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November 25, 2008

Earthquake out of the news, but…

Filed under: General, Prayer for China, Earthquake — mei @ 1:41 pm

The people in the earthquake zone have been out of the news, but subsequently rains  caused widespread flooding and mudslides.  In some villages most of the people’s belongings were swept away, leaving them with only the clothes on their backs.  In addition, in many cases, all the means of livelihood have been destroyed (farms, crops, factories), leaving the villagers with virtually no income.  Please continue to pray for these precious people.

August 7, 2008

Prayer Journal Available for Download

Filed under: General, Prayer for China, 2008 and Beyond — mei @ 11:25 am

The China Games & Beyond Prayer Journal is designed to guide you through an experience of prayer (and perhaps fasting) in the 40 days surrounding the 2008 Games in Beijing.

Each day contains a meditation, prayer points, questions for reflection, and blank pages for writing your prayers and reflections.

The journal is available hard copy for $8 at the Serving China Resources Page or the file can be downloaded for free here:

This year when you watch the Opening Ceremonies, and follow the events, join us in prayer for the Land of China and her people.

March 17, 2008

Welcome to the prayer wall…

Filed under: General, Prayer for China — PrayerBlogger @ 3:34 pm

This is a place of prayer dedicated to serving the needs of China. Whether praying for long term workers in China, for the people of China, or for those who simply wish to see the love of Jesus Christ blossom in this land - this is a place to cry out to Jesus and his people around the world. We ask that privacy be respected always, and courtesy and compassion be the basis for this community at all times. Thank you for joining the movement of prayer for China, blessings to you!

Remember, when posting, do not use personally identifiable information. Use initials for names and never post an email address, phone number, or address of a brother or sister in China!

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