South Cambridgeshire today, where Pete will be preaching on Ephesians 6. Pray they can build relationships, communicate well about their future ministry and receive the support they need to go to Ethiopia.