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Walking alongside the local church globally in prayer

At Global Strategy, we believe that prayer changes things, that it moves the heart of God, that it changes us and transforms the world. Your partnership in prayer with Global Strategy and our personnel around the globe are vital to the work we doing, connecting you with God’s work in lives and events in the farthest reaches of the world.

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GLOBAL STRATEGY PRAISES AND PRAYER REQUESTS

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1—Latin America: Please pray for the missionaries that serve in Latin America as they come together for the first time in person. Praise for the Cornwall Church (Bellingham, WA) as they lead sessions on soul care and pour into the missionary kids.

2—Uganda: Praise the Lord for the new churches planted in the northern region.

3—Paraguay: Praise God for the opportunities to share the gospel through three radio and two cable tv stations managed by the Church of God.

4—Belize: Pray for missionaries Alfonso and Elizabeth Ayala, for continued good health and provision for their adult children.

5—Sri Lanka: Please pray for the Church of God pastors and their families to be faithful to the calling even amid the hostile situation in Sri Lanka.

6—Italy: Praise the Lord for the vacation Bible school held recently in Ostia, near Rome. Dozens of children learned about the gospel.

7—UK: Continue to pray for the visa process for missionaries Zach and Audrey Langford. They submitted their application in early June.

8—New Zealand: Pray for the family of missionaries Kris and Megan Gilbert after a tragic auto accident took the life of their sister-in-law.

9—Paraguay: Pray for missionaries Norberto and Nancy Kurrle and family as they travel to the US for the summer.

10—US/Brazil: Pray for missionaries Jonathan and Beth Todd and little Jonah as they sort out medical issues.

11—Côte d’Ivoire: Please pray that the Lord will encourage and unify the women during the Central District Women’s Conference. The conference theme is “A Woman of Distinction” (Esther 5:1-14).

12—Native American Ministries: Pray for Sherman and Kay Critser as they transition out of full-time ministry and a move to a new city.

13—Trinidad & Tobago: Continue to pray for West Indies Theological College (WITC) as they continue the work of accreditation.

14—Tanzania: Pray for the church leaders of the 253 congregations throughout the country.

15—Uganda: Please pray for the Bududa area and the landslides that have occurred. Many people have died, and more are displaced and need help in relocating.

16—Mexico: The InterAmerican conference begins in Saltillo. Pray for the delegates who will arrive from as many as 19 countries for a time of worship, learning, and fellowship.

17—Côte d’Ivoire: Please pray for IBAO students and professors as the 6th IBAO module is in session.

18—Belize: Pray for the two large groups heading to Belize for ministry. Pray that God will be glorified and his people edified.

19—Costa Rica: Eighty years ago, the Church of God movement began work in Costa Rica.

20—Canada: Pray for adult MK Natasha Stevenson as she gets married today.

21—Micronesia: Praise God! The Yap International Christian School just graduated their first class from high school last month!

22—Uganda: Pray for missionary Colleen Stevenson as she undergoes surgery on her parathyroid.

23—Children of Promise: Pray for Paul Maxfield and Mike and Heather Webb as they prepare for the transition in leadership.

24—Globally: Thank you for continued prayers for all our missionary kids (MKs) as they face many transitions and difference phases of life! We are so proud of them.

25—Whitehall Camp (Western PA): A special offering will be held to benefit Timothy’s School in Paraguay. Pray that God’s people would respond to the call to give generously.

26—Kenya: Pray for the KIST Board of Directors as they meet today. Pray also for the students graduating tomorrow.

27—United Kingdom: Pray for continued strength and wisdom for the Egan Road Church leadership as they continue to reach out to their community.

28—Sri Lanka: Pray for the Church of God as they continue with the plan to construct a small community hall in the jungle area of Omadiyamadhu in the northeastern part of the island.

29 – South Sudan: Pray for the refugees in the camps along the border with Uganda.

30 – US/Egypt: Pray for missionary kid Titus Oldham as he prepares to stay in the US and transition to life at an American university and away from his family.

31 – US: Praise the Lord! Missionary kid Jonah Todd’s surgery went well at the end of June. Pray for continued healing.

MOTIVOS DE ORACIÓN Y ACCIÓN DE GRACIAS DE ESTRATEGIA GLOBAL 

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1—América Latina: Favor de orar por los misioneros que sirven en América Latina, los cuales se van a reunir por primera vez de forma presencial. Den gracias por la iglesia Cornwall (Bellingham, WA) que va a realizar seminarios sobre el cuidado del alma e invertir en los hijos de los misioneros.

2—Uganda: Den gracias al Señor por las nuevas iglesias que se han sembrado en la región del norte.

3—Paraguay: Den gracias a Dios por las oportunidades de compartir el evangelio a través de tres emisoras de radio y dos canales de televisión operados por la Iglesia de Dios.

4—Belice: Oren por los misioneros Alfonso y Elizabeth Ayala, para que el Señor les siga brindando buena salud y provisión para sus hijos adultos.

5—Sri Lanka: Favor de orar por los pastores de la Iglesia de Dios y sus familias para que puedan mantenerse fieles al llamado, hasta en medio de la situación hostil en Sri Lanka.

6—Italia: Den gracias al Señor por la escuela bíblica vacacional que se realizó hace poco en Ostia, cerca de Roma. Docenas de niños escucharon el mensaje del evangelio.

7—Reino Unido: Sigan orando por los misioneros Zach y Audrey Langford y por el exitoso proceso de conseguir su visa. Entregaron su solicitud a comienzos de junio.

8—Nueva Zelanda: Favor de orar por los misioneros Kris y Megan Gilbert tras un accidente de tránsito trágico que cobró la vida de su cuñada.

9—Paraguay: Oren por los misioneros Norberto y Nancy Kurrle y por su familia durante su viaje a los EE. UU. para los meses del verano.

10—EE. UU./Brasil: Favor de orar por los misioneros Jonathan y Beth Todd y por el pequeño Jonah porque están enfrentando problemas de salud.

11—Costa de Marfil: Favor de orar para que el Señor anime y unifique a las mujeres que asisten la conferencia de mujeres del distrito central. El lema de la conferencia es “Una Mujer de distinción“ (Ester 5:1-14).

12—Ministerios de los Indígenas de los EE. UU.: Oren por Sherman y Kay Crister en la transición de dejar de servir de tiempo completo en el ministerio y de ir a vivir en otra ciudad.

13—Trinidad y Tobago: Sigan orando por el Instituto Teológico de las Indias Occidentales, el cual sigue en el proceso de acreditación.

14—Tanzania: Oren por los líderes de las 253 congregaciones que se encuentran en todas partes del país.

15—Uganda: Favor de orar por la zona de Budada y los derrumbes que han pasado. Muchos han fallecido y muchos más han quedado desplazados y están buscando dónde vivir.

16—México: La convención de la Confraternidad Interamericana de la Iglesia de Dios comienza hoy en Saltillo. Oren por los delegados que van a llegar desde hasta 19 países para un tiempo de adoración, aprendizaje y compañerismo.

17—Costa de Marfil: Favor de orar por los estudiantes y profesores del Instituto Bíblico de África Occidental, ya que el sexto módulo está en curso.

18—Belice: Oren por los dos grupos grandes que van a ministrar en Belice. Oren para que Dios sea glorificado y su pueblo edificado.

19—Costa Rica: Hace ochenta años el movimiento de la Iglesia de Dios llegó a Costa Rica.

20—Canadá: Oren por Natasha Stevenson, la hija de los misioneros Stevenson, porque ella se casa el día de hoy.

21—Micronesia: ¡Den gracias a Dios! ¡El primer grupo de estudiantes de la Escuela Cristiana Internacional de Yap se graduó el mes pasado!

22—Uganda: Favor de orar por la misionera Colleen Stevenson, la cual se va a operar de la tiroides.

23—Niños de Promesa: Favor de orar por Paul Maxfield y Mike y Heather Webb, los cuales se están preparando para la transición de liderazgo.

24—Globalmente: Muchas gracias por sus oraciones fieles por los hijos de los misioneros, los cuales están pasando muchas transiciones y diferentes etapas de vida. Nos sentimos muy orgullosos de ellos.

25—Campamento Whitehall (Occidental de Pennsylvania): Esta noche se va a recolectar una ofrenda especial para apoyar la Escuela Timoteo en Paraguay. Oren para que el pueblo de Dios responda al llamado de dar generosamente.

26—Kenia: Oren por la junta directiva de la Escuela de Teología Internacional Kima que se va a reunir el día de hoy. Oren también por los estudiantes que se van a graduar mañana.

27—Reino Unido: Oren para que el Señor le brinde fuerzas y sabiduría al liderazgo de la iglesia Egan Road en sus esfuerzos de seguir alcanzando su comunidad.

28—Sri Lanka: Oren por la Iglesia de Dios, la cual sigue con sus planes para construir un pequeño salón comunitario en la selva de Omadiyamadhu en el noreste de la isla.

29 – Sur de Sudán: Oren por los refugiados que se encuentran en los campamentos por la frontera con Uganda.

30 – EE. UU./Egipto: Oren por Titus Oldham, el hijo de los misioneros Oldham, el cual se está preparando para quedarse en los EE. UU. y hacer la transición a asistir una universidad norteamericana lejos de su familia.

31 – EE. UU.: Den gracias al Señor por le fue bien a Jonah Todd, hijo de los misioneros Jonathan y Beth, en la cirugía que se le hizo a fines de junio. Oren para qur el Señor lo siga sanando.

GLOBAL STRATEGY PRAISES AND PRAYER REQUESTS

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1—United Kingdom: Please pray for the mission team coming from Sequim, WA, to work with the Egan Road Church in Birkenhead.

2—Japan: Pray for the national summer conference taking place now. Please pray for national leader Rev. Noriyuki Aihara.

3—Haiti: Praise God for the donation of equipment that will aid in faster and more accurate diagnoses in the CHOG hospital’s blood lab.

4—Uganda: Pray for the Heritage Christian school as it starts a new year. Praise the Lord for twenty-five years of operation!

5—Paraguay: Continue to pray for missionaries Norberto and Nancy Kurrle and family as they travel in the US for the summer.

6—Belize: Pray for a close friend of Alfonso and Elizabeth Ayala. She is a pastor’s wife whose doctors are trying to identify a physical abnormality.

7—Peru: Please pray for the training seminar for pastors and church leaders taking place over the next three days.

8—Hungary: Pray for pastor Peter Kiss and his wife Rita as they have just welcomed a new baby into their family. Pray especially for continued healing for Rita as she recovers from complications with the birth.

9—Bolivia: Pray for missionaries Paul and Kattia Jones (Tabitha) as they transition back to ministry in Bolivia after their home assignment. Pray for safe travels and good health.

10—Children of Promise: Pray for future leaders to emerge from sponsored children.

11—South Sudan: Please pray that peace takes hold of the country and allows many of the displaced people to move back to their homes.

12—All-Africa Conference: Pray for the planning and logistics for the All-Africa Conference of the Church of God to be held in 2020.

13—Europe–Middle East (Three Worlds): Pray for the Three Worlds team’s service to the region and their local ministries.

14—Japan: Pray for Rev. Rieko Ando, headmaster of Tamagawa Seigakuin, as she discerns and guides the mission of the school.

15—Native American Ministries: Pray for Don and Pat Mink and the church in Alliance, NE, as they minister to a local and transient Native American Lakota population.

16—Yap: Pray for the 42 students finishing up summer school at the Yap International Christian School.

17—Uganda: Please pray for the mission team from four US churches as they arrive in Uganda and work on a tailoring center.

18—Brazil (Amazonia): Pray for the new churches being opened and pray for their work toward the goal of planting a new congregation in each state of the region by 2023. Praise God for lives that are already being changed through this work.

19—Philippines: Pray for the national leaders Charles Viray and Marlene Viray as they learn their new responsibilities in leading the church.

20—Rwanda: Continue to pray for the Ruhengeri church as it strives to maintain its presence as an official church with the government.

21—Haiti: Please continue to pray for improved employment and an atmosphere of peace and stability in the government. Rapid rises in inflation and the devaluation of the Haitian currency continue to add stress to an already stretched economy.

22—Papua New Guinea: Pray for Rev. John Johnston Pande, who was commissioned to begin work in the country by the Asia Pacific Conference, as he works with new believers to organize a church plant for the Church of God.

23—Argentina: Give thanks for the students that have graduated from the Daniel Warner Institute in Posadas, who are serving in a variety of ministries, including missions work overseas.

24—Trinidad and Tobago: Please continue to pray for Reuben and Cindy Thomas and the West Indies Theological College.

25—United Kingdom: Pray for the unity service of Tottenham Community Church of God and the Birkenhead Egan Road Church of God taking place in Birkenhead.

26—Yap: Pray for the teacher training for Yap International Christian School. Also pray for the students as they begin classes in early September.

27—CIID (Latin America): Pray for the Inter-American leadership team as they work toward establishing an online theological training program for leaders around the region.

28—Asia–Pacific: Pray for the Church of God national leaders as they minister to the various congregations and pastors throughout the region.

29—India (Cuttack): Pray for Rev. M.K. Sahu, chairman of the Orissa Church of God Association, church leadership, and the challenges facing the Church of God in India.

30—Europe–Middle East: Pray for the Church of God national leadership as they minister to the various congregations and pastors throughout the region.

31—Congo (DR): Pray for the church elections and seminar taking place this month. Pray for missionary Tim Stevenson and Rev. Abasoola (Uganda) as they go to visit and conduct the seminar and assist with the elections.

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