Remember: PRAYER MATTERS
Gary and Louise Bryar (Brazil, DPG Day 4)
At last week’s children’s camp there were many new campers who have never heard the gospel — pray for their salvation. Pray for this week’s teen camp — pray for the campers, counsellors, staff and speakers. Praise God for the salvation and complete transformation in the life of the mother of one of the members of the assembly in Jardim Santana, after she went through an agonizing and difficult period of demon possession. Please pray for the salvation of her husband who is now coming along to the meetings.
Ian and Leann Buckley (Nepal, DPG Day 9)
Pray that in these last few weeks before they return to Nepal they will have good quality time with their children and grandchildren. Pray that they’ll find the perfect house to live and a base for their ministry. Pray for their visas — they’re hoping to get a 3-month tourist visa at the airport and then apply in the country for a business visa. They’ll be involved in a lot of business ventures with Transform the Nations, including the coffee shop and the Bamboo project — pray for wisdom in their ministry.
Paul and Debbie Howells (Philippines, DPG Day 10)
Our deepest condolences to Debbie and her family on the passing away of her father, Bob Bagley. Pray that the Lord provides them the comfort and strength they need at this time.
Daniel and Candide Weekes (France, DPG Day 14)
Pray for spiritual and physical protection for campers and leaders during the summer camps. Pray that seekers will have their questions answered and they will be drawn to Christ. Pray for more French Christians to be challenged and equipped to take the gospel to the French people.
Chris and Judy Ayers (Poland, DPG Day 15)
Pray for Chris and Judy, who have been back in Australia for awhile now, to have wisdom and discernment as they decide where they should go and what they should do in their next stage of ministry. Pray for them (especially the children) as they contemplate and prepare for another international move.
These items are sourced from emails and other communications received from cross-cultural workers.
The workers are identified by the day number in the current AMT Daily Prayer Guide.