A Call for Repentance and Prayer
Our focus this week is on Latin America and the Caribbean. During the 20th Century, the Americas proved to be the most dynamic Christian continent. Especially in Latin America the growth of the Evangelicals in the 20th century has been spectacular.
However there are certain “hot spots” that needs urgent prayer.
· The moral devastation caused by drug trafficking is corrupting all spheres of life and destroying the lives of millions of people.
· The unresolved issue of widespread poverty which was caused by economic progress that failed to filter down to the poor. Marxist guerrilla insurrections once plagued many countries but since 1990 these have reduced in number. This still leaved many democratic governments fragile and economies struggling in many countries.
· Centuries of wrongs against the indigenous peoples have caused civil wars where protest and revolt came from the repressed e.g. Guatemala and Peru.
(Operation World – 21st Century Edition)
Let us join as the Body of Christ worldwide as we pray for the people of this diverse continent.
Visit these links for more prayer information:
We give thanks to the Lord for 162 nations registered officially for theGlobal Day of Prayer on 23 May 2010. To see whether your country, region or city is registered please visit http://www.globaldayofprayer.
The following nations in Latin America and the Caribbean have NOT registered officially :
The Falkland Islands
Antigua & Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Virgin Islands of the USA
Register by sending us an e-mail and informing us at firstname.lastname@example.org orregister online at http://www.globaldayofprayer.
We would also like to remind you of the Global Day of Prayer Celebration conference in Cape Town 19 – 23 May 2010.
To register and/or to get more information visit the websitewww.gdop2010.com.
Our dream is to have at least one couple from each nation in the world and we are trusting the Lord for that.
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