This week we continue to focus on the Trees Of The Bible and the lessons they can teach us.
Some more hymns and songs to guide our thoughts at Harvest.
Let’s Pray For Malawi
Pray for the work and witness of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP). Pray especially for its healthcare ministries. Pray for protection for healthcare staff and for cases of Covid-19 to be kept to a minimum in CCAP’s hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Give thanks that the members of the Evangelical Christian Church of Timor have remained a strong community of faith despite the crises of Covid-19 and devastation caused by Cyclone Seroja.
“Reading Between The Lines” a series working through the bible looking at the well known phrases.
Turning Water Into Wine
The Gospel: One Chapter At A Time is a resource from Paul Tripp, in which he summarizes each book of Scripture in a brief video segment and reveals how it points back to Jesus Christ.
Remember empty shoeboxes are available on Sunday to be returned on Sunday 7th November.
Here is a video from Samaritan’s Pursue - The Importance of Prayer - Pray with Operation Christmas Child
Prayer meeting for the E3 North Coast work of Scripture Union on Monday 25th October 2021 via Zoom.
Dr. David Jeremiah offers some tips for improving your prayer life—an essential part of being the overcomer God wants you to be.
Open Doors - World Watch List
Open Doors has released the World Watch List. The list of countries where it is most dangerous to be a Christian in 2021.
The full list can be found here
This week the focus is on Nepal the 34th most dangerous country in the world to be a Christian. Read about it here
The prayer points for this week.
8 – 14 October
Waterford IT CU are hosting an open mic night to build relationships with unbelievers and people in other college societies. Pray for boldness as they also plan to host an evangelistic event and talk early in the semester.
Pray for the plans for a Munster CU’s weekend away at the end of October; that it would be able to happen within restrictions and that it would fire students up for mission.
Molly (Relay Worker) and Elin (Staff Worker) are both very new to Galway/the West. Praise God for how he has looked after them so far and pray for peace as they continue to adjust to a new place and that they would develop good relationships with CU members, churches and non–Christians.
15 – 21 October
Praise God for the zeal given to the Royal College of Surgeons CU committee and for their willingness to try new things in faith that God will work. Pray that they would continue to grow deeper in love for God and his Word and find great joy as they serve him and their campus.
Galway and Limerick CU students at the end of EQUIP: Galway in August were filled with passion for the mission of introducing fellow students to Jesus. We’re thankful for gospel communities that are excited for mission and not ashamed of the gospel. Pray that there would be many opportunities to witness on campus this semester.
The times for yesterday’s Jigsaw
Play the "Wednesday Strand" puzzle!