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00:01 GMT Standard Time - Monday 05 March 2012 2012Middle East and North Africa, Ethiopia, Africa Prayer Booklets Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Sunday 04 March 2012 2012Middle East and North Africa, Egypt, Sudan, Africa, Myanmar, Burma, South and East Asia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Holy Land, Central Asia Prayer Booklets Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Saturday 03 March 2012 2012Eritrea, Middle East and North Africa, Africa Prayer Booklets Preview
13:00 GMT Standard Time - Friday 02 March 2012 2012Middle East and North Africa, Syria Humanitarian crises/needs, News/Appeal, Political Change/Unrest, Project Update Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Friday 02 March 2012 2012Middle East and North Africa, Egypt Prayer Booklets Preview
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00:01 GMT Standard Time - Thursday 01 March 2012 2012Cuba Prayer Booklets Preview
15:00 GMT Standard Time - Wednesday 29 February 2012 2012South and East Asia, Lao, People's Democratic Republic News Article, Religious Freedom, Actions by the Authorities Preview
11:40 GMT Standard Time - Wednesday 29 February 2012 2012Iran, Middle East and North Africa Actions by the Authorities, News Article, Religious Freedom, Threats/Attacks Against People Preview
11:00 GMT Standard Time - Wednesday 29 February 2012 2012Middle East and North Africa, Tunisia News Article, Political Change/Unrest, Legal Issues/Legislation Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Wednesday 29 February 2012 2012Colombia, South America Prayer Booklets Preview
10:00 GMT Standard Time - Tuesday 28 February 2012 2012Africa, Nigeria News Article, Threats/Attacks Against People, Attacks on Property Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Tuesday 28 February 2012 2012South and East Asia, China Prayer Booklets Preview
15:00 GMT Standard Time - Monday 27 February 2012 2012Kazakhstan, Central Asia News Article, Legal Issues/Legislation, Actions by the Authorities, Religious Freedom Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Monday 27 February 2012 2012Myanmar, Burma, South and East Asia Prayer Booklets Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Sunday 26 February 2012 2012Egypt, Middle East and North Africa, Africa, China, South and East Asia, Nigeria Prayer Booklets Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Saturday 25 February 2012 2012Bangladesh, South and East Asia Prayer Booklets Preview
11:00 GMT Standard Time - Friday 24 February 2012 2012Middle East and North Africa, Syria News/Appeal, Political Change/Unrest, Humanitarian crises/needs Preview
00:01 GMT Standard Time - Friday 24 February 2012 2012Azerbaijan, Central Asia Prayer Booklets Preview
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    • Pray for the friends and family of Beatrice Mukashaka, an 18-year-old Christian woman, who was hacked to death in a savage attack by Muslims during an overnight prayer meeting at a church in Uganda. A group of around 20 Christians had gathered at the church in Kyegegwa district for their regular Friday night prayer session when armed Muslims burst into the building at around 2am. Please pray for all who mourn for Beatrice and that the assailants will be brought to justice. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed 11 hours ago

    • Churches in Christian-majority Burundi are facing the unfamiliar situation of political restriction by their own government because of a new law passed in August that requires each church to have at least 500 members and a proper building. Congregations have a year in which to comply with the new regulations. Although intended to reduce some scandalous practices, the law is strangely reminiscent of the strict regimes of Central Asia. Pray that religious liberty will be maintained in Burundi, both for Christians and for the small minorities who follow other religions. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Fri, Oct 2014 00:00

    • Pray for eight Cameroonian missionaries who have been harshly reminded of the cost of sharing the Gospel in their country during a training seminar to equip them for ministry. Barnabas had helped to fund a series of seminars, and on the final day of the last seminar they heard that Jean-Marcel Kesvere, another Cameroonian missionary, who had been planning to attend the seminar with his wife, had been kidnapped by Boko Haram and that his body had been found earlier that day. Give thanks for the response of the missionaries, who expressed their willingness to suffer similarly for Christ, and pray that their work will bear much fruit (John 12:24). Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Thu, Oct 2014 00:00

    • Please pray for Christians in northern Cameroon, where Boko Haram is terrorising people, especially Christians and security forces, just as in neighbouring Nigeria. The Islamist militants openly declare themselves to be Boko Haram, and issue threats by letter, including to pastors telling them they must leave. Two pastors were killed in the village of Assigashia on the night of 25-26 August, hich has caused great distress and consternation. The Cameroonian Christians ask for prayer that God will bring peace and security, that the kidnapped will be released, that believers will stand firm despite being targeted, that God will comfort the traumatised, and that church leaders will know how to prepare their people for persecution. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Wed, Oct 2014 00:00

    • “The cathedral in Damaturu now has only about 40 members instead of 450 members. The church in Potiskum now has only about 15 members instead of 500 members… the southern part of [Yobe state] is still very dangerous and most of the churches here have closed down.” A senior church leader in Nigeria wrote to Barnabas Aid in August about the impact on the Church of Boko Haram’s violence. Nevertheless Christians were still holding worship services every Sunday, discipling the young people and even commissioning pastors. Praise God for such perseverance, and pray that a Christian presence and witness may remain in north-east Nigeria. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Tue, Oct 2014 00:00

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