Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.’ (Jeremiah 33:3)

It's wonderful to know that, when we call out to God in prayer, he will answer us. In fact, he invites us to do that. That's a huge encouragement to us, especially since the children we serve have such deep needs. But that's not all. God also promises to speak to us when we pray. and to reveal things to us we could not have known otherwise. It's as we spend time in prayer that God reveals his will and his plans to us.

Please join us in calling out to God for our partners and for the children they serve so faithfully. As we do that, we know that he will not just answer our prayers but also speak to us. A few current prayer points are below. You can also sign up for our quarterly prayer diary, or to become a prayer partner and receive ad hoc prayer requests by email. Contact us to get started.


Latest prayer points

Please remember BCT and our partners within your personal prayer times or your regular prayer group. Below are some fresh points for prayer:

  • Pray for the global effects of COVID-19. In the global south in particular, the pandemic has dramatically affected many people's income and the food supply chain. With fears growing for a worldwide recession after the pandemic recedes, millions of people are at risk of poverty and food scarcity. Pray with us that the world's most vulnerable children will be provided with the food they need.
  • Praise God that he uses our partner projects to speak his truths to large audiences via local media, including Rev Jean-Paul of LVLE. Pray that God will continue to build up our partners’ authority and influence, and pray they will have many more opportunities to speak out. 
  • Pray for all the wonderful individuals who are involved in our partner projects in Zambia, Rwanda and DRC. Pray that they will put down deep roots into God and draw on him for deep spiritual nourishment and guidance. Declare over them Psalm 1:3: that they will be like ‘a
    tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf
    does not wither – whatever they do prospers’.

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