15 Nov U COUNT NOVEMBER 2016 PRAYER NOTES
Praise and Prayer
Your prayers COUNT!
Greetings from Delhi!
Thank you so much for taking out your precious time and praying for the requests and updates I sent last time. I was so very encouraged & strengthened receiving your assurances to pray for each of our needs… – Project Rescue New Delhi Director
Pray for local agencies working on service gaps in our community for identified victims of commercial sexual exploitation. The biggest gap is for housing, particularly emergency and long term treatment foster care homes for minors.
From our partners in New Delhi:
We are desperate for God’s intervention, please pray for:
Ben, a 6 year old boy undergoing urology treatment from RML Hospital in Delhi. Treatment requires a certain procedure requiring a 15 day hospital stay. Ben’s mother had been informed about his treatment but now we have been unable to reach her to let her know about his hospitalization and get her consent. The Child Welfare Committee gave us the authorization to do what the doctors have suggested in the best interest of the child. We will be taking care of Ben for the entire time he is hospitalized and later, too. We request your prayers for Ben’s treatment and the Suraksha Team who would be attending to him in this period.
Two of our kids who are being treated by psychiatrist for mental illness and one for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Vocational Training with the ladies in the RLD. They are learning to make greeting cards on handmade paper using block print technique. They have consignment to deliver 1500 cards by mid November
Crucial: Cook & caregivers for Suraksha home, Outreach workers & doctor for the Outreach Centre and a driver
Availability of Land & Finance to construct permanent Children’s Home
I twisted my ankle and have ligament injury. My cast is off and I am on physiotherapy and need to wear ankle braces for couple of months. This has restricted my mobility
The only male caregiver’s wife passed away last month
Major police crackdown at the Red Light Area (PTL), but its making our work very difficult. Most of the women are operating from elsewhere in the city