Prayer Mobilization Line
The following are praise reports and prayer requests
from Nazarene Missions International
May 20, 2015
  The Lord is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth.
Psalm 145:18, NIV
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Squatter’s Community
  "One church is in a squatter's community," shared a team leader from Uruguay. "The people there do not have many resources, and the church is small. Its influence, though, is quite noticeable. Recently, they were able to show the JESUS Film and several teenagers came to Christ." Praise the Lord!
Nazarene Broadcasters
  Remember to pray for Nazarene broadcasters who daily speak God's word through radio, television, and Internet programs.
Church Prayers
  • Bless the people, pastors, and leaders of Nazarene churches as they seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus in their communities.
  • Give them renewed vision and vitality as they work to honor God through fervent worship and innovative ministry.
  • Unify us as we focus on our love of Christ, our passion for evangelism, and for making Christlike disciples in the nations.
May Missionary Prayer Focus

Join us in praying for Tim and Michelle Eby who are part of the May Missionary Prayer Focus. The Ebys serve in Senegal:

  • Continue to pray for our leaders in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea with the Ebola situation. Though the world has moved on, these countries are still suffering. 
  • Pray for the new initiatives in West Africa to reach the urban cities.
  • Pray for continued support for the compassionate ministry projects that are helping to bring wells to communities needing water, income-generating projects that are supporting leaders in difficult areas, and wisdom on how best to use resources.
  • Pray for a new revival touching the districts of Ghana North and Ghana Coastal. This past month we have seen great change in the leadership and a thirst for God's new touch on the church.
  • Pray for the ministry in Senegal. We have just come through a sad time in the church as after the sudden death of an 11-year-old boy (nephew of Rev. Dany Gomis) due to a heart condition. The church is hurting, the family is very broken over the event, and we are all searching for ways to minister to the other children in the church.
Wayne Larson
  Retired missionary Wayne Larson has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Unless the Lord intervenes, Wayne's remaining time on earth is less than six months. Pray for Wayne and the family. He and his late wife, Joann, served in Papua New Guinea and Swaziland.
Paty Alvarez
  Paty Alvarez has been diagnosed with stage 3 cancer. Pray that the cancer has not spread to the bones. Paty serves God and the church in a vital role at the North Andean Field Office in Quito, Ecuador.
Nigerian Captives
  Open Doors USA says that the Nigerian army has freed around 1,000 abducted women and children recently. However, none of those rescued are the Chibok girls. The Chibok girls were taken from their school in April 2014 and are now victims of the longest running terrorist mass abduction. Click here to read more in Open Door’s newsletter.
Thank you for praying.

For David, the size of the giant was irrelevant.
—Dave Hunt (1926-2013), American Christian apologist, speaker, author

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