Emergency Relief

Times of disaster bring uncertainty, fear and disorientation. We want to continue to intercede for people who are currently in a state of helplessness at the moment. You can be a part of the relief efforts right now.

Take a moment and pray for those who so desperately need our prayers right now. You can also make a difference by giving to the relief fund that will help our missionaries and churches in the region provide essential assistance such as food, water, critical needs, and shelter.

“Never stop praying, especially for others. Always pray by the power of the Spirit. Stay alert and keep praying for God’s people.” Ephesians 6:18

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As you hear the news of the devastation following the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, you may feel a host of emotions - anguish, shock, sorrow, but also numb or overwhelmed. Our souls can only handle so much. But how then can we pray? What can we do? 

“God of compassion, God of all comfort, whose heart is moved at the sight of suffering, please send help and healing to broken hearts and troubled minds. Son of David, have mercy and move in miraculous provision of resources and strength for those in dire need. Holy Spirit, reveal Jesus to many who have yet to encounter their Savior. We ask for your Kingdom of peace and healing and light to come and your will to be done on earth as it is in heaven.” 

May we partner with God in intercession but also in extending His provision, spiritually and tangibly. We will continue to seek out ways we can give towards relief efforts and resource our own missionaries, local agencies, and churches to help care for those impacted by these earthquakes.
Take a moment and pray for those who so desperately need our prayers right now. We want to continue to intercede for people in Ukraine as well as for those in Russia who are currently feeling helpless and betrayed.

Our steadfast, eternal, faithful God, we center our minds and hearts on you as we pray and intercede for the people of Ukraine. We need your wisdom as we pray, to know what to ask for and how to partner with you, our Great Intercessor.

There is great shock and terror. Lord, please bring your strength and peace.

There is unrest and uncertainty. Lord, please be a light in the darkness to guide the way.

There is sorrow and heartache. Lord, please touch hurting hearts with your healing power.
There is confusion and chaos. Lord, please bring your wisdom, guidance, inspiration and strategy.

We thank you, Lord, that You are the King of ALL kings and that you can move leaders’ hearts to do your will. Have your way, Lord.

We thank you, Lord, that you are the Good Shepherd who treads upon the same soil we do - among shards of glass, demolished buildings, blood stained clothes and wailing wounded ones. You are near.

We thank you, Lord, that your heart is moved with compassion and you are near to the broken-hearted. We know that you are right there, in Ukraine, among your beloved people. May they see your face.

So we pray today for Ukraine, but we remember also many other countries and nations who are facing war, terror, oppression, and fear. Son of David, have mercy! We place our trust in you, and you alone.

“And the Holy Spirit helps us in our weakness. For example, we don’t know what God wants us to pray for. But the Holy Spirit prays for us with groaning that cannot be expressed in words.”  
Romans 8:26