June Missions Prayer Newsletter – Part 2
June 15, 2020
Join the RC Family in praying for these.
GBA Prayer Partnership with North Okkalapar area in Yangon, Myanmar.
• Even though churches have not been able to meet regularly for many weeks, God is still at work! Pray that the Burmese believers would be burdened to share the Gospel with their family and friends.
Jim Harrison – Miracle Hill Ministry, Greenville SC – firstname.lastname@example.org
• Praise God for His continued financial blessings for the ministry.
• Continued health for our staff and guests.
• For staff who have experienced loss of family members in the past 2 weeks.
• Wisdom for the leadership team and Ryan as he leads.
• June 18 – Overcomer Graduation
• Blaine and Kathy seemed to have it all – a six-figure income, beautiful home, happy marriage. But on the inside, they were grieving health and relational losses. Medication to ease their pain led to a 10-year, raging heroin addiction. One night, out of desperation, they prayed for a miracle… then they got arrested… “Praise God!” As a result of their arrest, they discovered the Miracle Hill Rescue Mission and there they started putting the pieces of their lives back together. You can watch a video about their story on the Miracle Hill Facebook page.
Rebecca C. – Teacher at International School in Central Asia – email@example.com
• Pray for our new director and his family as they relocate to our school.
• As of June 1 many of the COVID restrictions have been lifted which allow people to get out more. But those under 18 (like my students) can only get out twice a week.
• Please pray for our seniors and other non-returning students who didn’t get to say good bye to their friends at school. Many will leave here and go to a country where they don’t really feel at home.
• At the end of May I moved to a different part of the city! In the picture I’m standing out in front of my new building – note that there are trees! Definitely a huge blessing! This part of town is further from the school where I work but it’s less conservative and more foreigner friendly. I’m praying this means I’ll be able to make national friends more easily than I was in my previous neighborhood!
Holli Baker – Serving in Asia – firstname.lastname@example.org
• Even though we are not able to be in our city in Asia, we are able to celebrate what God is doing. A friend sent us this message. “Last night, we had our farewell with “J” as she heads back to school to complete her residency and this morning she sent our small group this: ‘I don’t belong to a place, I also don’t belong to myself. I belong to our Father and He will bring me to the places I should go.’” Y’all, I’m in awe of Dad’s goodness! If not for the virus we would not have met “J”. If not for the school delays, our sisters would not have been able to pour into her. Even when it doesn’t feel like it, God is at work.