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Prayer Mobilization Line
November 30, 2016

"On the last and greatest day of the festival, Jesus stood and said in
a loud voice, “Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink.
Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water
will flow from within them."
John 7:37-38 NIV

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Family Problems
  A Nazarene JESUS Film team writes, “The home where we showed the JESUS Film had family problems, causing a very tense situation. After watching the life of Jesus and the sacrifice he made to forgive our sins, the family was reconciled with each other. The family has opened their home as a Preaching Point.” Praise God!
Helping Refugees
  Nazarenes are working with refugees from war and unrest across the Eurasia Region. Pray that God will allow these workers to tighten their collaboration, that they will learn effective ways to serve the needs before them and draw them together to serve “the least of these” and the stranger. Click here for an article in Where Worlds Meet about the Eurasia Region’s efforts to work with refugees.
Hurricane Otto
  Pray for the people who were affected by Hurricane Otto as it roared through southern Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama on November 24. Nazarene churches in Costa Rica have been providing food, water, blankets, and cleaning supplies to those in need.
Central Andean Field

The Central Andean Field is comprised of Peru and Bolivia. The year was 1914 when the Church of the Nazarene officially entered work in Peru and 1945 was when work began in Bolivia. The church has had effective ministry over the years in these two South American countries. Pray for the work God continues to do today through the 65,335 Nazarenes in Peru and 13,333 members in Bolivia.* Pray also for these missionaries who currently serve there:

Segundo and Lourdes Rimarachin – Field Strategy Coordinator
Napoleón and Elena Guerrero - Bolivia
Jose David and Luzmary Acosta – Peru

*2015 Assembly Year Statistics

YiM Re-launch

Pray for the re-launch of Youth in Mission (YiM), a ministry that sends young adults, ages 18-25, to participate in God’s mission. The re-launched YiM is focusing on ministry within the United States and Canada, especially where teams can come alongside Nazarene leaders in diverse cultural locations. Some specific ways to pray are:

  • More young adults to hear about YiM
  • 24 YiM participants for the 1-2 month opportunity
  • 20 YiM participants for the 2.5 week opportunity in Indianapolis
  • The mission of Christ to be accomplished in community and culture through YiM

Click here to read additional ways to pray for the YiM re-launch.
Click here to learn more about the YiM re-launch from their website.

Family of Rajaram Shravan Dandge
  Rajaram Shravan Dandge passed away on November 28 after a brief hospitalization in Washim, India. A service was held the same day. Rajaram was the father of Sunil Dandge, missionary and India field strategy coordinator. Thank you for your prayers for the Dandge family during this time.

Click here to read a tribute Rev. Sunil shared about his father in the Printable version of PMLL
Family of Blanca Enriqueta Acevedo Cortez
  Blanca Enriqueta Acevedo Cortez passed away on November 23 and a funeral service was held shortly thereafter. Blanca was the mother of missionary Israel Acosta who serves in Haiti and the grandmother of missionary Scarlet Jimenez who serves in Ecuador. Thank you for praying for Blanca’s family and friends during this time.
Family of Graeme Sheppard
  Graeme Sheppard passed away on November 22 after a three-year battle with cancer. Graeme was passionate about missions and served the Lord and the church in numerous ways. His wife, Pauline, is currently serving as a member of the Nazarene Missions International (NMI) Global Council and Australia-New Zealand Field NMI Coordinator. Pray for Pauline and her family, including three grown children, as they grieve their loved one’s passing.

Click here to read more about Graeme in the NCN News article.
Thank you for praying.

Christian hope is not the power of positive thinking. It is not based on circumstances, either good or bad. It is not new and better ideas, utopian philosophies, or reformed politics. Christian hope is objectively focused on the person of Jesus Christ who has been revealed to us as "the grace of God," "the salvation of all people," and our "blessed hope"

—David A. Busic, general superintendent, Pursuing the Way of Holiness, July 2016

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