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Prayer Lifeline—October 21, 2014


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Thanks again for your fervent prayers!

PRAISES

Argentina: Don and Glenda Moon thank God for allowing them to speak into the hearts, lives, and ministries of pastors and missionaries preparing to serve around the world. Don recently taught a class on team building to 25 students ranging in age from 18 to 65. Remember these singles, young families, and retirees as they dedicate their lives to the Great Commission.

Bolivia: Amy Schmidt is teaching the Bible for 30 minutes a week to two second-grade classes in a public school in Tarija. Pray for Amy as she builds relationships with the students, and pray that the second graders will be changed by the power of God’s Word.

Mexico: The Lord answered your prayers as Mark and Serena Dunbar held the first theological education class in Monterrey and as they traveled to Matehuala and Abasolo to explore the use of online classes. Four students showed up on time (unusual in Mexico) to study in Monterrey, the theological committee and potential students in Matehuala agreed to hold “live” classes, and the committee in Abasolo decided to have those classes led by another committee member. Keep praying for creativity and safety for Mark and Serena as they oversee TEE outreach in Mexico and lead the centers in Saltillo, Monterrey, and Matehuala.

REQUESTS

Honduras: The Transcrisur team’s new welding program in Choluteca will graduate a class of 20 students in November. Students like Yader and Eduardo would not have the opportunity to learn a skill without this ministry or the scholarships offered through the program. Please pray that the scholarship accounts for both students ($700 per student per year) and staff will remain funded so Hondurans can receive a quality vocational education to be equipped to provide for themselves and their families.

Japan: The number of young people attending church in Japan is decreasing because of students’ over commitment to school and outside activities such as sports and music. Lift up the pastors and missionaries in Japan as they think outside the box and brainstorm ways to connect with youth and bring the gospel to busy people.

Mexico: Mark and Serena Dunbar request prayer for an open door for the gospel in northern Mexico. They know God has placed them in their suburb for a reason, but they have not sensed much of a spiritual interest yet. May the Lord provide them with the hope and encouragement they need during this time.

The Call Prayer Calendar (October 19-25): Praise God for the open hearts of Juan Carlos and Dalia, who are eager to become disciples of Jesus Christ. (This request was taken from the latest issue of The Call, WGM’s official magazine.)

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