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This is a hugely important issue for Canada, and for the world. Please be in prayer and thought about how we... http://t.co/3q9soPJFuj
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24-7 Prayer Stanford tweets:
Looking forward to hosting another café in our local school today- living out the student team values of #family #fun #prayer
24-7 Prayer Stanford tweets:
So excited to have @cmelwills share some thoughts & teaching on prophesy this weekend- nearly 30 booked in so far #expectant
Looking to get started with Prayer Spaces in Schools? Join the Diocese of Hereford, 2nd Dec (1.30pm or 7pm): http://t.co/3pRFdbIAw1
What Students Pray: “Help me with my life, friends and what’s ahead.”
24-7 Gebed / Prayer tweets:
...dan zal IK vanuit de hemel horen, hun zonden vergeven en hun land GENEZEN #2Kro714. Toffe actie. Roadtrip @247prayerNL BLIJ MEE !!
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Filmed all around the world, the series will look at what it means when God comes near: throughout history and in our lives today. Presented by inspirational leaders connected with the 24-7 family, this 22 part series (we'll be resting on the sabbath) kicks off on Monday December 1st (obviously...)
Check out the trailer below...
The recent outbreak of fighting in South Sudan has affected much of the nation. Individuals are being forced to relocate, medical centers are hindered, including centres that help South Sudanese men and women affected by HIV. Two centers in the capital were forced to close down. Almost 1,500 patients fled, their whereabouts unknown.
HIV is a stigma. Those who have contracted the virus are outcasts in society. Many live in denial of the disease and those who have it are highly discriminated against. One woman said, “Many people fear to come close because they fear they will contract HIV.” Community leaders will force a woman who has HIV to leave her home; yet, if the man has HIV, she must stay there to take care of him. Discrimination is also carried out through civil service. Many people with HIV have been laid off.
Care is hard to come by with the shortage of medicine and humanitarian aid. Transportation alone is a factor. The cost for a patient just to get to a clinic prevents many from receiving treatment. Those who are receiving treatment are deemed “lucky.” However, the clinics often run out of medicine before treatment is completed.
I don’t quite have the words to express how I’m feeling right now. I don’t have the words to explain what I just witnessed, but I feel compelled to write, compelled to communicate what is happening so close to home, for many of us.
Everyone knows there’s gang fight in Manenberg, there always has been, it’s almost boring, right? At least that’s how it seems. But there is a war going on in Manenberg that is SO evil, SO unfair…so destructive to an entire community, and yet no one is taking any notice.
I’m calling the church to pray.
Naziheen. An Arabic word describing people who have been displaced. More than 543,000 naziheen from Iraq have traveled hundreds of miles to flee from the hand of radical extremists — and they’ve flooded into neighbouring countries.
Those who have managed to settle in a place like Dohuk, a northern Iraqi Kurdish city, are living under trees and bridges, sleeping in churchyards, unfinished buildings, parks, and schools. Nearly 20,000 families are occupying the city’s elementary schools, and another 50,000 children are living in classrooms. There is not enough food, blankets, toilets — not enough of anything — to accommodate the masses. The situation is critical and its effects far reaching. For instance, local Kurdish students haven’t even been able to begin their school semester.
“Motels and hotels are filling up, as well,” one hotel owner said. “The naziheen come with enough money for the first month’s rent; when they run out, they beg to stay.”
So all year we're celebrating 24-7 Prayer's 15th birthday and 15th year of non stop prayer. And we're 3 months in to our celebratory smartphone wallpaper give aways! Hurrah!
If you want to read more about our 15 years and all we've seen God do, you can check out the pretty impressive infographic we put together here.
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