11 FEBRUARY 2020
Please Join Us Today in Prayer
We believe in the power of prayer to heal sickness, to provide for families, to surround believers with a hedge of protection, and to change lives for the better. God’s Word tells us that all believers can go boldly unto the throne of grace in times of need, whether those needs be our own or those of others. Please join us in praying for others around the world.
Who We’re Praying For Today
Nigeria: The Shalom Center, a long-awaited trauma center in Nigeria from Open Doors, started operations in March 2019 after it was delayed by a year due to challenges with security in the area. The center is intended as a place where people who have suffered various kinds of trauma can come for extended care to find peace. Since opening on March 1, the center has trained trainers and provided weekly in-depth care to survivors of violent attacks. Pray for discernment as the team works through all the preparations to grow the center and expand counseling and care initiatives.
Uganda: Pray for Christians in Uganda who are persecuted for leaving Islam. Many who convert have to leave their homes, jobs and communities. Read more on International Christian Concern.
NIGERIA: NO PLACE TOO DIFFICULT
Paul Childers from The University of the Nations for Youth With a Mission (YWAM) shares stories of radical militants in Nigeria meeting Jesus and committing their lives to His service — even at great cost.
NIGERIAN CHRISTIANS DESCRIBE PERSECUTION
UGANDA: CHALLENGES FOR THE CHURCH
“Brother Steven” is a church leader from the nation of Uganda, a country where more than 80% of the people identify themselves as Christians but where some areas are almost entirely Muslim and even pushing for Sharia law. Steven says Muslims in the country have an aggressive strategy to recruit Christians to convert to Islam, and he shares how Christians are responding.
STORIES OF CHRISTIAN PERSECUTION: SUSAN IN UGANDA
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