Prayer Mobilization Line
The following are praise reports and prayer requests
from Nazarene Missions International
April 15, 2015
  I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me.
The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God,
who loved me and gave himself for me.
Galatians 2:20 NIV
 
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PRAISES:
Myanmar
  In Myanmar Nazarene leaders recently gained new understanding for what it means to be "the church" in their communities and around the world. The Holy Spirit is moving among the leaders in this Southeast Asia country. Praise God for His unending faithfulness. Read the rest of the story in the Asia-Pacific Region's article.
PRAY FOR:
GLOBAL MINISTRY REQUESTS
Holiness Teaching in a CAA
  Pray for a missionary who works in a creative access area and will be leading a course on the Doctrine of Holiness over the next two-weeks.
CIS Field Needs
 

Pray with the leaders and lay people of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Field that the following needs will be met in God’s perfect timing and perfect way:

  • The purchase of two apartments in Chisinau, Moldova, to reduce the yearly financial
    dependency of the ministry
  • The registration of the church in Armenia
  • One year’s rent for a larger church space for the Yerevan First Church of the Nazarene
  • The replacement of the old and outdated heating system in the facilities in Chekhov, Russia
Click here to learn more about these needs from CIS Field Strategy Coordinator Scott Rainey.
MKs to NYC
  Pray for the 35 missionary kids (MKs) who will attend the Nazarene Youth Conference (NYC) in Louisville, Kentucky, this summer. Pray for the MKs as they prepare to travel, some from the other side of the world, to attend where they will be part of the “MK District” led by missionaries Scott and Emily Armstrong.
April Missionary Prayer Focus
 

Please pray for these missionaries, who are part of the April Prayer Focus, and their requests:

Brian and Erin Ketchum, serving in France

  • Pray for the upcoming pastors and wives spiritual emphasis retreat from May 14-16.
  • Pray for pastor Joseph Toguyera, newly appointed district superintendent, his wife, Josephine, and their family as they adjust to their new role and all that it entails.
  • Pray for awakening of the people of France to the nudge of the Holy Spirit and God’s outstretched hand.

Collin and Shireen Elliott, serving in South Africa/Asia-Pacific

  • Pray that we would only seek God's will in our lives every step of our spiritual journey.
  • Pray for our ministry transition from the Africa Region to the Asia Pacific Region and to be sensitive in adapting to a new culture.
  • Pray that God would give strength and encouragement to our young adult children who will be separated from us for a long period of time.

Jim and Kathy Radcliffe, serving in Papua New Guinea
Please pray:

  • For our times of sharing in the churches and different groups here to be anointed from the Lord.
  • For Jim as he shares at the Bromley district men's gathering in June
  • For energy and strength to complete what the Lord wants us to do here
  • For Kathy in some extra duties she has along with some childcare she is enjoying with her grandsons

Read more requests from the Radcliffes in the Printable version of PML.

 
HEALTH-RELATED REQUESTS
Liza Halbrook – UPDATE
  Pray for Liza Hallbrook who has been diagnosed with abdominal cancer that is inoperable. Pray for God’s provision to cover the treatments and for Liza’s miraculous healing. She currently serves as the Systems/Network Administrator for the Asia-Pacific Resource Center and has served in several other capacities for the past 15 years.
 
GLOBAL CONCERNS
Kidnapped Nigerian Girls
  A call to prayer from Open Doors: April 14 marked the one-year anniversary of the horrific kidnapping of the girls from Chibok, Nigeria. As we consider their plight, and that of their parents, their families, and the entire Chibok Christian community, let us unite in focused and hopeful prayer for the next seven days. Read more in this “take action” call on the Open Doors website.
Thank you for praying.

We ought not to be weary of doing little things for the love of God,
who regards not the greatness of the work,
but the love with which it is performed.
—Brother Lawrence, French lay monk and writer

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