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Prayer News 302 (May-June 2024)

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Week of prayer for Manipur: Please join us from 3-10 May as we focus our prayers on all affected by the ongoing violence in Manipur State, India.

In this edition of Prayer News:

  • India (#11): Pastor Laxman* was imprisoned when he was falsely accused of forcibly converting others to Christianity. Read more of his story here
  • India (#11): Husband and wife, Narendran* and Kavita*, were beaten by Hindu extremists for leading a house church – but are recovering, thanks to your prayers. 
  • India (#11): Ajay*, an Open Doors partner, has been supporting believers affected by the ongoing extreme violence in Manipur. 
  • Mexico (#37): José Alfredo is a lawyer in Mexico who helps Christians like Guadalupe to understand their legal rights so they can continue to worship freely.
  • Bangladesh (#26): After receiving discipleship training from local Open Doors partners, Jamuna has been teaching other women about the love of Christ – including her former persecutors!
  • Central African Republic (#28): Pastor Samuel* fled with his congregation when their village was attacked by extremists. But they have been able to return with your support.

Also in this edition:

  • Pray with us: Join Daniel and Rebecca as they share some good news stories and answers to prayer from the persecuted church to encourage your prayers. 
  • Let's reflect: Daniel shares a short reflection on The Beatitudes in Matthew 5.

*Names changed for security reasons

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2. Let's reflect


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8. Central African Republic


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