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Download USA Prayer Calendar October 2020
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Download USA Prayer Calendar October 2020
Download Prayer Calendar October 2020

Partner in Prayer

We have been given prayer to accomplish on earth the will of God as it is declared in heaven. From the initial decision making, through the church planting and discipling phase to the maintenance of already established churches – we do not move without prayer. Harvesters Ministries needs wisdom, strength, endurance, resilience and resources to do what we do.
You can play a major role in all of what we do by standing with us in prayer.

Luke 10:2 (NLT) These were His instructions to them: “The harvest is great, but the workers are few. So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask him to send more workers into his fields.”

Partner in Prayer

We have been given prayer to accomplish on earth the will of God as it is declared in heaven. From the initial decision making, through the church planting and discipling phase to the maintenance of already established churches – we do not move without prayer. Harvesters Ministries needs wisdom, strength, endurance, resilience and resources to do what we do.
You can play a major role in all of what we do by standing with us in prayer.

Luke 10:2 (NLT) These were His instructions to them: “The harvest is great, but the workers are few. So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask him to send more workers into his fields.”

Upcoming prayer dates

Middle East

October 29

Let’s pray for the political leaders and as well as the media that they will exercise restraint. Pray that they will make
every effort to prevent war and do what they can to protect the innocent in their countries.

There is a lack of access to clean water and sanitation facilities. The floods and heavy rains have led to a cholera
outbreak, with over 1,200 cases and 18 deaths reported already. Severe food insecurity has risen due to the
combination of Cyclone Kenneth, floods and violence. Pray that the Lord will show Harvesters how to make a difference and support them. Also keep Harvesters Ministries Country leaders, Armindo Magule and Marcos Binda in your prayers.

Kenya

October 31

As a missions’ organisation it is important for us to support other organisations who experience difficulty during this
pandemic. Pray that the work that Barry and his team were doing among the Maasai people of Kenya will be able to
resume soon.

Zambia

November 1

Church leaders in Zambia need your prayers. They are reaching the lost with the Gospel despite their own severe
poverty. Continue to pray that the Luvale people will be reached with the Gospel. Trust the Lord that His Kingdom
will continue to expand in Zambia.

The construction of churches in three different cities had to be stopped due to the COVID-19 lockdown. More than
30 baptisms had to be delayed due to travel restrictions in the country. Pray that the Lord will keep church leaders in
India motivated.

Uganda

November 3

Harvesters Ministries Country leader, Charles Mukuhwana, really needs you to intercede for him today. Most of our
church leaders are going through extreme challenges due to the COVID-19 lockdown. Their income has decreased
drastically and many of them are facing possible starvation. Ask the Lord to help these brothers and sisters.

Mongolia

November 4

Church leaders in this precious nation really need your prayers. The majority of the people in the rural parts of
Mongolia live a nomadic lifestyle. It is extremely difficult to reach the lost and make disciples in this vast landscape.
Despite this, church leaders are persevering and sharing the Gospel.

Pastor Jabulani and a group of church leaders will receive training in Discipleship and Evangelism over the next
couple of days. Please keep this group of church leaders in your prayers today. Pray that God will use them to build
His Kingdom.

The situation in Cabo Delgado province, Mozambique, has deteriorated rapidly due to insecurity and violence. At least 195 violent incidents were reported since the beginning of the year. 250,000 People are now living as refugees. Pray for each person who has been affected. Trust that the Lord will use this situation for His glory.

Nairobi, Kenya

November 7

Please keep our Country leader, Dylan Agoye, in your prayers today. There are thousands of people experiencing an immense crisis at the moment. These people face many daily struggles. Intercede for those who are suffering in
Kenya. Ask the Lord to grant Dylan the necessary wisdom and strength to support those in need.

Church leaders’ evangelism efforts have been temporarily called off due to travel restrictions. Pastors are not allowed
to leave their homes. Many positive cases have been reported in the area. Please pray for God’s protection. Pray
for all the new converts in the area. All the church leaders have been calling them and encouraging them to stand
firm in their newfound faith.

Somalia

November 9

There were terrible clashes between civilians and al-Shabab fighters. Dozens of people were killed. Please continue to keep this country in your prayers. Believers in Somalia continue to face terrible persecution and live in fear. Pray that God will give the strength to stand strong against these attacks.

Herman Roodt, the head of the Harvesters Ministries Training Department, is training a group of HLT’s (Harvesters Licensed Trainers) from all over South Africa and the United States of America for the next three days. All of the training is taking place via an online platform. We praise the Lord for technology. Pray that the training will be successful.

Brazil

November 11

Please keep Brazil in your prayers today. The Coronavirus is causing havoc and has infected millions of Brazilians.
Church leaders cannot reach their congregations to support them. Pray that God will strengthen church leaders and
believers in Brazil.

Cameroon

November 12

A spate of deadly attacks in the far north of Cameroon are leaving people fearful. Women and children are mainly
targeted in these attacks. People are too scared to tend to their fields. More than 2,000 internally displaced people had to change their daily routines to ensure their safety. Pray that God’s Kingdom will grow in this nation.

Pray for God’s protection over church leaders. Pray that families may have a deeper understanding of God and
experience renewed unity. Trust the Lord for His faithfulness in meeting the daily needs of church leaders, believers and their families.

Middle East

November 14

Intercede with us today. Pray that we will be able to travel again soon to continue our training and partnerships in the Middle East. Many church leaders are suffering and are in dire need of our support.

Upcoming prayer dates

Middle East

October 29

Let’s pray for the political leaders and as well as the media that they will exercise restraint. Pray that they will make
every effort to prevent war and do what they can to protect the innocent in their countries.

There is a lack of access to clean water and sanitation facilities. The floods and heavy rains have led to a cholera
outbreak, with over 1,200 cases and 18 deaths reported already. Severe food insecurity has risen due to the
combination of Cyclone Kenneth, floods and violence. Pray that the Lord will show Harvesters how to make a difference and support them. Also keep Harvesters Ministries Country leaders, Armindo Magule and Marcos Binda in your prayers.

Kenya

October 31

As a missions’ organisation it is important for us to support other organisations who experience difficulty during this
pandemic. Pray that the work that Barry and his team were doing among the Maasai people of Kenya will be able to
resume soon.

Zambia

November 1

Church leaders in Zambia need your prayers. They are reaching the lost with the Gospel despite their own severe
poverty. Continue to pray that the Luvale people will be reached with the Gospel. Trust the Lord that His Kingdom
will continue to expand in Zambia.

The construction of churches in three different cities had to be stopped due to the COVID-19 lockdown. More than
30 baptisms had to be delayed due to travel restrictions in the country. Pray that the Lord will keep church leaders in
India motivated.

Uganda

November 3

Harvesters Ministries Country leader, Charles Mukuhwana, really needs you to intercede for him today. Most of our
church leaders are going through extreme challenges due to the COVID-19 lockdown. Their income has decreased
drastically and many of them are facing possible starvation. Ask the Lord to help these brothers and sisters.

Mongolia

November 4

Church leaders in this precious nation really need your prayers. The majority of the people in the rural parts of
Mongolia live a nomadic lifestyle. It is extremely difficult to reach the lost and make disciples in this vast landscape.
Despite this, church leaders are persevering and sharing the Gospel.

Pastor Jabulani and a group of church leaders will receive training in Discipleship and Evangelism over the next
couple of days. Please keep this group of church leaders in your prayers today. Pray that God will use them to build
His Kingdom.

The situation in Cabo Delgado province, Mozambique, has deteriorated rapidly due to insecurity and violence. At least 195 violent incidents were reported since the beginning of the year. 250,000 People are now living as refugees. Pray for each person who has been affected. Trust that the Lord will use this situation for His glory.

Nairobi, Kenya

November 7

Please keep our Country leader, Dylan Agoye, in your prayers today. There are thousands of people experiencing an immense crisis at the moment. These people face many daily struggles. Intercede for those who are suffering in
Kenya. Ask the Lord to grant Dylan the necessary wisdom and strength to support those in need.

Church leaders’ evangelism efforts have been temporarily called off due to travel restrictions. Pastors are not allowed
to leave their homes. Many positive cases have been reported in the area. Please pray for God’s protection. Pray
for all the new converts in the area. All the church leaders have been calling them and encouraging them to stand
firm in their newfound faith.

Somalia

November 9

There were terrible clashes between civilians and al-Shabab fighters. Dozens of people were killed. Please continue to keep this country in your prayers. Believers in Somalia continue to face terrible persecution and live in fear. Pray that God will give the strength to stand strong against these attacks.

Herman Roodt, the head of the Harvesters Ministries Training Department, is training a group of HLT’s (Harvesters Licensed Trainers) from all over South Africa and the United States of America for the next three days. All of the training is taking place via an online platform. We praise the Lord for technology. Pray that the training will be successful.

Brazil

November 11

Please keep Brazil in your prayers today. The Coronavirus is causing havoc and has infected millions of Brazilians.
Church leaders cannot reach their congregations to support them. Pray that God will strengthen church leaders and
believers in Brazil.

Cameroon

November 12

A spate of deadly attacks in the far north of Cameroon are leaving people fearful. Women and children are mainly
targeted in these attacks. People are too scared to tend to their fields. More than 2,000 internally displaced people had to change their daily routines to ensure their safety. Pray that God’s Kingdom will grow in this nation.

Pray for God’s protection over church leaders. Pray that families may have a deeper understanding of God and
experience renewed unity. Trust the Lord for His faithfulness in meeting the daily needs of church leaders, believers and their families.

Middle East

November 14

Intercede with us today. Pray that we will be able to travel again soon to continue our training and partnerships in the Middle East. Many church leaders are suffering and are in dire need of our support.