Our regular newsletters keep readers informed about prayer events, prayer needs and information that will enable them to pray with insight. But there are occasions when more urgent prayer action is required regarding a time sensitive issue. Please join us as we pray earnestly for these flashpoints.
A call has gone out from different national and international Christian ministries, to have a focussed time of prayer and fasting regarding the Covid-19 pandemic, on 22 March 2020. We provide prayer resources and encourage believers to fast and pray on this day.
The Covid-19 crisis is causing fear and anxiety around the world, but under such circumstances people are more open to the Gospel. It gives the Church the opportunity to share the Gospel with unbelievers who would not otherwise have considered listening to it.
The deadly new coronavirus, which originated in China, has already spread to 17 other countries. More than 56 million people in China are prevented from travelling, in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus. Let us pray for this dire situation.
Presently, there is an unprecedented upswing of violence on the Cape Flats in the Cape Peninsula. Currently, an average of 11 people die daily in gang/drugs- or taxi-related violence.
There was much hope that Zimbabwe would change after Robert Mugabe was ousted in December 2016, but violent protests flared up again over the past few days. Let us earnestly intercede for this troubled nation.
This year there has been a significant increase in (violent) protests over a wide variety of issues, across South Africa. As Christians, we must view and respond to matters like these from a spiritual perspective.
More war will just kill more people in a nation that is already saturated with blood.
South Africa is in a place where seasons are changing.
Christians are asked to pray on Wednesday 24 January 2018 for the water crisis in Cape Town, but also the drought that is plaguing nearly the whole country.