Prayer diary from July 2011

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Friday, 01 July 2011

KENYA, Kajidao Diocese: Please pray for the election process for the new Bishop of Kajiado Diocese, which begins in July and should be complete by December. Pray that God may provide a talented servant and a humble shepherd of His flock.

Saturday, 02 July 2011

KENYA, Kajidao Diocese: Pray for the official opening of the Oloosuyian Girls Secondary School on 2nd July and ask that the Lord may use this school for the empowerment of girls in the Maasai community. Give thanks that the Headmaster of Limivady Grammar School will attend the opening, with a team of 36 teachers and pupils from Limivady.

Sunday, 03 July 2011

KENYA, Kajidao Diocese: Pray for the retiring Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Jeremiah Taama, and his family that the peace and presence of God will be with them during their retirement. Give thanks too for the many years of dedicated service to the people of Kajiado and for his input into shaping the vision of CMS Ireland.

Monday, 04 July 2011

UGANDA, The den Breejen Family: The den Breejens return to Uganda on tomorrow after a long period of Home Assignment in the Netherlands and Ireland. Pray for the process of saying goodbyes, traveling and settling back into life, work and school in Arua.

Tuesday, 05 July 2011

UGANDA, The den Breejen Family: Give thanks for the new Link Parishes that have come on board to support Madi West Nile Diocese and the den Breejens. Pray that these relationships would grow and bear much fruit. Pray also for more parishes to develop a partnership link and support the den Breejens.

Wednesday, 06 July 2011

UGANDA, The den Breejen Family: Pray for Aart as he resumes his responsibilities at the Vocational Training Centre (VTC) after a long period of absence, due to Home Assignment. Pray that he would quickly catch-up on all that has been happening recently and that God would bless his working relationships at the Centre.

Thursday, 07 July 2011

SUDAN, Kajo-Keji Diocese: Thank God for the completion of Emmanuel Cathedral in the Diocese of Kajo-Keji, which was consecrated on Palm Sunday. Pray that God would bless all that takes place in and through the cathedral – that it would be a centre of worship and a symbol of hope.

Friday, 08 July 2011

SUDAN, Kajo-Keji Diocese: Kajo-Keji Diocese is in the process of building two new primary schools. Give thanks for the positive progress being made with construction and pray that the two schools will be utilised well and have a positive impact in their local communities.

Saturday, 09 July 2011

SUDAN, Ibba Diocese: Pray for the Diocese of Ibba as it focuses on helping to reduce the high rate of illiteracy in the four Archdeaconries – Nabanga, Manikakara, Madebe and Ibba. This will be done through an intensive English course, primary education, nursery school and a special literacy program for women.

Sunday, 10 July 2011

SUDAN, Ibba Diocese: Please continue to pray for Bishop Kamani’s son, Kamani Wilson Kamani who has sickle cell disease. Please pray for his health as he undergoes continuing treatment.