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Last updated: 21 October 2018    10:17 PM

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Prayer points

Hope in Christ Orphanage / School / Clinic : Read Luke 18: 15 – 17 & Matthew 4: 23 - 25


Paul & Mary & staff in daily running of the school

Ministry & education at the school with up to 156 children in 5 classes with up to 30 housed on site.

Thanks - funding for 3 teacher’s salaries - Provision for other 2 teachers salaries.

Thanks - a meal twice weekly for all children – Provision for a meal every school day

Thanks for the work at the clinic – Heyfort & his team – Thanks for Refraction Training for Heyfort.

Provision of equipment & medicines for the clinic inc eyes testing equipment.

Zambia will have fewer street children who so often end up in prison because they are hungry and steal food.

Guidance for the 2018 Graduates from the Bible School at Hope In Christ – Matthew 28: 16 -20


Zambian Prisons : Read Matthew 25: 35 - 40


Pastor Paul & Pastor Green’s Prison Ministry including Alpha ministry in the prisons and their families.

Pastor Kwacha’s prison & school ministry and his family

Ministry of Chaplain General and the Regional & Local Prison Chaplains

Commissioner General of Prisons, Mr Percy Chato and staff in all 58 prisons led by him

Improvement in prison conditions

Prisoners -  men, women & juveniles; specific prisoners known to the team Steve, Oscar, Orice, Sekelani



Other Points : Read Isaiah 61: 1- 3


Alpha Zambia office – Sizwe Mwale Director & David Thompson Chairman & Tom Miles Alpha Africa

Thanks for the Chepstow team visit in June 2018

Suzen & her family (Charles, Moses & Tyson) – The Gambi Family (Maggie & her 7 orphaned siblings)

Better healthcare to combat AIDS & TB

Fair Price for Zambian Copper on worlds markets

Good maize & other crop yields to keep food prices down.