Sunday, October 5, 2008

Praise Reports and Prayer Requests from Africa

Liberia - Many thanks to God for sparing the life of Simeon Nyuah, son of Pastor Abraham W. Nyuah, who was bitten by a poisonous snake.

It happened on the closing night of a 14-day revival at the church pastored by Pastor Nyuah.

The church began praying and shared the request with the WNOP. We know that God touched Simeon and he is still alive.

Last month we requested prayer for God's intervention in the security situation in Liberia. Armed robbery had been at an alarming rate in the capital city (Monrovia). Many people, including one of our pastors were victimized. We praise the Lord that the situation is now better.

Botswana - The Ladies Conference resulted in an "Awesome Move" of God. We definitely went to another level. We had representatives from each church in Botswana. We thank God!

Madagascar - During our recent national conference, 1,435 received the Holy Ghost. Thanks for your prayers.

Dem. Rep. of Congo - During the six Provincial Conferences, a total of 265 were filled with the Holy Ghost.

South Africa - Twenty received the Holy Ghost, seven were baptized at a recent crusade in Cape Town. There were also 74 first time visitors.
Lesotho - Pray that we can locate property, building or location for our Ministers Training Center. We also ask that you pray for protection and anointing for the Revival Teams that will be visiting the village Churches.

Republic of Congo (Brazzaville) - We praise the Lord that Regional Missionary Gistophe and family are now on location in Brazzaville. Let's continue to pray for them as they get settled and make the necessary adjustments to this new country. We know we will hear great praise reports in the months ahead.

Reunion - Please pray for the Institut Biblique de la Reunion with 5 staff members and 13 students enrolled thus far for the 2008-2009 school year.Seychelles - A request is being submitted to the government for permission to buy a plot of land consisting of approximately 1800 sq meters.. Pray for a favorable answer from the government.

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