Prayer Mobilization Line
The following are praise reports and prayer requests
from Nazarene Missions International for
October 29, 2014
  "I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people—for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness."
1 Timothy 2:1-2, NLT
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Service of the Sueias
  Thank the Lord for Dr. Paulos and Mrs. Rute Sueia for their leadership of the Africa Lusophone Field, who will assume to a full-time pastoral role in Matola, Mozambique, at the end of the year. Their commitment to church development was recently noted by Africa Regional Director Filimao Chambo. The church expanded at a tremendous pace under Dr. Sueia's leadership. Thank the Lord for all He accomplished through Dr. Sueia’s ministry, and join us in prayer for the Sueias as they transition to their new responsibilities. For more information on this, click here.
Spain District NMI Convention
  The Spain District NMI Convention will take place November 8, 2014. Intercede for District NMI President Isabel Coral Gonzales and for her district council as they make final preparations. Please pray for those who will gather to hear God’s story through Nazarene missions, that they will be encouraged and will sense God’s presence and work in mighty ways among them.
Rev. Adérito Ferreira
  Rev. Adérito Ferreira will serve as the field strategy coordinator of the newly expanded Africa Lusophone Field. Rev. Adérito is the pastor of the Church of the Nazarene in Praia, Cabo Verde. Both Pastor Adérito and his wife, Pastor Ester, are ordained elders, committed disciple makers, and church planters. Their main role on the Africa Lusophone Field will be to coordinate church planting, church development and activities through working with missionaries, districts leaders, and other church leaders. Please pray for the Ferreiras as they resign from their current assignments and transition to assume the field responsibility. For more information on this, click here.
Record Rainfall in Port Vila, Vanuatu

David and Sylvia are missionaries to Vanuatu in the Asia-Pacific Region. Sylvia sent the following story:

Recently, the Port Vila area received more than 11 inches of rain in two days, causing rivers in the area to overflow their banks. We heard this story from Makfin, women's ministry leader for Black Sand Church of the Nazarene.

I started thinking about my brother's girl who lives near Prima River, having heard reports that the river was very high. I walked over and found the river so high that I could not get over it. The mobile police were tying a rope around people wanting to cross and dragging them across. Occasionally, those being pulled across were holding babies above their heads. The police helped my niece and her two children cross over to where I was. My niece told me later that the river started coming into their house, so she took the two small ones and ran, looking for a place to cross but they were trapped.

Two men lost their lives in Prima River that day. We are thankful for the safety of this young mother and her two small children and that more people did not drown. Makfin brought them to Black Sand to care for them and has provided clothes, food, and shelter. She has also introduced them to her church. After the waters receded, they returned to the flooded home and gardens, and Makfin helped the young mother salvage what they could. Makfin modeled the compassionate caring heart of Christ in the simple, loving way that she ministered to someone in need.

Thank the Lord for compassionate believers like Makfin, and pray that God will use their service to draw more people into His kingdom. Pray for the young mother and her family, that they will know Christ’s salvation. Also, please remember the families of those who lost loved ones in the recent flooding in Vanuatu.

Steve and Debbie Baker
  The following request has arrived from Steve and Debbie Baker, “Pray for us as we begin preparations to retire in 2016.” The Bakers have served as missionaries for the Church of the Nazarene since 1982 in Peru, Colombia, Paraguay, Argentina, the Mesoamerica Region, and are currently missionaries to the USA/Canada Region. Please pray for the Bakers as they work through details in their plans for the future.
District Superintendents
  Over the next several months, NMI will publish the names and place of ministry for Nazarene district superintendents. Please join us in praying for these individuals who God has called to shepherd pastors and churches around the world.

Today’s district superintendents are from countries on the South America Region:
Juan Badilla, Chile Bio Bio
Orestes Barboza, Childe Central
Alfredo Veloso, Chile Los Lagos
Oscar Varas, Chile Norte
Cesar Avellaneda Espitia, Colombia Central Norte
Luis Meza, Colombia Central Sur
Luis Meza, Colombia Eje Cafetero
Teófilo Caicedo, Colombia Noroccidental
Pedro Gómez, Colombia Nororiental
Jeirrison Ambuila, Colombia Suroccidental

May the Lord add His blessing to the work of these district superintendents.

Board of General Superintendents
  Please pray for the ministry and safety of the general superintendents as they travel this month:

Jerry D. Porter
J. K. Warrick
Eugénio Duarte
David W. Graves
David A. Busic
Gustavo A. Crocker
Kucey Children
  Darin and Tonya Kucey are missionaries to Haiti. Tonya wrote recently that their three children—Ryan, Cory and Karissa—are all ill and have been for some time. Cory and Karissa, who are with their parents in Haiti, have had an illness similar to dengue fever. Karissa continues to have pain caused by that, plus, in the last month, she also contracted an infection that caused sores all over her legs. In addition to the other illness, Cory has suffered the effects of other illnesses. A few weeks ago, their oldest son, Ryan, who is in college in Canada, became very sick. Please pray for the Kucey children, that they will recover fully and soon. Also, pray for Darin and Tonya as they attempt to care for two children at home, are concerned for one thousands of miles away, and trying to continue to minister in Haiti.
Family of Dorothy Dennis
  Dorothy Dennis passed away October 25, 2014. Mrs. Dennis served as the West Virginia North District president of Nazarene Missions International (NMI) for 14 years and had also served for four years on the Global NMI Council. She was the widow of Dr. John W. Dennis, former district superintendent of West Virginia North, and the mother of Rev. Kevin Dennis, current superintendent of West Virginia North, and Randall Dennis. Visitation and the funeral will be at the Fairmont Church of the Nazarene in Fairmont, West Virginia. Services for Mrs. Dennis will be: visitation—2–4 p.m. and 7–9 p.m., October 29, and 10–11 a.m., November 1; and funeral—11 a.m., November 1. Interment will be at 2 p.m., November 2, at Green Hill Cemetery, Johnstown, Ohio. Please join us in praying for the Dennis family as they mourn Dorothy’s passing and celebrate her life.
Thank you for praying.

"Prayer breaks all bars, dissolves all chains, opens all prisons,
and widens all straits by which God's saints have been held. "
—E. M. Bounds, author, attorney, and clergyman

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