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Scott and Songkran Breaden (Thailand, DPG Day 11)
Praise God for a good visa process so far. Pray for the documents to be approved in a timely manner. Praise God that Scott’s back has improved significantly and he can now drive and sit for longer periods of time.


Russell and Lorna Torrance (Philippines, DPG Day 10)
Pray for Russell and Lorna to arrive safely in Melbourne on 11 December. Pray for them as they travel to NSW ASAP to see Russell’s 92-year-old parents. Pray for Russell and Lorna as they settle into life in Australia.


Daniel and Candide Weekes (France, DPG Day 16)
Praise God for groups coming this autumn and booking through winter (last year they were all cancelled, which was a financial strain). Pray for Cameron, one of their interns, who is struggling with anxiety issues. Pray that the Lord will work through Dan and Candide to provide him with the support he needs.


Trevor and Manoli Allan (Spain, DPG Day 17)
Praise God for the safe birth of Rebeca’s Isabela; Rebeca is recovering well. Praise God for encouraging gifts for the Ribadeo Project. Pray that once borders reopen more volunteers and teams will come to serve in the churches and help with the building project.


Kevin Dyer (Specialist, DPG Day 21)
Pray urgently for Haiti — the combination of economic instability, natural disasters and severe poverty has been compounded by civil unrest and violence.


Ralf & Trudy Kray (WEC Tasmania)
Trudy has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer and will start rigorous treatment this week. Please pray for good outcomes from yesterday’s surgery and the chemo. Pray for Trudy, Ralf and their girls during this time, especially Tess (DPG Day 24) as she is dealing with this news from so far away.


Addendum: In the David Chapman (Zambia) car fund ad on p22 of the Serving Together magazine, Wynnum Christian Community Church has also been participating with AMT and Gympie Community Church in raising support.

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