Prayer Priorities – December 13, 2022
Prayer Priorities – December 13, 2022
“Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”
Prov 3:5-6, NIV
We encourage everyone who is praying for UMN not only to raise our requests but to listen to God on UMN’s behalf. Please take time to read this Bible verse slowly to yourself. Pause and ask God to speak through His Word. Then read it slowly again. Settle and calm your mind before you pray.  
  • Praise God that the review and learning sharing meeting of the Sangsangai process was completed successfully in the presence of Sangsangai facilitators and leaders from local churches. Suresh, Hemanta, Niraj and Sangita from UMN Rukum East observed and facilitated the meeting.
  • UMN’s ‘Vision, Mission and Values’ workshop for UMN Rukum East cluster staff was conducted successfully at Rukum East Cluster facilitated by Shrina Maharjan and Balkumari Gurung. 
  • 16 days’ campaign on violence against women was culminated and celebrated successfully in coordination and collaboration with community people and the local government in East Rukum
  • Okhaldhunga Hospital team is thankful to God for all the friends at UMN Thapathali and beyond who regularly pray for them.
  • We are thankful to God for His safety hands over all our staff during the annual Okhaldhunga Hospital sports events.
  • Give thanks to the Lord that Tansen Hospital Annual General Meeting went well. Dhana Lama, UMN’s executive director and others participated in the event in which the Hospital Progress report and the audited financial reports were unveiled.
  • The Leadership Team meeting was also completed well last week with various fruitful discussions. Praise God for that.
  • The recently conducted election in Nepal was peaceful. Please pray for the formation of new and stable government in Nepal that would work for the welfare of the nation and its people.
  • Continue to pray for the ongoing cluster and hospital works, especially for new clusters exploration in Madhesh and Karnali Provinces. Two teams are formed to visit respective provinces to carry out needed studies. Pray for God’s wisdom and guidance.
  • Please continue to pray for the best resolution of UMN’s Thapathali property issue which has been so prolonged.
  • Please continue to remember Rabbi as he is going through chemotherapy again. Pray for God’s healing touch in his body, wisdom for the doctors treating him and peace in his heart.
  • Please continue to pray for the Leadership Team members as they facilitate the Vision Mission values workshops for Rukum, Doti, Bajhang, Nawalparasi and Bajhang Clusters this week.
  • Please continue to pray for the landslide-affected communities in Mugu and earthquake-affected communities in Doti and Bajhang. They have received food and other necessary things, but the winter is around the corner, and they need shelter.
  • Pray for Jiwan as he will be traveling to Kapilvastu and Nawalparasi Clusters for Sangsangai training and follow-up meetings with church leaders.
Cluster Work
  • Please pray for a successful and fruitful Social Audit program to be conducted in Rukum East Cluster in which government stakeholders, partner staff and community people will participate. Gokarna from Kathmandu is traveling to support. Pray for his safe travel and other arrangement to be done.
  • Pray for Suraj Sonar’s father as he is suffering from a heart problem. Pray for the speedy recovery and healing touch from the Lord.
Tansen Hospital
  • The wastewater project land permission is still needed, and engineers are making final alterations to the plans. Please pray for these.
  • Pray for our Emergency Room staff as they manage the large number of seriously ill patients which pass through the ER each day
Okhaldhunga Hospital
  • Pray for all the doctors and nurses who are preparing for their post-graduate studies.
  • For all staff members and families as they together celebrate the hospital’s annual Bhoj (feast) before Christmas on 21 December.
  • God’s providence as they are planning to build a waste management system for the hospital.
  • Safety and strength for all housekeeping staff who work in Okhaldhunga Hospital.
  • Pray for the friends and family members of Okhaldhunga Hospital team as they travel to Kathmandu on Wednesday. 

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