Friday, July 8, 2011

July Prayer / Journal Calendar


Rwanda Prayer Calendar – July, 2011

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7 Prayer Prompt: For focus for Mama Deborah' as she works toward a business degree at University.
Journal Prompt: Describe your impressions of Jen & Serge. What did you most appreciate about them?
8 Prayer Prompt: For Mama Deborah's leadership of Ubuzima.
Journal Prompt: In the days and weeks ahead, how do you want to continue praying for Jen & Serge?
9 Prayer Prompt: For wisdom for Mama Deborah as she makes business decisions regarding Ubuzima.
Journal Prompt: What was one thing you learned about AIDS in Africa from our experience in Rwanda?
10 Prayer Prompt: For courage and compassion for the ladies of Ubuzima.
Journal Prompt: How can you share what you learned about AIDS in Africa with your community – school, work, home, etc?
11 Prayer Prompt: For wisdom regarding how to build upon our experience in Rwanda here at home.
Journal Prompt: What's one thing you learned about peace and reconciliation from our experience in Rwanda?
12 Prayer Prompt: For Nancy's (who we visited on Wed in Kigali) health as she continues her battle with AIDS.
Journal Prompt: In light of our experience in Rwanda, who do you need to be reconciled with here at home? What steps can you take to bring about that reconciliation?
13 Prayer Prompt: For Denise's family as they continue to mourn and grieve their loss.
Journal Prompt: What's one thing you learned about water while in Rwanda?
14 Prayer Prompt: For all those throughout the world who do not have access to clean, safe drinking water.
Journal Prompt: What steps can you take here at home to conserve water? Why is this important?
15 Prayer Prompt: For wisdom for I-Teams Development Project in Kayonza.
Journal Prompt: What's one thing you learned about education while in Rwanda? How will this impact your life here at home?
16 Prayer Prompt: That God would provide the resources needed to bring electricity to Kayonza and fuel the well water pump.
Journal Prompt: What's one thing you now understand about refugees that you didn't before our time in Rwanda?
17 Prayer Prompt: For the ministries of L'Eglise Vivante.
Journal Prompt: What do you appreciate now that you didn't before we went to Rwanda?
18 Prayer Prompt: For us to have the courage to become advocates for those issues that most deeply connected to us while we were in Rwanda.
Journal Prompt: What are you thankful for?
19 Prayer Prompt: For Prince, Isabella, and Beni.
Journal Prompt: What was the hardest aspect of our trip to Rwanda for you? What did you learn from that difficulty?
20 Prayer Prompt: That God would provide funding for Jen & Serge to finish building their house.
Journal Prompt: What's one thing you'd change about our trip to Rwanda? How would changing that have made this trip a better experience?
21 Prayer Prompt: That God would give the interns who work with Jen & Serge compassion and focus.
Journal prompt: Nearly a month after returning from Rwanda, what's been most difficult for you about returning to life here in America?
22 Prayer Prompt: For the Street Kid Ministry in Kigali. Journal Prompt: What are you afraid you're starting to forget from our time in Rwanda?
23 Prayer Prompt: That tomorrow's Shareholder's Dinner will inspire our congregation to become advocates for refugees, the poor, and the oppressed.
Journal Prompt: Who have you told about our trip to Rwanda? What was it like for you tell them?
24 Prayer Prompt: Praise God for all those who joined us for tonight's Shareholder's Dinner!
Journal Prompt: With whom has it been difficult to share your trip to Rwanda? What's made it difficult to share your trip with this person?
25 Prayer Prompt: For David and his work with the Street Kids in Kigali.
Journal Prompt: A month after returning from Rwanda, how's your life here different than it was before? How do you hope it will continue to be different?
26 Prayer Prompt: That God would provide school funding for the Kigali Street Kids.
Journal Prompt: What's issue in Rwanda most deeply connected to you? What can you do about that issue now that you've returned home?
27 Prayer Prompt: For peace in the Congo.
Journal Prompt: How can you advocate for education, water, and / or refugees?
28 Prayer Prompt: That God would raise up a new leader for the Youth Group at Kizaba as Emile prepares to resettle in the US.
Journal Prompt: A month after returning home from Rwanda, what hasn't changed about you? How does that make you feel?
29 Prayer Prompt: That God would bring hope to those at Kiziba.
Journal Prompt: What did being in Rwanda teach you about God? Your faith?
30 Prayer Prompt: Praise God for the education that we receive here in the US!
Journal Prompt: How has your view of yourself changed as a result of our trip to Rwanda?
31 Prayer Prompt: For wisdom for the UN's High Commission for Refugees as they continue to manage refugee camps throughout the world.
Journal Prompt: When have you felt lonely or isolated since you've been back home?







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