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Give thanks for Phil and Chris Griffin's five years of service at Bingham and for their protection during periods of unrest, as they return to the UK today. Pray too for SIM Ethiopia as it goes through a period of change.
Pray for the last of the #HowWillTheyHear roadshows today in Birmingham. Pray for Dai Hankey, who will be doing the Bible talk, and for the team who will be presenting, that their enthusiasm will raise up more workers to share the gospel with refugees and migrants.
Pray for Jonathan as he follows up outreach in a hostile region of west Africa arranged by a local Christian, who some people are trying to get transferred. Pray for our brother to continue faithfully in his witness and the opening up of longer-term possibilities.
Give thanks for the ongoing ministry relationship spanning 60 years of partnership between the Pakistan Christian Fellowship of churches and Serving In Mission. Please pray for godly and visionary leadership and for the desire to open a training centre for pastors in the region.
Pray for Jill Ireland flying to Thailand today to take up her new role as Sports Friends regional director for SE Asia. Pray Jill serves with humility, wisdom and a dependence on God in all things, with a passionate commitment to making Jesus known.
Uphold Rev Ziad Helou and the speakers at the graduating ceremonies in Beirut and Tyre this weekend; teachers like Ruth returning on home assignment in a few days; and for graduates to be strengthened in faith as they move into new studies and work.
Pray with Yvonne Mildred in Ghana as her neighbours’ children read her biggest children’s story book for themselves, that the words will live in their hearts and bring them closer to a relationship with the Lord.