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Alan and Isabel Knott (Colombia, DPG Day 4)
Praise God that Isabel doesn’t have pancreatic cancer, but she has been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma which requires chemotherapy. However, she has fluid on one of her lungs — pray that this resolves soon before she starts chemo. Praise God that Alan has recovered from COVID.


Ian and Leann Buckley (Nepal, DPG Day 8)
Praise the Lord for the money given for Kumar's motorbike and that he is now able to purchase it. Praise the Lord for John welding the steel posts for our house and bringing them to our block. Praise God that John did not charge for labour. Pray regarding digging the holes and concreting the steel posts in two weeks’ time. Praise the Lord for Kumar’s recent ministry trip to western Nepal. Pray for those who were taught God’s word and teaching from the God Has Spoken books.


David and Tina Cannon (Thailand, DPG Day 11)
Pray for David’s court date today — pray for a favourable judgment and pray that the family of the deceased won’t pursue further civil proceedings.


Andrew and Donna Cowell (Specialists, DPG Day 21)
The GLO Australia family are saddened by the loss of Laurie Cowell, GLO’s former co-director and passionate servant of the Lord, who passed peacefully into God’s presence on Friday, 24 September 2021, with his wife Margaret by his side. Prior to his many years of service with GLO, Laurie and Margaret served the Lord in Chad for 10 years. Please keep Margaret, David, Paul, Andrew and Stephen, and their families, in your prayers. AMT also extends our condolences to them.

Details of the link for Laurie’s funeral: YouTube.com/c/rivochurch

Instructions:

1. After 9.50 am on Wednesday 29 September click on the link above (Note the stream will be available from 9.50 am onwards)
2. Look for the top video entry with the word ‘Live’ on a red banner over the image of Laurie.


 

Les and Kay Loader (Specialist, DPG Day 24)
100,000 pamphlets will be distributed this week. They are in Pidgin English and teach about trusting God rather than the cultural norm of retaliation. Pray that they will be read and touch peoples’ hearts.


Paul and Linda (Specialists, DPG Day 25)
Paul is doing some online equipping for a pastor in Zambia and they also have some translation projects going on in Urdu and in Argentina (various training materials for cross-cultural workers). Paul and Linda would appreciate prayer for the ongoing management of AccessTruth, admin and managing resource development and translation projects.


Carol Luttah (CBMPNG)
Praise God that Lynn is out of quarantine; pray she adapts quickly to life in PNG and in her role with CBM.

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