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Day of Prayer: coming soon

Posted by bms_prayer at 10:56 on 16th February 2011

This coming Monday is BMS World Mission's Day of Prayer 2011 and we'd love to know how you're planning to join in the day.


We already know of BMS workers and partners gathering together on Monday, or at some point in the preceding weekend, in the following countries: Bangladesh, D R Congo, India, Israel, Lebanon, Nepal, Palestine, Spain, Thailand & Zimbabwe.


There are also events planned in Didcot, Birmingham, Bangor, Camarthen and Cardiff, with others elsewhere still to be confirmed.


We have a range of resources to help you pray including a main programme for the day, an all-age PowerPoint prayer and readings and prayers for every hour, written by Mark Woods, Editor of The Baptist Times.


Whether you're in the UK or overseas, praying with friends and family or alone, please let us know where you'll be and how you'll be focusing your prayers.


You can do that by using the comments box below. Thank you.


God is doing great things through BMS and it is a privilege to pray that he will continue to expand your vision and empower your personnel both overseas and in UK. Thank you for including prayers for SAT-7 during the day.

I will be joining with everyone in prayer as I travel in Brazil, where there is much evidence of answered prayer in the lives of our personnel and in the life of the church.

We will be meeting in small groups at various times during the BMS Day of Prayer and then together in the evening at the primary school we are using while our church (Trafalgar Road, Horsham) is being rebuilt.

BMS Day of Prayer will be featured on the Welsh religious affairs programme on BBC Radio Cymru on Sunday morning (27/02/11).

Hanbury Hill Baptist Church, Stourbridge where am in membership Day of Prayer 8am -8pm to include BMS materiasl

Will specifically be praying on the 28th Feb at 8.30am, India time.
Ann Bothamley, a BMS volunteer in Vellore

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