Prayer Priorities – July 19, 2022
Prayer Priorities – July 19, 2022
“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfil the law of Christ.”
Galatians 6:2 

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.  
  • Rabbi has now completed all the cycles of Chemo treatment. Praise God! Continue to pray for his complete healing.
  • Give praise that the vacant staff posts have now been filled and new staff are settling in well
  • Fighting fraud training for East Rukum cluster staff and partner staff has gone well, as has the financial health check-up of cluster partner organisations MIC- Nepal and NPAF.
  • The Integral Development in Rural Areas (IDRA) project midline survey of Rukum Cluster went well. Pray that we will learn from the results and be able to adjust our work where needed.
  • Praise the Lord for the construction of the damaged portion of Jalebagar Road which has been completed. It has been a great relief to the people in Bajhang as even in rainy, season, they can continue to have road linkage to Dhangadhi.
  • Continue to pray for the visa application process for expat staff. Pray that this will be completed very soon 
  • Please pray for Cheli Gurung and Prem Singh Shintan as they are facilitating four days of PSEAH training to Cluster and partner organisations EC and Staff from 23 -26 July 2022.
  • Please pray for a SEED project agreement Between UMN and MIC-Nepal for the year July 2022 to July 2023 and the involvement of Suraj Sonar
  • Please pray for Avinaya Shah and Parsu Ram Karkee and Hemanta Rai’s involvement in ABLE Project Evaluation.
  • Please pray for Doti cluster team as they are recruiting project staff for BICT and CLIMATES in partner organisation RCDC
  • Please pray for new proposal on Disaster Risk Management (DRM) project that the cluster is going to submit to Cordaid. The project aims to strengthen the DRM system in the RM and communities of Thalara.
  • A five year mental health project proposal is being prepared with the prayer that Normisjon will be able to support it. This is intended to be focused on our two hospitals and also the Kapilvastu and Bajhang clusters. It will support hospital inpatients, outpatients and also work in the community. Education and awareness raising in the community are important as well as diagnosis and active treatment in the hospital. Please pray that this proposal will receive the needed support.
  • Yub Raj Acharya has now taken over as HSO Director and Dr Roshan Kharel is the new Hospital Director at Okhaldhunga. They both started their new jobs on Monday 18th. Pray for them as they adjust and learn about their new responsibilities.
  • In Tansen students of the Diploma in Counselling and Practical Theology (DCPT) course, from locations across Nepal, recently spent several weeks learning theory and doing practical sessions. Pray these people will continue in their studies and be a source of blessing to others, wherever they live and work.
  • Pray for therapists in the Tansen Rehabilitation Department, whose skills assist our patients on the long road to recovery. We are thankful for their skills and commitment to those being restored to better health and independence.

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