Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Africa Network of Prayer - August 2011

Calendar of Events

01-05 Aug BENIN Ministerial Training Program in Zou Region
06 Aug CONGO (Brazzaville) Local Church Leaders Seminar
05-07 Aug BURKINA FASO Family Life of the Pastoral Couple Seminar with guest teachers: Bro. & Sis. Freeman, Nat'l Superintendent of Togo
05-07 Aug KENYA Coast Region Ladies Convention
06-09 Aug ZIMBABWE Annual National Youth Conference at Kwekwe
07 Aug SIERRA LEONE Pastors' Retreat Lumbley & Calaba Town
07 Aug CONGO (Brazzaville) Big Sunday of churches in Binkarua
09-10 Aug Nigeria National Board Meeting
10-11 Aug CONGO (Brazzaville) Prayer and Fasting for Revival
10-12 Aug MADAGASCAR Region D youth camp, Ambalavao
10-13 Aug LIBERIA Section III Sectional Conference
10-14 Aug KENYA River Yala Youth Convention
11-13 Aug MALAWI General Conference in Blantyre,Guest speaker: Bro. Lavern Smith
11-14 Aug ZAMBIA General Conference, Guest speaker Bro. Bruce Howell, FM Director
12-15 Aug CONGO (Brazzaville) Area Coordinator visit
13 Aug LIBERIA Apostolic Man's Ministry Fellowship
13 Aug TOGO National Board meeting
14 Aug GHANA Ministers & Wives' Appreciation Day
14 Aug GLOBAL Special Focused Prayer for the French-speaking countries in Africa & around the world
15 Aug GHANA ACTS (Bible School) classes begin
15 Aug LIBERIA National Mission Director visit to Guinea
16-18 Aug MADAGASCAR Region D Youth Camp in Mahazoarivo
17-21 Aug GABON National Conference & Sunday School Seminar
18-21 Aug KENYA UPCK General Conference
19-21 Aug BURKINA FASO Prayer Journey Seminar in Bobo
20 Aug Nigeria New Church Dedication
20 Aug SIERRA LEONE Ministers, Pastors, Workers, Deacons and Elders Workshop Seminar
22 Aug TOGO Bible School classes resume
24-26 Aug NIGERIA Ministers' Seminar & Crusade in Jatoeka
24-28 Aug KENYA Mt. Kenya Youth Convention
26 Aug LIBERIA National Ladies Ministries Quarterly meeting
29 Aug BURKINA FASO GATS Bible School Begins

Prayer Requests
"Prayer is the key to Heaven, but faith unlocks the door."

Focus prayer on the fourth day of every month at 1400 hours (2 p.m.) for the 1.2 billion children around the world the world between the ages of 4 and 14. Seventy percent of these children are in the most unreached areas or the World in the 10/40 Window! Let us pray for Africa's Children!


We are very excited! We have received word that four new Bible School students from CAR will be going to the Bible School in Togo. Pray for these young men and all that the Lord has planned for them.


A-Team crusades at end of August, we are believing for 1000 souls to be filled with the Holy Ghost during these special services.


Please pray for church as the government is questioning our church registration. Also, pray for the executive board meeting coming up soon. We are also endeavoring to open a church in the large town of Otjiwarongo.


Please help us pray as we can begin reaching out to the children of Niger. With over 50% of our population 15-years-old and younger, there is a great need for our children to recognize the one, true God. Also, we have 10 people waiting for baptism in the Name of Jesus, but baptism has been delayed because of Cholera outbreak and we are waiting for in the river to be pronounced clear of the disease.


Pray with us for our country. There has been a lot of civil unrest that has led to violence. Fuel shortages are nation wide. Corruption is rampart in government on local and national levels. "If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land" II Chronicles 7:14.

Praise Reports

Our National Board recently met with 4 men requesting to join the UPCI; three of them being former pastors of the Trinitarian doctrine. They have recently seen the revelation of One God and Jesus Name Baptism).

We held our first crusade since arriving in Burkina Faso. It was held in the Wemtenga area, a heavy Muslim populated area. During the course of the weekend, 25 received the gift of the Holy Ghost and 10 were baptized in Jesus Name.

CONGO (Brazzaville)
We thank you for your prayers. The problem that we asked prayer for last month has been resolved. We know it is by the prayers of all of you. May Jesus be blessed!

We appreciate all the prayers that have been prayed for our country, especially the country of Madagascar who prays for Gabon every Tuesday. Prayers are being answered, and we are thankful for the progress of the Work of the Lord here in Gabon.

Completion of another certificate level of GATS -- Pray for these Pastors as they return home that God will mightily use them to impart what they have gleaned from the GATS program.


Bro. David Huston, guest from USA, preached two services at a local church resulting with 19 being baptized and several receiving the Holy Ghost.
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