Prayer Requests – August 2022 Sunday, August 7, 2022 Adam Kaloostian is a church-planter in Ventura, CA
Thank the Lord with us for our summer six-week men’s reading group. Pray for these men and their families.
Pray for our brother Casey in the core group, for his health and encouragement, and for a path to open for him to more broadly share his testimony.
Pray for our newer introduction to the large homeless community in town.
Pray for our faithfulness and energy to stay consistent in our work.
Sunday, August 14, 2022 Yi Wang is a church-planter in Anaheim, CA.
Pray that Covenant Chinese Reformed Church would be faithful in proclaiming the Gospel of Christ to the many Chinese-speaking people.
Pray for the officers, the sense of unity, humility, and mutual love among the officers, that the Lord would protect us from self-ambition, strife, and conflict. Pray for more qualified men to be raised up, to be willing and equipped to serve in varies ways, as ministers, elders, deacons, and other duties.
Pray that more like-minded churches would be planted in nearby area, and we may have a good relationship and partnership with them. So far there is an RPC Chinese church in Irvine, and the OPC has been entertaining the idea of a Chinese church plant.
Sunday, August 21, 2022 Ernie Langendoen is a URCNA missionary and works with migrants in Canada and the church in Honduras.
Pray the Lord may indeed grant true faith to those who listen to the proclamation of the Word of God on Sundays.
Pray for visitation with migrant workers on the farms.
Pray for faithfulness in the leaders in the church in Comayagua, Honduras.
Sunday, August 28, 2022 Austin Reifel is a church-planter in Indianapolis, IN.
Rejoice with us in finding a meeting location that fits our needs, please pray that the transition goes smooth and that the Lord sustains unity in the congregation
Pray for our financial needs presented by the new location and that we would have clarity in moving forward with fundraising.
Pray for our new elder and deacon as they begin to serve locally.
Rejoice with us as we receive new families and pray that we would be equipped to care for them, especially those who have recently relocated.