Prayer Priorities – September 27, 2022
Prayer Priorities – September 27, 2022
“And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”
Phil 4:7
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 Rakshya, Sanju and Sabina successfully provided awareness on menstrual hygiene and Ramesh Maharjan from Comms was present to distribute 225 menstrual hygiene kits to girls and female teachers from two schools of Mayadevi Rural Municipality of Kapilvastu district last week.
  • Thank God that Peter Fleming’s farewell program went well and praise God that Peter with his family has already reached his home country.
  • Thank God for the successful completion of the Integral Mission orientation program organized in Kohalpur for Province Nos 5,6 and 7 in which 60 pastors and leaders got oriented and the orientation was well received.
  • Praise God for the success of the two slots of “UMN’s Vision-Mission-Value” workshop, organized from 20-21 Sep and 27-28 Sep 2022(on-going). Pray that these two days of workshop will help staff understand how UMN’s VMV are rooted in the biblical teachings.
  • Joint monitoring and DPAC meeting at the district level went well. District-level stakeholders have appreciated the work of UMN Nawalparasi and its implementing partners.
  • School Self assessments at two schools of Bhume Municipality in East Rukum under education Area of excellence went well. Praise God for the successful assessment.
  • Prescribers’ on-site supervision training for health workers of Pro-Act project in Bhumeand Putha Rural Municipalities in Rukum went well and was completed successfully.
  • Let’s continue praying for the control of dengue. As of 27 Sep, it has already claimed 30 lives in Nepal. A total of around 21,000 dengue cases have been identified in Bagmati Province alone. Pray that the government and concerned medical departments would be able to take ample measures to control and prevent this. Pray for safety of UMN staff in Clusters, Hospitals and Thapathali.
  • Let’s continue praying for safety during the festive season. The number of road accidents, street crimes, theft and pickpocketing might also increase during this time. So, let’s pray for the safety and security of people as they travel and pray that no crime would take place rather joy and peace would prevail and reign in the hearts of the people during Dashain.
  • Sagar and Bal Kumari are attending the LCP workshop in Dubai from 3-8 October organised by LCP South Asia Network for its Coordination Committee members. Pray for journey mercies and a fruitful meeting.
  • Pray for Niki as she is attending Climate Crisis consultation this week in Bangladesh hosted by CCDB. Pray for the safe travel and meaningful meeting.
Cluster Work
  • Please pray for the successful completion of the inception meeting of 2 new projects i.e. Disability Inclusive Development and Child Rights at Pratappur and Palhinandan Rural Municipality in Nawalparasi
  • Please pray for the recovery of Ishwar KC’s aunt who has been suffering from Lung cancer and having a very hard time. Pray for her family, doctors and nurses who are treating her and that the Lord would heal her.
  • Please pray for Tearfund (Tear Netherlands) donor visit to the Rukum East to observe SEED project. Please pray for Suraj and the partner project staff and their involvement during a donor field visit.
Tansen Hospital
  • A little 8th month old came to Tansen desperately sick with a new diagnosis of diabetes. Praise God that despite so many challenges he made it home and his parents have learned the necessary skills of giving him insulin he will need for life. Pray that God would have grace and mercy upon him and enable his family to take care of him.
  • Pray for our staff working through the festival period. While routine medical work slows down, the emergency work increases as other centres have limited services available. People often travel a long way and are very sick by their arrival at this time of year.

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