Disciples in Danger: Day of Prayer and Fasting

Disciples in Danger: Day of Prayer and Fasting
by Roger Lamb – Friday, 25 February 2011


13,000 murders in Mexico; earthquakes, cholera and riots in Haiti; UN peacekeepers in Abidjan; huge protests and violence in many countries in the Middle East; church buildings burned and Christians killed in Indonesia; disciples jailed and beaten in India. These are just some of the dangerous situations disciples face around the world.

Disciples Today and ICOC Hot News are asking every church who is willing to set aside at least one day in March for prayer and fasting for Disciples in Danger.

Follow Disciples Today on Twitter for the latest breaking news.

To help our prayer and fasting be meaningful, Disciples Today and ICOC Hot News are continuing our partnering to provide you with up to date information and inspiration.

Disciples Today will publish vital articles on key situations so you can know specifically who and what to pray for. We invite any disciples among the ICOC churches to send us articles and pictures so we can add your story. Send them to: content@dtoday.net

Click here to see a video of disciples persecuted in India and Pakistan.


Click here to read the first person account of what it is like to attend a worship service in Egypt as written by a brother and sister in Nairobi.


HotNews is releasing their latest video taking you to Mexico, Haiti and Ivory Coast to personally see stories of courage, faith, and love for God in some of the most difficult situations on earth. “Disciples in Danger” will be mailed to our subscribers by March 1.

To subscribe call Toney Mulhollan of ipibooks.com at 1 (832) 559-3658

About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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2 Responses to Disciples in Danger: Day of Prayer and Fasting

  1. Pingback: Disciples in Danger 2: Egypt « Eslkevin's Blog

  2. eslkevin says:

    More months or days of prayer requested

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