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"In our first prayer space one of the young boys took off his shoes and said 'This is Holy Ground', Out of the mouths of babes." Volunteer
24-7 Prayer tweets:
What Students Say: "I enjoyed everything because it helped me to speak to God and find time to speak to God."
Pupils' worry: “I’m worried about being lonely” “I’m worried about bullies” “I’m worried about war” "I’m worried about the end of the world”
What Students Say: 'I’m not sure if I believe in God, but I felt someone was with me and I’m not alone.'
A video released Wednesday January 21 by a Nigerian militant group boasted that they were responsible for mass killings in the city of Baga. They also threatened more attacks.
The militants managed to seize thousands of weapons from a Nigerian military base in Baga, then followed by burning thousands of homes, the rampage leaving more than 150 dead.
Below is the first part of a story sent by friends of 24-7 in the Middle East. Stay tuned this week for parts two and three
I met Mohammed at a church meeting in Beirut in the fall of 2012...
“The Bible is full of feasts and festivals where people traveled great distances, often at great expense, to be together and celebrate the story of God.”
Pete Greig, co-founder of 24-7 Prayer
As 24-7 Prayer spreads throughout Asia, Wendy Andrews and her team are rallying people for a gathering in Hong Kong from February 12-14, 2015. This marks the first 24-7 Asia gathering in the history of the 24-7 Prayer movement. While their network is still young and relatively small, Wendy said that people will join them from as far and wide as India to Malaysia to Japan.
“We believe in the value of friendship and the encouragement that we can be as we worship God together and hear one another’s stories,” Wendy said.
It’s nearly two weeks since the awful events that took place in the centre of Paris began with the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Since then one of the largest security operations Europe has ever seen has taken place. Armed soldiers patrol the centre of Paris. Leaders of Governments have fought to understand and legislate for perceived new threats. People have searched for answers and accusations have been made.
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