This week we are inviting you to pray for a number of different Feba projects around the world.

Sunday   Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday    Thursday    Friday    Saturday


SUNDAY 24th April

Arab Women: Women in Arab-speaking countries are being interviewed about articles on the Landais website. Pray that by hearing local women’s voices, other Arab women will feel free to discuss issues affecting them. Pray, too, that through the Landais website, women will become enthusiastic about the person of Jesus.

MONDAY 25th April

Central Asia: Praise God for the sustained commitment of our partners in central Asia who are excited about all that God is doing in their community. Pray that God would continue to motivate them as they seek to bring transformation to this part of the world.

TUESDAY 26th April

Pakistan/Afghanistan: Please pray for everyone affected by the earthquake which shook parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan last October. Pray also that our local partner may provide meaningful support to those they are able to contact.

WEDNESDAY 27th April

Tanzania: Give thanks for a successful and enlightening feasibility study into a potential community FM station. Pray God’s blessing on the Anglican Church of Tanzania as they pursue this possibility.

THURSDAY 28th April

Bangladesh: Please continue to pray for the team behind The Jacob Project as they continue to work through a period of transition. Please pray that God provides the team with a sense of his guidance as they look towards the future of their work.

FRIDAY 29th April

Tibet: In November, Gaweylon celebrated 25 years of broadcasts to Tibetan speakers in India, Nepal and Bhutan. Praise God that this ministry has been operating for so long, reaching many listeners with messages of good news.

SATURDAY 30th April

Philippines: Give thanks for First Response Radio Philippines (FRR PH), which sent a team to Aurora province in the wake of Typhoon Koppu to broadcast life-saving information to the thousands of people affected. Please pray for the restoration of damaged communities