Rwandan church leaders praying together'Then Moses said, “Now show me your glory.”' (Exodus 33:18)

Like Moses, we want more than anything to see God's glory. And we do see it. We see God's glory in our partners who give of themselves so tirelessly. We see it in the churches who strive to welcome, safeguard and nurture marginalised children. We see it in the children themselves, as they grow and become stronger and wiser. We remember this as we pray and, because we remember it, we're inspired to pray for more. We ask God, humbly but insistently, to show us more of his glory, in families, in communities and in the lives of individual children.

Please pray with 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:

  • Please pray for sustained peace in Zambia, following last month’s elections. Elections often stir up tensions that can lead to violence: pray in the opposite spirit, for a fresh optimism to take root in the country. Please ask God to protect the Wukwashi team.
  • Pray that the SCWA coalition and its influence will grow and will be ever-more effective in extending God’s kingdom into areas where sin and oppression have taken root. Give thanks for a successful online Forum in May, which brought together delegates from Nigeria, Kenya, DRC, Australia and the UK. Pray that connections forged at this event will result in meaningful action and collaboration.
  • Give thanks for a ‘Heart of the Matter’ online ‘training of trainers’ event that took place in Nigeria in August. The event had been nearly two years in the planning, with several delays due to COVID. Give thanks also for a follow-up ‘Heart of the Matter’ training event, delivered to church leaders in Calabar by SCWA's contacts on the ground. Pray that both events will help fuel outrage at witchcraft-related abuse and decisive action to end it.

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