Prayer Time

It is not possible to minister properly without great prayer support, so each day that is just how we start our work. In the print shop, the graphic designers and pressmen gather shortly after their shift begins. Before the bookstore is opened, the editorial, bookstore, and accounting staffs gather for prayer in the other building.

We pray for each other and the work we will be tackling in the next few hours. Churches and missionaries are remembered. We ask the Lord for His blessing. Sometimes we struggle with patience waiting for our prayers to be answered while other times we start the day with prayers of thanks.

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  1. Ruby Rice

    I’m tremendously grateful for the entire staff of workers who gather each morning to pray. That’s one of the reasons you produce such excellent Sunday school literature and Opening the Word booklets. Thanks to each one for your dedication and commitment to God’s kingdom.

    • Thank you, Sister Rice. We do depend on prayer — ours as well as others’. We hope to keep posting about our prayer times here. God is still answering prayer!