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Prayer Mobilization Line
August 24, 2016

"Now therefore, I pray, if I have found grace in Your sight,
show me now Your way, that I may know You
and that I may find grace in Your sight."
Exodus 33:13, NKJV

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Yangmi Praise
  Thank you for praying for missionary Sam Yangmi who was facing eye surgery. Praise God, instead of surgery the doctor is recommending medication to heal his left eye. Sam says that he is very thankful for your prayers and he feels his vision is improving because of them! Sam and his wife, Lumae, serve in Thailand.
Worship Space, Discipleship, Visas, and Small Groups

Join in prayer for these requests from a team on the Asia-Pacific Region:

  • Pray for a new worship space for two house churches in Bangkok. Their current locations are no longer secure. The hope is one larger place can be found for both churches to use.
  • Pray for Nazarene workers to have intentional discipleship with eight Burmese new believers.
  • Pray that work/travel visas will be granted for two of our leaders.
  • The first Nazarene Myanmar worship service in Singapore will begin on August 28. Pray for this new fellowship.
  • Pray for newly started small groups and churches in Myanmar. Twenty new churches were dedicated this year.
Malaria Prevention
  Pray for the malaria prevention work of Nazarene Compassionate Ministries (NCM) in Kroo Bay, a large slum in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Click here to read more in the summer edition of NCM Magazine.
College Burglary

Philippine Nazarene College was burglarized sometime during the evening of August 19 or early morning of August 20. Leaders request prayer for the following:

  1. Please be in prayer for those who lost valuables in the burglary.
  2. Pray for those investigating the crime that they would have wisdom in following up leads.
  3. Pray for those who committed the crime.
  4. Pray for staff as they work through recovery of documents and replacement of equipment.
August Missionary Prayer Focus

Today brings opportunity to pray for these missionaries who are part of the August Prayer Focus:

Shelley and David Webb, serving in Costa Rica
Please pray for:

  • The ongoing ministry preparation at Seminario del los Américas (SENDAS) where 1,000 students take courses
  • The Costa Rica North and Central Districts as they seek to build God’s Kingdom in their Jerusalem
  • Those on our districts who feel God’s call on their lives; that they would hear and be obedient to Him
  • Our upcoming home assignment and that we would be effective in sharing what God is doing and wants to do in the world through missions.

Phil Steigleder

  Retired missionary Phil Steigleder’s family says he is in declining health and hospice has been called in. Pray for comfort for Phil and peace for his loved ones during this time. Phil served with his late wife, Mary, in South Africa from 1952-1988.
Emily Ray
  Please pray for Emily Ray as she recovers from surgery, which has been slowed by complications. Doctors remain hopeful that she will make a full or near full recovery.    Pray also for Emily's son, Carl, who needs the Lord's healing touch on his own body.
Emily is a retired missionary who served for many years with her late husband, Harold, in the countries of Argentina and Guatemala.

Addie Garman

  Pray for retired missionary Addie Garman as she recovers from surgery. The initial post-surgery report is promising. Addie and her husband, Larry, served in Peru from 1964-2008.
John Seaman
  Pray for former missionary John Seaman as he deals with health issues. John and his wife, Linda, served from 1976-2003 in the countries of Cote d’Ivorie and Martinique. John currently serves as the superintendent of the Michigan District (USA).

Family of Samuel Hynd

  Retired missionary Samuel Hynd passed away on August 18. A service will be held on August 27 in Manzini, Swaziland. Pray for the Hynd family. Daughter Elizabeth says that her father passed without illness or pain. He was 92 and before retiring in 1978, he served for 28 years in Swaziland with his first wife, the late Rosemarie, and his second wife, the late Phyllis.
Family of Olga Coetzer
  Retired missionary Olga Coetzer passed away on August 17. A memorial service was held on August 23 in Upington, South Africa. Pray for the Coetzer family. Olga served with her late husband, Jacobus “Chris”, on the Africa South Field.
Thank you for praying.

O slow of heart to believe and trust in the constant presence
and overruling agency of our almighty Savior!

—Adoniram Judson (1788-1850), American missionary to Burma (now Myanmar)

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