Prayer Points 21 March 2021
Mandarin CE – Pray for our ZBCS congregation as they continue through their run of Christianity Explored. One elderly participant sustained a fall. Pray for his recovery and for continued participation where possible. Pray for opportunities to share the gospel with our Mandarin speaking community.
Children’s Ministry – Pray for our CM staff and CD teachers as they continue to manage many things weekly. Pray for 11 more members to step forward to be trained as CD teachers to provide quality Bible lessons, while ensuring both COVID-19 and safeguarding protocols.
Home Ministry – Seniors360 is planning to resume activities next month and Tuition Ministry has already commenced. Pray that their need for more members to step forward to serve (see p.8) will be met and that their ministries will continue reaching many for Christ.
Mdm Kuan Lin Sau, aged 87 (Moh Han’s mother) – Thank God she is well enough to be discharged from SGH acute ward to a community hospital. She still experiences breathlessness during her physiotherapy sessions. Pray for continued healing and for the blood in her phlegm to clear.
Pastor Alby – Thank God for a smooth second surgery on 17 Mar. Pray for his time of recovery and for the success of the two surgeries to restore more functionality to his right hand.
East India – Praise God that COVID-19 restrictions are being relaxed gradually as the pandemic situation improves here. Our partner S, reports that they are able to conduct a retreat for 20 workers to fellowship and pray for their ongoing work this year. Additionally, they are able to resume their 1-year residential training for 35 potential workers at their campus in March. Pray for journey mercies and safety from COVID-19 for these students coming to their campus from various states in India.
South India – Brother B, who had his left foot amputated after a bus hit him in Feb, was close to losing his other leg due to infection and complications from diabetes. Thank God for a Christian doctor who performed a skin graft. He is now healing well. Continue to pray that his healing will continue and not be hindered by his diabetes.
Myanmar – Amidst the turmoil, pray for God’s peace and wisdom for fellow believers as they navigate through the uncertainties of the current situation. May the Lord give hope to those who are feeling hopeless. May our fellow brethren be strong and courageous, as they wait upon the Lord. Pray for peacemakers and a peaceful resolution of the conflict here so that no more Myanmar people are killed.