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LAOS: Pray for ‘Dee’ Living in Safe House

LAOS: Pray for ‘Dee’ Living in Safe House

A teenage girl from Laos went home while on holiday from her high school to share her new Christian faith with her family, but was immediately rejected and disowned for becoming a believer.

‘Dee,’ 16, had once heard many negative things about the Christian faith, but after becoming a believer, she thought it would be okay to tell her parents about what she had learned. Her parents were not happy and tried to force Dee to renounce her faith. When she refused, insisting that she will follow Jesus no matter what happens to her, her parents kicked her out of the home and told her that she is no longer their daughter.

Church leaders are helping Dee, who is staying in a safe house, and they ask for prayers for her and say that although she is sad about her parents, she still has a lot of joy and peace. Dee also asks for prayers for her parents and wants them to know Christ.

Source: The Voice of the Martyrs USA

Prayer Points

  • Pray the Lord will grow Dee in her faith to enable her to fully embrace her new life in Christ.
  • Thank the Lord for strengthening her through a difficult trial so soon in her Christian walk. Thank the Lord for the provision of a home.
  • Echo Dee’s prayers for her family ─ that they too may know of the Lord’s mercy and plan of salvation.

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LAOS: Pray for Shua, Beaten and Robbed

LAOS: Pray for Shua, Beaten and Robbed

Since accepting Christ three years ago, ‘Shua,’ a poor Khmu Christian, has been beaten many times. Most recently, someone in his rural village poisoned his two pigs, his only property of value.

“All the people of his village hate him and the 20 other Christians in the village,” said a VOM partner. Despite his losses, Shua continues to share the Gospel.

Three months after losing his pigs, Shua reported that he had led six people to the Lord and four other believers had been baptised.

Shua’s village is an eight-hour journey from the main road, and it’s hard for him to fellowship with other believers. Although life in his village is difficult, Shua remains faithful to Christ.

Source: The Voice of the Martyrs USA

Prayer Points
• Thank the Lord for Shua’s bold, evangelical spirit and his faithful desire to serve Him.
• Ask God to provide for his needs, including the opportunity to fellowship with other Christians.
• Ask the Lord to guide and strengthen the new converts in faith; pray for those in the area who currently oppose the Gospel.

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