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PAOC Prayer - Your Update for the Week of November 30, 2020

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PAOC Prayer is a weekly communication of prayer requests sent from the PAOC International Office in Mississauga, Ont. To download a PDF version of PAOC Prayer, please click here.

Join us this week in praying for these specific needs in our nation, our world, and in our PAOC family of workers, both internationally and in Canada. If you have received this communication as a forwarded message and want to sign up for weekly prayer updates, click here.

Julius & Jade Kenyamanyara
Jade was transported to Kenya for treatment after suffering a stroke, but passed away after several days in intensive care. Pray for comfort and peace for Jade’s husband, children, and extended family during this very difficult time. Pray also for Julius’ strength throughout these coming days, and for comfort for the people in the Villages of Hope in Mwanza and Bulale, where Jade and Julius serve.

Rodney & Kaja Corcoran
Pray that the Bible school students and leaders would be enriched by their time of training. Pray that God will bless and guide the new church plant initiatives in Estonia, and that He will grant the Corcorans wisdom and greater effectiveness in reaching people with the gospel. Pray also for opportunities for leadership development programs to be launched with other European partners.

Please continue to pray for God’s intervention in the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected more than 62,662,180, and killed nearly 1,460,225 people around the world.1 Pray for healing for those stricken with COVID-19, and comfort for those whose loved ones have passed away. May God continually strengthen and protect frontline and essential workers. Pray that, as many countries are easing some restrictions, their economies will respond well. Pray for continued diligence in wearing masks, washing hands, and physical distancing whenever possible, so that the spread is limited wherever the virus is present. Pray for protection and provision for people in developing countries who are malnourished and more vulnerable to this disease. Pray also for PAOC global workers who are remaining in the countries where they have been called to minister, and who are continuing to serve their communities with excellence during this pandemic.

1. World Health Organization (

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