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PAOC Prayer - Your Update for the Week of October 5, 2020

PAOC Prayer - Your Update for the Week of October 5, 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.

Pray for the effectiveness of all of ERDO’s CCP programs and the almost 8,300 children who are benefitting from education, improved nutrition and spiritual nourishment. Pray that they will know they are loved and cared for, especially during this time of COVID-19. Pray also that more people would step forward to accept opportunities for sponsorship of the children and families on the waiting list.

Steve & Heather Chaloner
Pray that God would restore Steve to full health, and bring peace and comfort to him, Heather and their family. Pray that God would completely heal him and remove all of the cancer in his body.

Pray continually for God to intervene in the spread of COVID-19, which has infected more than 35,027,545, and killed nearly 1,034,840 people around the world.1 Pray for healing for those infected, and comfort for those who have lost loved ones. Ask God to strengthen and protect frontline and essential workers and to grant peace to their families who are concerned for them. Pray that, as many countries begin to ease restrictions, their economies will respond well and new infections will be limited. Pray for extra protection for people in developing countries who are already malnourished and more vulnerable to this disease. Pray also for the hundreds of PAOC global workers who have remained in the country of their calling, serving their communities and displaying the love of Christ throughout this global pandemic.

1. World Health Organization (

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