God wants us to pray without ceasing and there is a lot to pray about. So to start getting in the habit, every day or so, some prayer requests and praises from around the world will be posted here. So please take a few moments to stop and pray.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Praise Reports

So here are a few of praise reports from around the world. Just a great reminder that God is working in mighty ways every where!!!

1) An Christian Pastor from Iran was set free from prison recently. He was charged on blasphemy against Islam. he was sent to prison for a year but God made a way for him to be set free!! He still needs pryer however because he will have a trail soon.

2) Russia: The Kiev prayer center received 3,412 calls and 213 letters/emails/text messages resulting in 115 decisions for Christ. Also, 109 cell groups were established.

1,800 people received help through the elderly care ministry, and 4,370 children benefited from humanitarian projects.

3,622 young people and church leaders attended Bible training seminars in Ukraine.

OP provided funds for remodeling the recreational center in Gyumri. At-risk youth now have rooms where they can play games, fellowship, and watch Christian programs.

3) Latin America: During the past month across the region, 147,183 people benefited from humanitarian aid and 4,296 from ministry-related outreaches. Also, 4,536 calls were answered. Through all these efforts, 3,874 committed their lives to Christ.

Brazil: 3,340 students at 7 different schools heard lectures on the importance of finishing school through the “Life Skills for Teens” project.

Costa Rica: A training program for poverty-stricken women was started in Limon. Through this outreach, the group is receiving baking lessons to equip them with a trade for generating income. Also, the women are helped with their spiritual life. Through the Bible lessons, they are learning about God and will have the opportunity to give their lives to Him.

Guatemala: During the “Light and Truth” outreach at the community center in Zacapa, Operation Blessing (OB) coordinated a martial arts activity. The children heard a message on how this sport can be used for fitness, discipline, and self-defense.

1,203 children are given cereal, milk, and oatmeal every morning before school through the Mana Project in Zacapa. They also pray, sing, and hear messages from the Bible.

Honduras: OB’s national anti-parasite campaign was launched with plans to reach 95,000 school children.

Peru: We trained 50 pastors and church leaders who will be answering calls at our new prayer center.



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