6 DECEMBER 2019

Please Join Us Today in Prayer

We believe in the power of prayer to heal sickness, to provide for families, to surround believers with a hedge of protection, and to change lives for the better. God’s Word tells us that all believers can go boldly unto the throne of grace in times of need, whether those needs be our own or those of others. Please join us in praying for others around the world.

Who We’re Praying For Today

Robert Opolot: Pray for Robert and his ministry. 1. Pray that he is able to get Holy Bibles both in English and the local language. 2. Pray for Robert’s church, which needs a permanent church building. 3. Pray for Robert’s orphanage ministry, which needs a permanent school and orphanage home, as well as food, bedding and school materials for the orphans. 4. Pray for partners and missionaries to come and preach at Robert’s church, as well as help to plant churches.

India: Pray for a group of believers, including women and children, who were violently attacked and forced to flee their homes. Ask God to help them return and live safely in their village.

Uganda: Pray for Mumbedde Sula, born to a Muslim family, who converted to Christianity in June 2019. Since then, his family has been harassing him, hoping that he will give up Christianity and embrace the Islamic faith once again. This father of three young children has been evicted from his family’s land, his house has been destroyed, and he is currently taking shelter with a Christian family in fear for his life. Even his wife and children have left him due to the endless threats that put them all at risk. Read more on International Christian Concern.

INDIA: GOD AT WORK IN OUR NATION

An interview with Pastor Kumar from the All India Christian Council, who discusses the increase in Christian persecution in India. Kumar also discusses the “anti-conversion” laws, as well as sharing his own experience of persecution and death threats as he shared the gospel.

ARJUN & NEHA'S PERSECUTION IN INDIA

UGANDA: CHALLENGES FOR THE CHURCH

“Brother Steven” is a church leader from the nation of Uganda, a country where more than 80% of the people identify themselves as Christians but where some areas are almost entirely Muslim and even pushing for Sharia law. Steven says Muslims in the country have an aggressive strategy to recruit Christians to convert to Islam, and he shares how Christians are responding.

SUSAN'S STORY OF PERSECUTION IN UGANDA

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