Prayer Priorities – June 14, 2022
Prayer Priorities – June 14, 2022
“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
Jeremiah 29v11 
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.  
  • We are grateful for your continuous prayers: the Women & Children’s Minister has signed two of our Project Agreements. It is now at the last stage and should be ready by this week to finally sign off.
  • We are grateful that four of the vacant positions have been filled with competent people.
  • Praise the Lord that the surgery of Dr. Olak and Bal Kumari’s (LT member) husband went well and they both are recovering well. 
  • The Cental Project Advisory Committee meeting for Covid Response Project with the Government Officials is arranged for this Thursday. It is an important event and also a part of the compliance with Government regulations.
  • Please continue to pray that progress will be made to sign off our Project Agreements. Two should be completed this week (see above) and one more is still at the review stage. These are very important for our work and also for the Expatriate visas.
  • Please pray for the wisdom and courage to deal with the on-going property dispute for Thapathali headquarters.
  • Please pray for the recruitment of a competent Disaster Response Manager.
  • Please pray for our families who have just left Nepal – the Chinneries and Van Turennouts. It has been an exhausting time for them all. Two days before leaving one of the Van Turennout’s sons was injured as he cycled home and needed hospital treatment. He has recovered and they were able to fly out, but this among other things has been very stressful. Please remember both these families as they get time to rest and readjust.
  • Pray for Jiwan Rai as from Sunday he will be leading Sangsangai Facilitators’ training with 30 church leaders from Doti and Bajhang.
For Tansen Hospital 
  • Safety on the roads: the return ‘buck’ trip from Kathmandu last week took 21 hours! 
  • Our community team as they implement the mental health programme.
  • The John family, Sunil (paediatric cardiologist) Jeena and Daniel as they have joined us for a few months again.
  • We are still waiting for final confirmation of the Rotary matching grant for the waste water system. It would be really good if this does not need to be resubmitted and work can start after the monsoon.  There was a very positive public meeting and the Bhusaldada community around the hospital is also keen that this can be done this year. 

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