… for two single gals who serve Muslims in N. Asia in a context of tremendous political instability.
… for Muslim gals acclimating to Western university settings will find friends who can lead them to Jesus.
… that God will raise up women in the Latin American diaspora church to outreach to Muslims in their communities.
… that the Holy Spirit would empower America’s children and youth for Christ-like friendships with their Muslim classmates this school year.
… for Joy, who gives her life daily in service to Muslims in Canada.
… for technologies being developed that will give unreached Muslim women unprecedented access to the Bible.
… that connections Say Hello has made at the Assemblies of God General Council will translate into good news for more Muslim girls!
… for S., a Muslim student in the US and her husband—who have miraculously opened their hearts to deepening friendships with Christ-followers who love them.
… for a Muslim soon-to-be birthmother who needs Jesus and wisdom for adoption options.
… that Say Hello’s participation at this year’s Assemblies of God General Council will compel new workers for mission to Muslims.
… for the many Muslim university students who will participate in international student programs this fall—that they will be matched with families who unashamedly follow Jesus.
… that Say Hello’s pilot Care Group which will re-convene this fall will pave the way for new fruitful Christian/Muslim friendships.u
… again for the adoption of a Muslim child into a Christian home, since the family have run into a difficult hindrance.
… for provision and favor for two strategically placed female workers in North Asia.
… for a Say Hello’s presence in Romania this week, as a delegate couple will introduce outreach to Muslims to local believers in a community where many Muslims live.
… for the “Hausa” women of Equatorial Guinea—a group of largely unreached Muslims who need divine appointments with loving, Christian women.
… that Fariba, a Muslim background believer and church planter among Muslim Iranians where she lives, will find favor among them.
… that God will provide opportunity for Muslim and Christian women in Tajikistan to relate spiritually, in spite of sudden limitations placed upon their interactions and the strict monitoring of their communications.
… for Assemblies of God women who are wrapping up a week of intensive training for life and service among Muslims.
… that Muslim women in Paris who have had exposure to the Good News would seek Jesus for the answers they need.
… that God will provide Say Hello with the workers we need for more effective ministry.
… for the seamless adoption of a Muslim child into a Christian home.
… against the devastating practice of FGM, especially as it it taking root in America.
… for the growing numbers of Latin American women who are answering God’s call to serve in restricted Muslim countries.
. . . for Fatim, a Malian woman who has recently heard the Good News story. She needs God’s revelation to grow her into faith in Christ.
. . . for the Cuban wife of a Muslim who now lives in his country and is suffering abuse. She needs a miracle for her marriage and her two sons.
. . . for Say Hello’s need for workers in our Stateside office.
. . . that Muslim women everywhere who are preparing for Ramadan’s start will hunger for relationship with God.
. . . for Muslim background women in Persian regions who are being discipled into ministerial service in their restricted access contexts.
. . . for H., a Saudi student who has experienced the presence of Jesus, but must return to her country following her graduation from university this week. Pray that she continues to pursue Christ.