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Bitten by a cobra

P*, from an illiterate and very poor family in Bihar, India, followed folk religion including witchcraft. One day she was suffering from a high fever, so she went to witchdoctors for healing. But there was no improvement, and the fever continued for several days. A local pastor then visited her house and told her about Jesus Christ. The pastor asked her to remove the religious amulet she was wearing and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ. She removed it...

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  • Bitten by a cobra

    P*, from an illiterate and very poor family in Bihar, India, followed folk religion including witchcraft.

    One day she was suffering from a high fever, so she went to...

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  • A Lifeline for the Hopeless

    A* is from a Muslim background in East Africa and put his trust in Christ three years ago. Because of his new-found faith, he began to face persecution, was criticised and...

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  • Compassion for the Rohingya

    In recent months hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have fled Myanmar seeking refuge in Bangladesh. Facing a huge challenge, NGOs and the government of Bangladesh are struggling...

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  • Salvation Through An Asian Tea Shop

    H* was born in an Orthodox Muslim family in South Asia, writes the Faith2Share contact there. He followed the customs and rituals of Islam but his mind was not at...

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Prayer Updates >>>

  • NAMS in Latin America

    Pray for the NAMS Network Latin America Regional Meeting taking place in Temuco, Chile from 8 to 10 December, when NAMS Companions will gather to strategize, plan and pray...

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  • Mission to South Sudan

    Please pray for the SOMA Mission to the Diocese of Athooch, South Sudan, 7-21 December, and for team members, Stephen, Evans, Kate, Lobalang, Rebecca, Ron and host, Bishop...

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  • Compassion for the Rohingya

    In recent months hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have fled Myanmar seeking refuge in Bangladesh. Facing a huge challenge, NGOs and the government of Bangladesh are struggling...

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  • Alcoholism in Mongolia

    As winter descends, alcoholism remains a huge problem within the population of Mongolia. Please pray for churches and the recovery programmes they organise to have an impact on...

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