Pray for Your Sponsored Child: Biblical Self-Esteem

The lie that children learn in poverty is that they are nothing and that they don’t matter. Pray that this lie would be replaced in your sponsored child’s life by the truth that they are uniquely created by God for a specific purpose.

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Solidarity

After meeting our staff and church partners on the field, reports of natural disasters, civil unrest and family tragedies suddenly becomes more personal.

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Pray for Your Sponsored Child: Mercy

Many sponsored children have a desire to help others, because of the help they have received from their sponsors. Pray that your sponsored child would find ways to be merciful to the people around them.

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The Gate to Answered Prayer

God appointed more than our times and places. He also appointed our work.

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Understanding One Another’s Needs

Are the needs of a man driving a Lexus the same as a man living across the globe who will never own a car? How about the needs of a family who can’t afford bread? How do their needs compare with broken families who eat in separate houses?

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Pray for Your Sponsored Child: Justice

Many sponsored children live in places where they witness or experience injustice. Pray that God would place a deep love of justice in your sponsored child’s heart and that they would grow to become bearers of justice in their society.

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The Prayers of a Sponsored Child

Sponsored children pray and ask God for direction, for someone to love them, for provision — for more of Him. How different (or similar) are your prayers?

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Pray for Your Sponsored Child: Love for God’s Word

Pray that your sponsored child would learn to cling to God’s Word and treasure its words as their comfort and treasure.

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Praying Is Dangerous Business

What are you praying for? Are you ready to be the answer to your own prayer?

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Believe as Children

It is something wonderful to see the faith of a child. They believe in things that we would not be able to believe as adults.

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