Ministries wanting prayer support will be posted under this heading. This is the most important support a ministry can receive.
Special Prayer Request from Expected End Ministries.
Sept. 24, 2012
Hello all my friends and beloved partners!
I want to thank all of you for your well wishes and prayers. As some of you may have come to learn, Amy and I were involved in an automobile collision last week in Alcoa, Tennessee. The car was totaled, and we sustained serious and significant injuries, but we are alive! The power of God is truly amazing! I see miracles every day but EVERYTIME it happens I am astonished at the goodness of God. Your prayers turned a life and death situation into LIFE! We are all so grateful for all of you. Please continue to pray for our healing. WE LOVE YOU ALL SOOOOOOOOO MUCH! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! Katie Souza
Linda D. Thompson – Mayor of Harrisburg, PA – Minister in Training
The Cubit Foundation – http://www.cubitfoundation.org
Matthew 25 Ministries http://www.m25m.org/
Revival Evangelist Robyn Thom Rogers http://robynthomrodgers.com/
Voice of the Martyrs http://www.persecution.net
Gospel for Asia www.gfa.org
Expected End Ministries http://wwwexpectedendministries.com
Christian Farmers Outreach http://www.christianfarmers.com/
I Care Ministries email@example.com
Stop Abuse of all Kinds http://www.stopabusing.org/index.html
Light of Hope Ministries http://lightofhopeministries.com
The Persecution Network http://www.persecution.net
Bree Keyton Ministries http://breekeytonministries.com
Ricky Leonard Ministries http://www.rickyleonard.net
Warriors for Christ http://www.wfconline.org
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For more than 70 years, the Missouri-based Child Evangelism Fellowship has worked with underprivileged kids, not only to convert them to Christianity, but to improve their lives through education and after-school activities. In one program, fellowship missionaries visit prisons and sign up inmates’ children for Bible study programs in an effort to keep them from winding up in jail themselves.