June Prayer Focus

Oh, that I might have my request, that God would grant what I hope for. - Job 6:8

Even though uncertainty might seem to loom large in our lives, we can still bring our hopes to God. While our partners in India and Nepal work through the COVID crisis, we can continue to bring our shared hope of an end to this pandemic to God.

It is such a privilege to be able to come before God with our thanksgiving and requests. It is such an encouragement to know that He hears us. He knows the desires of our hearts and the burdens of our minds before we put them into words. Yet, still, He listens and delights to hear our prayers.

  1. We continue to lift up frontline healthcare workers in India, Nepal and around the world as countries remain in the grip of COVID-19. Lord, keep them safe, renew their strength. and help them to continue showing care and compassion in the current crisis.

  2. Pray for the discussions with the UK government about the start of the Sunita Project in Nepal in light of delays to the UK Aid Match funding. Pray that a good decision is made to allow the project to start as soon as possible and pray for efforts to maintain essential services in the meantime.

  3. Give thanks for the ability to join together in prayer online with supporters from across the UK and partners overseas. We pray that God will bless and use the prayers of those who join in our quarterly prayers this year.

  4. Give thanks for the dedication of the new 50kV solar installation at Duncan Hospital that adds on to the previous 100kV installation, making this the largest in North Bihar. These wonderful additions support the hospital’s vital healthcare services which are being severely tested during the current COVID-19 crisis.

  5. We pray for the partners of the Chifundo palliative care project in Malawi at Nkhoma Mission Hospital, Mulanje Mission Hospital, David Gordon Memorial Hospital, Palliative Care Support Trust and Palliative Care Association of Malawi. As the project draws to a close, help them to finish well and to celebrate their achievements.