Praying for each other

If you have a special prayer request, or you’d simply like some friends in ministry to pray for you, email [email protected]

If you have a special prayer request, or you’d simply like some friends in ministry to pray for you, email [email protected] If requested, the prayer needs you share will be kept confidential, but all heaven promises to get involved!

We may not know each other personally, but we share a mission and ministry. We need one another’s prayers more than anything else.

Our prayers allow us to join Him in His activity and plans. And in certain ways in this great controversy, He has limited Himself from doing some things unless we ask in prayer. “It is part of God’s plan to grant us, in answer to the prayer of faith, that which He would not bestow did we not thus ask." (The Great Controversy, p. 525). "Yet you do not have because you do not ask." (James 4:2, NKJV). 

In this issue you’re invited to pray especially for the ministry spouses in the Egypt Field. They represent countless gifts and gracious ministry to those around them. Someday you will get acquainted with them in heaven and realize you prayed for very special friends you didn’t know yet! I encourage you to pray by name for Delma, Magda, Hadassa, Claudia, Natalia, Joyce, Huda, Neveen, Gimela, Labiba, Eman, Arah, and Nermeen. Also, pray for other women doing ministry and mission throughout Egypt and Sudan. Most of all, let us lift up Jackline as she copes with Mina's death; let's embrace her with our prayer care. May God hold her close; may she sit quietly in His comfort while we pray for her to have strength to meet each day and to continue to be used by Him.