Digital Prayer Sheet

July 10, 2024

Prayer Requests

  • Please pray for our missionaries to Honduras, the Gutierrez family. A couple of sister churches in Honduras joined them as they recently hosted a family camp which had sessions for men, ladies, teens, and children! Many people from the community came and several trusted Christ for their Saviour.
  • Please pray for Kevin and Loretta Walker. During this month they will be on the reservations in Arizona and New Mexico. They do their VBS meetings there without any cost to the missionaries due to the extreme poverty, so are trying to raise $6,360 for fuel and prizes for the children.
  • Local Requests
    • Pray that we would have God’s power to do what He has called us to do and that we would not do it in our own ability.
    • Pray that God would give us boldness to share the gospel with those who need to hear it.
    • Pray that God would open our eyes and hearts to see and love those around us in word and deed who need to know Jesus.
  • National Requests

    • Pray for Christians and churches to be aware of God’s presence transforming their lives, and that they would be surrendered to what God wants to do in them.
    • Pray for the next generation to receive truth and live as an example to the believers in seeking after Christ.
  • Global Requests
    • Indonesia – Population: 279,798,049 – Christian: 5.6%
    • A spiritual conflict rages for Indonesia. Ancient and strong occult powers seek to oppose the influence of the gospel, while modern Muslim stratagems seek to eliminate Christianity and remove the presence of the good news. Pray specifically for the binding of these powers and for continued growth of the Church in the midst of intense opposition and growing persecution.
    • Millions of Indonesians need a new place to live. Pray that Christians might show the love of Jesus to these displaced peoples. As a result of earthquakes, tsunamis, and floods, millions have become homeless or displaced and 200,000 have died in the last twenty years. More than 500,000 Christians from Maluku and central Sulawesi have suffered personal loss, bitter trauma, and loss of their ancestral homelands to Muslim groups. Although the violence has passed, these areas have shifted from the two religious populations living amidst one another to a separation that means there is much less interaction between Muslims and Christians – and therefore much less witness to Jesus for those who do not know him.
    • Riau Malay in Indonesia – population: 1,923,000
      • 99% Muslim – 0.8% Christian
      • The Melayu Riau have been influenced by Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist and European cultures. Islam influences almost every aspect of present-day life for the Melayu Riau and parents emphasize religious education over formal education, particularly in primary school. At the same time, many common practices indicate the strong adherence to traditional spiritual beliefs – for example, potions used to ward off evil spirits.
      • Pray for spiritual discernment and a hunger for truth.
      • Pray for faithful and loving workers to go to them with the gospel.
      • Pray for Riau Malay disciples to make more disciples.
Birthdays

7/10 -Sunny Register
7/10 – Hosanna Armao
7/11 – Caleb Lawhorn
7/12 – Cheyenne Fenley
7/13 – Michael Gammage
7/15 – Cambrin Lattie

Anniversaries

7/16 – Luvon & Ann Davis

Weekly Giving Report
Weekly Giving Report

$25,177.81

English General – $12,152.15
Missions – $2,901.94
Building – $10.00
Ethan Daugherty Memorial – $0.00
Spanish General – $3,722.77
Spanish Building – $989.79
Eastern Shore – $4,574.06
Eastern Shore Building – $262.10
Eastern Shore Missions – $565.00

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Recurring Prayer Requests

Salvation

Ande Atwell
Michael Brunson Jr.
Alex Karimnia
Kevin Wyatt
Russell Daugherty
Carl Greer
Michael Molette
Carlos & Maria Joachin
Damian Williamson
John Knowles
Stephanie Knowles
Dina Pritchett
Lucille Patterson
Dwayne Gregory
Alan Gaccione
Gordon Lawless Jr
Flora Hudson
Johnny Hartwick
R.P. Martin
Noble Person
Wellborn Family
Paul Hogar
Don White
Brandon Tatum
Joe Sanchez
Carl Williams
Ezell Children
Michelle Lewis
John Driskel
Paul Tobin
Matthew Childers
Chris Parker
Terry Lambert
Andrea Lambert
Dan Crenshaw
Gary Hearn
Scott Hearn
Brian Hearn

Cancer

Tish Fluet
David Johnston
Art Sanchez
Chuck Renstrom
Freddy Wheeler
Rhonda Smitts
John Osbourne
Ken Durrett
Tonya Flynn
Mark Lammon
Bill Gossert
Alaric Augensen
Mark Guy
Allan Barbar
Sofia Rider
Ted Hendrix
Valronica Scales
Marilyn Woody
Terry Smith
Joan Williamson
Brad Peterson
Katie Eddins
Jacqueline Biggs
Brooke Newbill
Sheila Huff

Service Men and Women

Jerret Green
Jonathan Scott
Lou Blakely
Larry Spurlin
Jason Gammage
Chris Dean
James Cox
Paran Buckley
Greg Green
Allan Lammon
Carlos Turrubiates
Justin Chunn
Ray Stalheim
Stephen Carter
Steven Jacks
Matt Helton
John Perron
Bobbie Siebert
Jason Garza
James Ryan
Lee Fulghum
Daniel Evans
Michael Quinn
Ben Dunlap
Chris White
Dark McNeely
Michael Brown
Robert Brazell
Bill Maupin
Rick Blayney
Randy Brazel
Alyssa Gammage
Nathan Summers
Toni Summers

Full-Time College Students

Christian Berrien
Luke Dupuy
Jeremiah Green
Sofia Green
Jonathan Hackett
Yane Lee
Yumi Jung
AJ Knight
Ashton Knight
Acadia Morgan
Leah O’Rourke
Gavin Ramsey
Chris Register
Hunter Register
Jillian Sanchez
Daniel Tewell
Anna Wruck
Jonathan Britt

American Missionaries

Andrews Family
BEAMS Ministry
Bethel Baptist Church
Bounds Family
Byrd Family
Christian Law Association
Christian Media International
Gardner Family
Happiness Hill Girl’s Home
Harvey Family
Heartland Baptist Bible College
Independent Baptist Friends of Alabama
Kelso Family
Ketchum Family
Kilpatrick Family
King Family
Kraich Family
Lankford Family
Maret Family
Mission of Hope
Oprzedek Family
Payte Family
Round-Up Ministries
The Andrew Russ Family
Siemer Family
Solid Rock Boys Home
Storm Family
Teaching All Nations
Terry Family
Turriza Family
West Coast Baptist College
White Family

World Missionaries

Argentina
Becker Family
Owens Family

Australia
Bruner Family
Tingson Family

Belize
Harris Family

Bolivia
Lopez Family
Courtney Mathos

Brazil
Bruner Family
Lawson Family
Sherrouse Family
Whitmore Family

Cambodia
Has Family

Caribbean Islands
Coupe Family

China
Till Family
Mahaffey Family

Colombia
Sanabria Family

Dominican Republic
Tirado Family

Ecuador
Loyola Family
Barona Family
Guaman Family
Guerrero Family
Matos Family
Olvera Family
Montalvo Family
Ibarra Family

England
Snode Family

Fiji
Leonard Family

Guyana
Shrivnauth Family

Germany
Passaro Family

Guam
Barnes Family

Guatemala
Haag Family

Haiti
Lerisse Family

Honduras
Goins Family
Gutierrez Family

Iceland
Shaver Family

India
Gazaway Family
Light in the 10/40 Window
Jackson Family

Italy
Keister Family

Ireland
Gustavo Family
Hamilton Family

Japan
Morgan Family

Kenya
Mickey Family

Mexico
Ashcraft Family
Flores Family
Garcia Family
Gonzalez Family
GSBI
Kim Family
Montaño
Mt. Hebron
Ochoa Family
Ortiz Family
Ratcliff Family
Ricardez Family
Pérez Family
Villarreal Family

Micronesia
Rothwell Family

Mongolia
Ritchie Family

Mozambique
Wilkerson Family

Myanmar
Kim Family

New Zealand
Freyer Family

Nigeria
Holmes Family
McGuffee Family

Panama
Mendez Family

Papua New Guinea
Florence Family

Paraguay
McLean Family
Prater Family

Patagonia
Sheridan Family

Peru
McCormack Family
Lott Family
Williams Family
Foust Family

Philippines
Godsoe Family
Laurena Family
Morrissey Family

Puerto Rico
Martinez Family

Russia
Parak Family

South Africa
Womack Family

South Korea
Hoffman Family
Yoo Family

Spain
Velasquez Family
Puente Family
Martinez Family

Tanzania
Wyatt Family
Imani Feeding Center

Thailand
Shook Family
Tillman Family
Beil Family

Togo
Homawoo Family

Uganda
Schoof Family

Zambia
Collins Family

Restricted Access Nations
6 Missionary Families

Featured Missionary

The Lopez Family
Bolivia

  1. So far this year they have had their first wedding, held their first Missions Conference (supporting 8 missionaries), stated a new bus route, and had their highest church attendance of 268. Their goal is to consistently run 300 by 2025. 
  2. The end of last year, someone accused Bro. Lopez of running over their child, but the judge threw the case out because his car was parked at the airport at that time, as he was preaching out of town. Even though he was innocent, it still cost thousands of dollars in legal fees and was a waste of time! 
  3. In May while soul-winning, a motorcycle cut him off, causing him to run into it. After the riders accused him of trying to assassinate them, he was unlawfully put in jail for four days. 
  4. Although the investigation officially ruled he was innocent, it, too, cost thousands and much wasted time. Both incidents are from the same bus-route area where they are actively reaching people. 
  5. He was able to lead three cellmates to Christ! One of them was so discouraged that he was ready to end his life. Please pray for these three men that they would come to church and he could train them to become soldiers for Christ, and for God’s power and protection as they advance the cause of Christ in more strongholds of the Devil!

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