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U COUNT JANUARY 2017 PRAYER NOTES

U COUNT JANUARY 2017 PRAYER NOTES

From our partners in New Delhi:

Need special prayers for one of our 7 year old boys – Alex (name changed), who has been diagnosed with ADHD…. he is turning very violent of late. Almost every day we receive complaints about his deeds from the school. We are waiting to refer him to a clinical child psychologist soon.

 

Please pray for our U COUNT Spotlight Weekend January 28/29 at both Fort Collins and Windsor Campuses:

  • that trafficking awareness will educate people about the crime and encourage action against it
  • that Marketplace products sales will be successful
  • that those in attendance will give generously to our 2017 Projects

This is a huge event that requires a lot of volunteer hours – please pray for our wonderful U COUNT Team!

 

Pray for the Men’s Event January 30 –

“Put Up” and Other Things Men Must Do To Fight The Battle Against Trafficking

Chris Bruno – Speaker

 

As we begin the new year let us commit to pray:

 

Domestic:

For proactive investigations that recover exploited and trafficked youth in Northern Colorado and preventative measures embraced by school districts and those working with vulnerable youth.

 

Global:

  • For health, wisdom, strength, and spiritual discernment for all the directors at our partner sites: India, Nepal, Spain, Central Asia
  • For breakthrough healing – spiritual, emotional and physical – for the women and children at these sites
  • For a global miracle of spiritual and moral consiousness to take place resulting in less demand
  • For more exploiters to be brought to justice
  • For higher standard living levels, education and employment opportunities in impoverished countries
  • For global leaders to confront and fight trafficking and the commercial sex industry in their countries
  • For a heightened sense of community care and responsible action against trafficking everywhere

 



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