3 To Pray For

by Jim on 25 June 2014

in Interesting Posts

Girl praying - are you?

God hears the prayers of His people.  If the only value of this blog is that people pray – well, that alone might just change a life, and change the world.

So, here are three people to pray for, from different parts of the world.  Take a moment to read their stories, and then take them before God’s throne…

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Brazil

The world will soon be watching Brazil because of the World Cup… but maybe the most exciting thing happening isn’t where you think!

Why were these people climbing up Munku-Sardik in Siberia, Russia?

A sad story from NigerRefuge Gone Wrong.

In Paraguay, these missionaries welcome some short-termers!  It’s always interesting to see what happens…

Speaking of short-term, check out this partnership across cultures in Canada!

A few ministry updates and prayer requests from ThailandThankful for every blessing.

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Cancer, Karen, and Kinks – Around the World this Week

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Church Planting “bottle-neck”, Wresting, and More…

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Pictures that Caught My Eye

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I haven’t done this for a while, but sometimes I like to browse through posts and see which pictures catch my eye. When it comes to blogs, pictures are very important and should be the norm rather than the exception.  That doesn’t mean you should turn your blog into a photo gallery, but it does […]

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A quick visit to Mozambique

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Let’s take a look at what’s happening in the Republic of Mozambique.  Mozambique is in south western Africa, a coastal country where wonderful things like cotton, cashews, and coconuts grow! First, a couple of kids to pray for … Meet the Meninos ~ Julio and Gil Wait – missionaries have little kids too?  Seriously…. By […]

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Bullets, Big Rocks and – The Precious Exhauster?

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On wonders how some vehicles survive the journey.  Great pictures from Niger in Odds and Ends during March. Lent and the Precious Exhauster (Kenya) – hey, you’ll be thankful if the Precious Exhauster ever needs to come to your house! Big, small, medium-sized – they’re all stresses in Ukraine.  But finally this missionary has a […]

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Arepas, Church Growth Secrets and Desperate Measures

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Falling Mountains and Swimming Hippos

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A few great posts for you today – some really interesting glimpses into life in other countries. For example, some of the goings-on in Honduras.  Trying to get through the practical things, and praising God for what He allows.  Check it out:  As the LORD allows… Now, let’s head down the Niger River!  This trip is […]

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Outreach, Compassion, and Critters!

11 March 2014

A few recent posts – to pray about and think about… Still lots to pray for in Japan – here are the prayer requests of one missionary:  PRAYER for TOHOKU A vision for youth training – what is this missionary trying to accomplish in Mexico?  Results of Formal Youth Ministry Training Outreach, and a river […]

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