11 Apr U COUNT APRIL 2014 PRAYER NOTES
Praise and Prayer
Dixie and Ron Kee’s daughter, Angie, who lives in Cambodia with her husband and daughters is doing amazingly well following recent surgery, and will return to Thailand this month for a pet scan. Pray that it will be clear and that no further treatment will be needed!
The Suraksha children in Delhi were the highest scoring children in their classes in recent exams and all of them had improved! What a blessing it is that God is helping them to succeed and to get a good education, which will open up opportunities for rewarding work in the future.
Pray for 8 year old “Ashley” in Delhi, who has been weak and in pain due to an infection. Pray for her healing, and for the rest of the kids to remain in good health.
Pray that a Christian counselor would be found to come into the girls and boys homes each month to help the children deal with grief and other issues.
Continue to pray for the new director of Suraksha. Pray that God would give clarity in all decision making with the recent changes, and for favor with government officials and resources.
Pray for the workers at the Outreach Center in the RLD. Pray for protection at all times for them, and for clear decision making when challenging situations arise.
Please keep “L”, a woman who has helped in the office, in your prayers. Her kidneys are not functioning, and she is on regular dialysis. She needs miraculous intervention in her life.
April 10th and 11th are the dates for the first Orphan Care Summit in Ethiopia. The main sponsor and coordinator is Make Your Mark Ethiopia, with roots in North Carolina (http://www.mymministries.org).
Please pray for the 500+ attendees who are coming; pray for God’s spirit to be at work and cultivating a desire to Make Their Mark in caring for the orphan with their church, family and lives. The goal is to get 10,000 (and more) street children in believer’s homes where they will be loved and cared for and be nurtured in a walk with Jesus Christ. In Ethiopia there are 5.5 million orphans! Over 100,000 children live on the streets!