Mission pARTNERS prayer requests

As a church, we love to pray for God's work around the world. Here are some of the ways you can pray for our partners this month!

North American Mission Board

A record-setting 216 church planters attended the first Send Network Orientation since Vance Pitman introduced new values for the North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) church planting arm in October. Orientation offered the first step for church planting missionaries into Send Network, missionaries who will be planting across North America. The focus was to underscore Send Network’s DNA of kingdom-centered church planting that seeks the proclamation of the gospel throughout North America and, ultimately, the world. Please pray for those that were in attendance in November and for the work they do for Christ.

King's Hill Church

KHC had a men’s retreat November 12-13th. Please pray for the Lord to bring those who attended closer together and to use the weekend to renew their  hearts for Him and His mission.

International Mission Board

“Daniel” and his team recently started meeting with some like-minded expats across town, and they are working towards planting an English-speaking international church with them in the North Africa/Middle East region. Please pray for wisdom and humility as they begin this process. Please also pray that the Lord would call someone to come lead this gathering.

Note: Name is changed and the region is left vague for security reasons.

Mully Children's Family

In 2016 a group of MCF beneficiaries who had just completed grade twelve were offered the opportunity to study the German language. The goal was to qualify to live, study and work in Germany eventually. As a family, the students kick-started their preparations, studying the German language and beginning visa preparations. Due to the challenges of acquiring passports and visas, during the Covid-19 pandemic, the program was halted. However, the Lord God has come through for us, and now we have a reason to smile and joy in Him. Four beneficiaries received their German visas in October 2022 and have since traveled to Germany. One traveled earlier, and he is training in working with robotic machines. This occasion has revived the hopes of the other six beneficiaries in the program to trust and hope in the Lord as they wait patiently for their appointed time. As we give thanks to the Lord for the four who have successfully been enrolled in the vocational training program in the hotel industry in Germany, we also pray for the remaining group of six to keep their hopes alive and that many opportunities will continue to open up for others to travel the world as they work and study.

Promise 686

A small team went to the Foster Care Support Foundation for the Churchwide Service event on November 19th. Please pray for the items processed that day and that they will be a blessing to a family in need.

Wycliffe Bible Translators

The Lindu of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, speak Tado. Earlier this year, the Indonesian Bible Society typeset and printed the Tado New Testament, and the community dedicated the Scriptures in October. Now the Lindu are learning God’s Word! May the people continue to hunger and thirst for the Lord’s righteousness, follow his commands and spread the Good News. Please pray for guidance for church leaders in expanding the Tado Scripture engagement program. Pray for at least two motivated volunteers willing to propel the ministry forward.

North Fulton Community Charities

NFCC provides fresh and non-perishable foods in the pantry as well as toiletries, diapers, paper goods and cleaning products. We would like to lift up those receiving donations and that they would see the love of Christ during this season. 

A Beacon of Hope

Our new Beacon of Hope point of contact is Faith Jewkes. Please pray for her as she starts this new role and that God will move through her.