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Please pray for Richard and Tony (Deputy Chair) as they travel to India this week. Key objectives to meet up with the Indian board and talk about how we can ensure that our projects become more sustainable. This will look specifically at our Pastor and Children programmes. Please pray as they discuss various issues, that cross cultural conversations will go well.
Praise God for Adam and Emily of the CIC Taking Pictures Changing Lives who have spent an amazing 3 days in India this last week taking beautiful pictures of the Garden and the people we are able to help out in India.
Praise God for our Bible College students who have completed their exams last week and are back at school this week in the run up to Christmas.
Please pray for those who are susceptible to Dengue fever - a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms typically begin three to fourteen days after infection. This may include a highfever, headache, vomiting, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash.
Pastor Prakash of our church in Cumbumettu asks if we can pray especially for the children who are particularly vulnerable and that many have been affected. One of the Gardens' staff members suffered from Dengue Fever last month.
Many blame the government for ‘total failure’ of the health department to carry out a proper sanitation programme preceding the monsoon rains (full article here).
Please continue to pray for Archbishop Samuel. This message from his daughter Vasthi
Dad has got fever and throat pain from yesterday...his eye is recovering... The redness is still there.. Pain has reduced...
In praying for Archbishop Samuel's health, please could you also pray against any spiritual attack which he might be experiencing.
Please pray for Archbishop Samuel who attended a hospital appointment last week. There has been a build up of pressure on the eye ball which has caused rupturing of the vein to the brain. He has had an injection to relieve the pressure but is still suffering with a painful eye and blurring.