Here are the daily prayer points :
Sunday – Puerto Rico
-The district office and AG Bible school have been severely damaged
-In the words of Superintendent Ivan De La Torre, “The island has been destroyed.”
Monday – Mexico
-Two massive earthquakes have devastated Oaxaca and Mexico City.
-Our missionaries are safe, but many churches have been devastated.
Tuesday – Southern Asia
-Record monsoon rains across India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh.
-The UN reports more than 1,200 dead, and 40 million impacted.
Wednesday – Cuba and the Caribbean
-Many left devastated after the series of powerful hurricanes.
-Cuba especially has infrastructure problems as pastors attempt to rebuild house churches.
Thursday – Texas
-Houston and South Texas continue to rebuild after Harvey.
-Two dozen AG churches affected.
Friday – Florida
-90% of homes in the Keys were damaged
-1 in 4 homes in the Keys were destroyed.
Saturday – Northwest Wildfires
-Fires have spread through Montana and the Northwest.
Mark your calendars for this year’s prayer gatherings.
SYATP 2017 is Wednesday, September 27.
All around the globe, in every time zone, students will be gathering at their flagpoles, praying for their school, friends, families, churches, and communities. SEE YOU AT THE POLE is a day committed to global unity in Christ and prayer for your generation.
Pray-Tell Ministries – August 26-27 with Ron Auch
Road to Powerful Prayer
The “Road to Powerful Prayer” is designed to give people all the basic tools they will need for cultivating a well-developed prayer life.
Saturday August 26 ~ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Sunday August 27 ~ 10:00 am service and 6:00 pm Night Prayer Clinic
This is the most requested conference we do. It not only helps the individual develop their prayer life – it simultaneously strengthens the churches coorporate prayer life.
Some of the issues covered are-
The necessity of prayer
The results of prayer
Satan and prayer
…and many more vital aspects of prayer
SPECIAL TOUCH GET AWAY
WIS / N. MICH • JUNE 26-30
Spencer Lake Christian Center, Waupaca, WI
Coord: Rev. Charlie & Debbie Chivers
What is a Get Away?
It’s five days, in residence, camp-style retreat for people with intellectual or physical disabilities to find fellowship with others in a Christian atmosphere.
What are the facilities like?
While the facilities at each Get Away vary, special care has been given to select facilities that will best fit the special needs of our guests. Each Get Away has various activities such as: swimming, fishing, crafts, boat rides, sports, games, hayrides, bonfires, petting zoos, and local interests.
What are some of the features of a Get Away?
What you can expect at each Get Away is functionally appropriate programming for people with physical or intellectual disabilities, professional medical staff, and compassionate volunteer caregivers provided for ages 10 and up – families are welcome (Inquire about family discounts).
What is the staff like?
Each of our Get Aways has trained caregivers, a full-time nursing staff, with a low guest to staff ratio.
What is the cost for all this?
The guests’ tuition for each Get Away vary based upon the cost of renting each facility and state requirements. Our fees are much lower than the national average for similar programs. We work very hard to make sure that each guest pays the lowest price possible. We have early registration and family discounts.