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Prayer Update!

Prayer Update!

In the time since our prayer meeting last week, much has happened!

The following update came to us from New Delhi:

“Thank you all for praying!  We got the Outreach Center!  A down payment has been made on it.  We will take full possession on March 31.  This is really an incredible open door.  We are so grateful for our partners who gave to the project.  I can’t stop smiling!  Looking forward to the future in our permanent space in the RLD of Delhi!  Praise the Lord!”

The Project Rescue staff in New Delhi has connected with a centre in a suburb of Delhi that operates and aftercare home for women who are victims of human trafficking.  “Kay” is very close to leaving GB road and will go to visit this home on Thursday.  Pray for guidance and direction for  Kay and the staff, and  please pray that she will feel comfortable and want to stay.  Pray also that resources of workers and funding would come, so that PR Delhi would be able to start their own program for women.

“Jay” has returned to her village to visit her family after 5 years.  She left home when she was 15 years old because she didn’t want to get married.  A “friend” of her told her of a job in Delhi.  Together they took the train to Delhi.  Her friend then took her to the RLD where she has been forced to work for the last 5 years.  Her family doesn’t even know about her son, one of our boys at the home.  So please pray for Jay as she is trying to reconnect with her family and decide what she wants to do about her future.  Jay does not want to return to GB Road.

Please continue to pray for “May”.  We also shared about the possibility of May visiting Rahab Centre.  Please pray that God continues to work in May’s heart.

One of the girls “Tina” was removed from the girls’ home in New Delhi in April 2012.  Her mother removed her on the premise that she was going to her brother’s wedding and would return in 15 days.  The PR staff has not seen her since and has tried repeatedly to find her and get in contact with her family.  She was 14 years old and one of the most “at-risk” girls and the fear was that Tina had been trafficked.  Many have been praying for Tina’s safety and that she would return to the home.  Last week, Tina called the home to say that she is safe and is staying with her brother in her village.  Project Rescue asks for prayer that she would return to the girls’ home once again.  She is very near and dear to their hearts and has been through so much in her 14 years.  Please pray that God would keep her in safety, and that she would be able to return to the Project Rescue home soon.