Friday, August 1st, 2014

All posts in Prayer Blog

We join Billy Graham in praying for the lost

By Franklin Graham, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association My father can no longer take walks or kneel in the woods to pray. His eyesight has dimmed and his conversations are…

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Two missionaries from Samaritan’s Purse test positive for Ebola

Two Americans working to battle Ebola in Liberia, including a Samaritan’s Purse doctor, have tested positive for the terrible virus and are fighting for their lives. Dr. Kent…

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Prayers for Christian missionaries around the world

We serve the God who calls people unto Himself and then sends them out as ambassadors of His Son, Jesus Christ, that the world He so loves might…

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A call to prayer for Iraq

By Rob Weingartner For the community that is The Outreach Foundation, the painful developments that are unfolding in Syria, Palestine and Iraq are personal, personal because many of…

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Take action to help Iraqi Christians and other refugees

By Kristin Wright The onslaught of ISIS jihadists in Iraq has ignited a refugee crisis of vast proportions. Among those targeted are Iraqi Christians, who face an increasingly…

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Call for prayer after death of 295 in Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 tragedy

By Reuben Walker The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) has called for prayers after 295 people, including 27 Australians, died in the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 near…

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Pray for peace

Holy, holy, holy Lord, God of power and might, heaven and earth are full of your glory. We acknowledge that you hold the whole world in your hands…

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Lifting prayers for Israel

Why the Israel-Palestine conflict is spiraling into the worst violence in years By Zack Beauchamp On Monday night, between 5 and 12 people were killed in Israeli airstrikes in the…

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Prayers needed: more Christians die in church attacks in Nigeria; government demolishes Christian church in Sudan

By Open Doors The suffering of Christians in Nigeria under the Boko Haram insurgency continued over the weekend with another Sunday attack. At least 30 people were confirmed…

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Celebrating Dependence Day

By Bill Crowder In the US, the Fourth of July is a national holiday when outdoor grills are heated up; beaches are packed; and cities and towns have…

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