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Last updated: 11 November 2017    11:10 PM

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Prayer points

Prayer Points – Read Jeremiah 29: 11 – 14, Matthew 22: 1-14 & Luke 4:1819


Hope in Christ Orphanage / School / Clinic


 Paul & Mary in daily running of the school

 ongoing ministry & education at the school with up to 180 children in 5 classes with 32 housed on site.

 Thanks for funding for 3 teacher’s salaries.

 Provision for the other 2 teachers salaries.

 Thanks for provision of a daily meal for the children.

 Thanks for the clinic opening

 provision of equipment & medicines for the clinic

 Zambia will have fewer street children who so often end up in prison because they are hungry and steal food.

 Guidance for the Graduates from the Bible School at Hope In Christ – 1 Peter 3:15


Zambian Prisons


Pastor Paul & Pastor Green’s Prison Ministry including Alpha ministry in the prisons and their families.

 Pastor Kwacha’s prison & school ministry and his family

 Ministry of Chaplain General and the Regional & Local Prison Chaplains

 Commissioner General of Prisons, Mr Percy Chato and staff in all 58 prisons led by him

 Improvement in prison conditions

 Prisoners comprising men, women & juveniles; specific prisoners known to the team Oscar, Orice, Sekelani

 Thanks that Steve & Suzen have been released from prison


 Other Points


 Alpha Zambia office – Sizwe Mwale Director & David Thompson Chairman & Tom Miles Alpha Africa

 Visit by Chepstow team in June 2018

 Suzen to be able to provide for her family through her rug making at home

 Better healthcare to combat AIDS & TB

 Fair Price for Zambian Copper on worlds markets

 More rain this year for higher yield of crops and a higher level of water in the Kariba Dam to produce more hydro-electric power and so less power cuts for Zambia