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RLC Prayer Bulletin: In August we prayed for -

Aug 29, 2007

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 444 | Wed 29 Aug 2007 WELCOME to the 17 intercessors who have joined the list this month. -------------------------- EGYPT, where a debate over religious liberty is heating up. A group of Coptic converts to Islam wanting to return to Christianit

Caribbean: Thanks from Grand Cayman

Aug 22, 2007

Pastor Al Ebanks in Grand Cayman has written, “I can now report that while there has been some damage on Grand Cayman most of it is on the South Coast ocean front area of the island. Most of this property is quite expensive and owned by some of the more affluent members of the community wh

North Korea: Crucial Summit 2-4 October

Aug 22, 2007

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 443 | Wed 22 Aug 2007 At present North Korea is rated the world\'s worst abuser of human rights and religious liberty. For more than 50 years the regime has maintained power through isolation, brainwashing and terror and by eliminating every thre

India: Prayer request for PAN-INDIA Summit

Aug 22, 2007

EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP OF INDIA805/92, Deepali building , Nehru Place, New Delhi - 110019, India. Phone : 91-11-26431133, 26423726, Telefax : 91-11-26285350 http://www.efionline.org Prayer request for PAN-INDIA Summit EFI request prayers for the ongoing PAN - INDIA Summit from 21st - 24th of

Caribbean: Hurricane Dean Update, Tuesday, August 21

Aug 21, 2007

Hurricane Dean Update Praise: While Jamaica has sustained quite a bit of damage, there is much to be thankful for that the centre or eye of Hurricane Dean stayed 50 miles off shore Jamaica and so that island was spared the worst winds. Also, I understand that Dean has gone ashore in one of t

Caribbean: Hurricane Dean Update, Sunday, August 19

Aug 19, 2007

Dr. Jeff Masters at www.wunderground.com asked this morning: “Can Jamaica pray away Hurricane Dean? The official forecast and nearly all of the computer models have put Jamaica in the bulls-eye for several days now. But hurricanes have a funny way of taking 11th-hour wobbles that spare t

Caribbean: Hurricane Dean Update and Prayer Request

Aug 18, 2007

Saturday, August 18, 2007 – 10:00 a.m. Bridgetown: Hurricane Dean has now passed through the islands and is in the Caribbean Sea where the warmer waters are fueling its strength. Dean is now a category 4 hurricane and is forecast to strengthen and become a category 5 (a super typhoon to

Caribbean: Pray for countries in the path of the Hurricane Dean

Aug 17, 2007

10:30 a.m. – Bridgetown: Barbados seems to have dodged the bullet once again. Initial reports here are of trees down in the north of the island. The all-clear was given here at 7:00 a.m. and businesses are reopening. Hurricane shelters were open from 6:00 p.m. last night. I have not yet he

Caribbean: Tropical Storm/Hurricane Dean

Aug 16, 2007

Wednesday, August 15th, 2007 – 9:30 a.m. As you may be aware, the Atlantic Hurricane Season is beginning to get into stride. Tropical Storm Dean has formed in the Atlantic and is headed towards the islands in the Eastern Caribbean. Projections are that Dean will be a hurricane by the tim

Laos: Crackdown Targets Hmong Christians

Aug 15, 2007

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 442 | Wed 15 Aug 2007 A Presbyterian missionary first brought the gospel to Buddhist, animist Laos in 1885. Whilst the ethnic Lao were resistant, the ethnic minorities were not. Thanks to Gospel radio and indigenous missionaries, the 20th century