Pray for Ashe
- From Eden to Eternity Drama team: Stamina
Nigeria, United Kingdom [2010-05-13] —
From Eden to Eternity drama tour, UK: On the move and relating to new people each day is physically and mentally demanding. No time for mistakes, accidents or breakdowns! Pray for health, teamwork and stamina. The team needs daily refreshing from the Lord in order to perform to their usual standard one more time, for his glory.
- From Eden to Eternity Bible drama challenges
Nigeria, United Kingdom [2010-05-12] —
The From Eden to Eternity team needs ingenuity to adapt to different logistics for each performance. None of the venues are purpose-built theatres! Pray for good communication between Saltmine, Wycliffe and the church hosts, as each play their part and strengthen one another. (Eph 4:16)
- From Eden to Eternity drama to stir hearts to give God's word
Nigeria, United Kingdom [2010-05-11] —
The tour begins May 11th in Exeter—the first time the actors will perform the drama for real. Pray that it will go really well. Afterwards, Niffer Davey, who is involved in Bible translation in Nigeria, will present the challenge of 2,300+ language communities around the world that do not have the Bible. Pray that people will be moved to love the Lord their God with all their heart, soul, mind and strength, and to share his word with others who do not have this blessing.
- From Eden to Eternity Bible drama to impact hearts
Nigeria, United Kingdom [2010-05-10] —
Hundreds of churches in 27 locations in the UK have been informed about a performance of From Eden to Eternity in their vicinity. Pray for good numbers in each place, and that people will hear God speaking to them. The script is lively, often funny, and the message is powerful. For daily news from the team, please email email@example.com
- Tough family decisions for Ashe translator
Nigeria [2009-12-02] —
Peter Dogo, the Ashe translator, was married last December to Esther. They are expecting a baby in a few months’ time. This new family faces some tough decisions, which the little one did not choose, and perhaps some difficulties which even the parents know nothing about. Please pray for the family lives of translators and their children.
- Second Ashe translator sought
Nigeria [2009-12-01] —
Currently, there is only one Ashe translator. While a project can work with one, often there is a synergy with two or more. The project committee want to hire a second translator, and are trying to decide which applicant to choose (spiritual qualities, technical skills, right attitude, motivation, a good team player, etc.)