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Prayer Points 23rd March 2020
Jim (Retired Worker) – Jim has now retired to the UK and is living in a residential home alongside his sister. Pray for him as he adjusts to this change in his life, and that his health would improve.
Mary (Senior Worker) – A small group of women meet together each week to study the Bible together. Pray for them as they go through a series on the role of women in the church.
Walter and Elizabeth – Due to health conditions, Walter and Elizabeth are confined to their home for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus outbreak. Walter collected materials to allow him to work from home, to continue to bless the believers in the area.
Alec and Patrizia – Give thanks that Josiah was able to travel back to Naples, despite some difficulties, and is now in quarantine at home. Pray that he will be able to continue his studies at Tilsley College in Motherwell in the near future.
Giovanni and Hannah – Pray that Giovanni and Hannah would find creative ways to preach the gospel, despite these difficult circumstances. Here you can watch a video about how they are adapting to life at home.
Patrizio and Jennifer – Pray for Patrizio as he, like many others, has had to adjust his ministries in light of the lockdown in place in Italy. He is able to record messages for churches he would normally visit, but is not able to reach people with the gospel in the natural way. Pray also for his family’s health in these uncertain times.
OTHER OVERSEAS SERVICE
Benji and Gill – Benji was due to return to Canada from Fiji last week due to the Canadian border closing. Pray that this journey has gone ahead without delay. He will need to go into isolation upon arriving in Canada.
It is estimated there are about 1.5 million children living on the streets throughout the country, who have often left home because of exploitation and abuse. Pray that these young people would ultimately find a safe home and come to know the heavenly Father who loves them.
Following an earthquake in the capital city of Zagreb on Sunday, a 15-year-old is believed to have died and several more have been injured. Pray for those who sustained injuries, and for people whose homes have been damaged.