What to pray for this week

Join us in prayer Monday through Friday!

November 11-15 we are praying for our global missions partners.

Check out our Instagram and Facebook page for more content from these missionaries and organizations each day!

  • Monday - World Hope Kenya

    We have partnered with World Hope in Kenya for many years. They have an amazing church and academy right in the Kawangware slum. We are praying for their ministry to grow this year, for a new business model to help this ministry become self-sustaining, and for the students of World Hope Academy. 

  • Tuesday - New Missions in Haiti

    In Haiti, New Mission has 30 schools and 30 churches. They have a great need for libraries in their schools, and we are excited to partner with them on funding for this in 2020. This will allow students to thrive in their Christian education and give them tools to one day rise out of poverty. Today pray for this ministry and these students.

  • Wednesday - Hope Partners International

    In 2016, Hope Partners International began renovating a 7-acre compound and making it into a Hope Center, a place of rescue and transformation. Hope Academy currently educates more than 175 students and endeavors to equip them for lives of effective service. What was once the hostel is now a home for children called Mason’s Place. It is home today to 121 precious girls. Although the work is difficult and the challenges are many, we are seeing God do amazing things in the children’s lives. The Hope Center has become a beacon of spiritual light in a dark and difficult area.

    Please pray today for the girls in this home and that God would help guide them to more girls who need rescued from trafficking.

  • Thursday - Sensitive Info

    Today we are praying for something very sensitive. In order to keep our missions partners safe, we can not post this information on our website. Check out your 2020 missions strategy books for more info!

  • Friday - Partners in Missions, International

    Pastor Elijah Morar has been leading mission endeavors in Romania and throughout Europe for more than two decades with Partners in Missions International. 

    Elijah and Claudia were with us last year, and this year they have had many doors open up to plant discipleship churches across Europe. Please pray with us today for them and this mission!

Meet Our Guests

  • The Hovis Family

    Eric and Kelly Hovis are both North Carolina natives. Eric served for over ten years in  student ministry through Young Life and on staff at Providence Baptist  Church. He also has spent over nine years in the business world. Eric, Kelly, and their one year old at the time, Addie, served in Almaty,  Kazakhstan for a year and since then, have had two more children:  Stockton and Millie. After returning from Kazakhstan, the Hovis familynserved at Mercy Hill Church. The Hovis family is now planting New City Church in Tampa, Florida. Eric has a great passion for preaching the word of God, and both Eric and Kelly have a burden for the unreached around the world.

    Learn more about them here: https://www.newcitytpa.com

  • The Young Family

    Rick Young grew up in Canton, Ohio. He was saved at 13 and was called to ministry in college.

    Rick is married to Wendy and together they have 3 children. Wendy loves the Lord and was called into ministry at the age of 17. Rick worked in youth ministry for 19 years and was a campus pastor for five years. He and Wendy are now planting Watermark Church in Columbus, Ohio.

  • Kirk & Violeta Nowery

    Rev. Kirk Nowery began his ministry as Youth Pastor, then Pastor of what became the largest church in Miami, FL, a multi-cultural, multi campus church.  He led Dade Christian School, 2000 students on two campuses.  For over a decade he served as Chaplain of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins alongside Don Shula. His next assignment was serving Dr. John Maxwell to lead his stewardship company, Injoy Stewardship Services, partnering with 1000 churches and raising one billion dollars for ministry over a decade. God’s next assignment for him was to become the Chief Operating Officer of Samaritan’s Purse for Franklin Graham.  Perhaps his final assignment is founding Hope Partners International and getting back to the field with a mission to ‘Rescue children and transform their lives in Jesus name’.  He and his wife Violeta have lived in N. India since 2015 founding the Ajmer Hope Center which rescues girls from human trafficking, child slavery, leprosy colonies, extreme poverty and abanonment.  “My wife and I believe our children and grandchildren are our legacy. They serve in ministry in Iraq, Costa Rica and the U.S. We serve the mandate of Matthew 25 and reaching the ‘least of these’.

    See more about their ministry here: https://hopepartners.org

  • Ronnie & Janet McAdoo

    Ronnie ‘Mack’ McAdoo is the Founder and CEO of 1Died4All basketball. Janet works alongside Mack as the coordinator for 1Died4All basketball. 1Died4All uses the platform of basketball to introduce youth to the life-changing Gospel of Jesus Christ! 1Died4All is not a typical, ordinary basketball camp. The name of the camp comes from 2 Corinthians 5: 14 “Christ’s love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all” (1Died4All). The name was selected to ensure that every camper, coach, parent and participant knows that the most important element of this camp is the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is our sincere hope and desire that each participant would come to know Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior, would find their identity in Christ and develop a life-long relationship with him. 

    Mack and Janet have been married for more than 30 years. They have two adult children and they love spending time with their two amazing grandkids, Mason James and Sawyer Ray.