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  • Disaster victims live on in aid workers' minds
    Friday, 31 December 2004 @ 06:16 PM SGT
    Contributed by: Gatekeeper
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    Pressed for Prayer By Neely Tucker - Washington Post

    THE dead are never as quiet as they seem.

    Nearly 40,000 people died in a matter of hours in half a dozen countries in South Asia in one of the most catastrophic tsunamis of recent times, and the death toll is only going to climb. Although the world quickly forgets such natural disasters - the body count in Bam, Iran, was 30,000 and it was just last year; hadn't forgotten, had you? - the memory of the dead always lingers for those who meet them.

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    Suggestions to help take care of the emotional health of Singaporean relief workers going to tsunami-hit areas
    Thursday, 30 December 2004 @ 03:39 PM SGT
    Contributed by: Gatekeeper
    Views:: 4,573
    Pressed for Prayer This is an article from:
    Ronnie Koh
    The Network for Strategic Missions
    +65 9 336-2324

    Dear friends: Here are some suggestions forwarded by Dr Kelly O'Donnell to help take care of the emotional health of Singaporean relief workers going to tsunami-hit areas. Dr O'Donnell is a member care/mental health consultant associated with Member Care Associates-Geneva. Please disseminate to churches and organizations that are sending relief teams. Thank you.

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    December 26 tsunami across Asia
    Thursday, 30 December 2004 @ 03:36 PM SGT
    Contributed by: Gatekeeper
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    Pressed for Prayer Please feel free to forward this message to anyone who may be interested in helping.....

    Dear friends of Asia Harvest,

    Like you, our hearts have been torn watching the images of death and suffering as a result of the December 26 tsunami across Asia. Almost all of the places worst struck are extremely unreached areas with few Christians. The official death toll is currently around 70,000 but with thousands of miles of coastline in countries like India and Myanmar (Burma) yet to be surveyed, we fear the real death toll could end up ten times higher than presently reported. As you will be aware, Asia Harvest has focused on presenting the needs of Asian unreached tribes and people groups to the Christian world for many years. Reports are starting to come in that some small people groups may have been completely wiped from the face of the earth in places like the Andaman and Nicobar Islands (India). Other groups like the Mokkien (Sea Gypsies) of Thailand and Myanmar lived right in the path of the tsunami, and may have few survivors. As one of our co-workers e-mailed us today, "My heart just broke in a thousand pieces ... there are some entire tribes that have been wiped out in Burma and Thailand. My heart just broke when I heard this .. "LORD, will that tongue be represented in heaven to worship YOU ... "

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    Chinese Church Crisis - Asia Harvest
    Thursday, 19 February 2004 @ 08:33 PM SGT
    Contributed by: Gatekeeper
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    Pressed for Prayer Please continue to pray for the house churches of China. The leadership is presently being arrested, one by one. Last week we sent a prayer request for Sister Deborah Xu, but the crisis has grown to become much wider.

    According to an article that just appeared in Christianity Today, more than 50 have been arrested due to the recent publication of a DVD and book about the church in China. I have been told that at least some of the house church leaders who agreed to be interviewed for the DVD only did so under the assumption that their testimony was for an historic archive which would not be made public until the political situation in China had changed.

    The following Christianity Today article outlines what has happened in recent days: www.christianitytoday.com

    Please pray for these brothers and sisters who now find themselves in the custody of an atheistic government who are determined to stamp out the house churches once and for all. They do not mind believers who are part of the state-controlled Three-Self Church, but they cannot stand those believers who refuse to come under their political control.

    Please pray they will be strengthened by the Holy Spirit to withstand whatever pressure and pain inflicted on them.

    Pray God would empower them to witness for Jesus Christ to the authorities, other prisoners, and whoever they come into contact with. Fervently pray that this present crisis will cause the house churches of China to grow in grace and in number.


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    Pray for House Church in Nanyang
    Wednesday, 03 September 2003 @ 05:58 AM SGT
    Contributed by: Gatekeeper
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    Pressed for Prayer We have just received news of a mass arrest of 170 house church Christians in Nanyang County, Henan Province.

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    Singapore in Spiritual Darkness! Please Pray!
    Monday, 14 July 2003 @ 09:04 PM SGT
    Contributed by: Gatekeeper
    Views:: 6,707
    Pressed for Prayer Mark Tan submitted the following article on Agora which we feel is a call to prayer for Singapore. May the LORD grant all intercessors wisdom and discernment on how to pray.

    Article by Mark Tan

    Dear brothers and sisters,

    I am writing here in hope of getting this message out fast and quick to as many Christians there are in Singapore.

    This is very urgent because I think our nation will soon be plunge into the greatest darkness that we have yet experienced and this is a time that we must get together and fight this spiritual battle for the life and soul of Singapore.


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