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Daily Prayer Points from our Prayer Diary:

12 August 2020

 

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Prayer Unions

It has always been known that the Faith Mission Prayer Unions have been the back bone of the work of the Faith Mission.  Only a few people are needed to come together and to pray regularly for the Faith Mission work, to form a Prayer Union.  The groups may meet in a church building, a community hall, or in a person’s home.  The location is unimportant, so too is the hour.  Some gather together during the morning, as members are retired, other groups may meet at night.  They are scattered across each district of the Faith Mission and not only do they pray for the work, but they also help in practical means too.  Quite often they are the people who are burdened for their own area and will request that a Gospel mission or event should be arranged.  On many occasions they will support the mission in practical means to ensure the smooth running of the Gospel campaign.

When a mission or event concludes, quite often the new converts are invited to join the Prayer Unions.  Just like a baby’s first cry, many a new Christian has uttered their first public words in prayer in a Prayer Union gathering.  This is much to the delight and encouragement of the others who have gathered. Young believers have also been encouraged to dig into the Word and have been asked by the Prayer Union leader to bring a little thought from the Bible for the next meeting.  Many new believers have grown in their faith through the nurture in such a group.

Local conferences, or rallies are arranged to bring ministry and updates to these small groups.  Up-to-date reports from the field inspire such praying people to continue in prayer, as they hear of how God has already answered prayer.

For details of your nearest Prayer Union, contact your nearest Faith Mission District Superintendent.

It has always been known that the Faith Mission Prayer Unions have been the back bone of the work of the Faith Mission.  Only a few people are needed to come together and to pray regularly for the Faith Mission work, to form a Prayer Union.  The groups may meet in a church building, a community hall, or in a person’s home.  The location is unimportant, so too is the hour.  Some gather together during the morning, as members are retired, other groups may meet at night.  They are scattered across each district of the Faith Mission and not only do they pray for the work, but they also help in practical means too.  Quite often they are the people who are burdened for their own area and will request that a Gospel mission or event should be arranged.  On many occasions they will support the mission in practical means to ensure the smooth running of the Gospel campaign.

When a mission or event concludes, quite often the new converts are invited to join the Prayer Unions.  Just like a baby’s first cry, many a new Christian has uttered their first public words in prayer in a Prayer Union gathering.  This is much to the delight and encouragement of the others who have gathered. Young believers have also been encouraged to dig into the Word and have been asked by the Prayer Union leader to bring a little thought from the Bible for the next meeting.  Many new believers have grown in their faith through the nurture in such a group.

Local conferences, or rallies are arranged to bring ministry and updates to these small groups.  Up-to-date reports from the field inspire such praying people to continue in prayer, as they hear of how God has already answered prayer.

For details of your nearest Prayer Union, contact your nearest Faith Mission District Superintendent.