Team report submitted by Chrissy
During the last two weeks of January a group of 6 intercessors took a road trip along the Nile river. The vision was to pray in cities and places the Lord had highlighted as gateways of sin, violence, false religion, oppression and declare God’s Kingdom rule and reign.
We piled into a trusty SUV and meandered 2,900 kilometers along the complex yet astounding roads of the country. Each leg of the drive was distinct, and each meeting ordained by the Lord. We sped along at breakneck pace on curvy desert roads. We encountered countless speedbumps on an agricultural road, dodging sugarcane tractors, donkey carts, rickshaws, and praying through towns and villages as God brought to our eyes and hearts the beauty of the land and people.
Continue reading for more Egypt highlights and pictures…
Leaving mid-January, a small US team will be joining intercessors in Egypt for a prayer journey at ancient and strategic “gates” along the Nile River. We will also visit local Houses of Prayer to minister to those who have been faithfully interceding for Egypt. Immediately following, I will go to India to help set up a corporation for the purpose of creating and managing small businesses. Thank you for your joining with us in prayer.
Rejoice with us in this great news report from “TIMES OF INDIA” regarding Kashmir (we prayed for 40 hours in Sept, 2016 – only God could have accomplished this!):
90% dip in stone-pelting incidents in Kashmir in 2017: J&K DGP
PTI | Updated: Nov 13, 2017, 20:40 IST
“(There is) a more than 90% fall in stone pelting in Kashmir Valley (this year) as compared to the last year. It is a huge decrease”, Vaid told PTI here.
“There are weeks when there is not even a single case of stone pelting while in a day (last year) there used to be more than 50 incidents taking place. There is a huge change in the mood of people”, he said.
“Even on Friday, where it used to be normal to have 40-50 incidents of stone pelting in a day (last year), not even a single incident is taking place (this year)”, the DGP said.
This has been a year of wagging our heads, saying to God, “What did you do??” How did you do that??” Enjoy some highlights of 2017 — four trips to North India as well as prayer journeys to Manipur (northeast India), Thailand, Cambodia and Nepal – a year of being amazed by God.
We are very excited about the sheep project in Northern Kashmir (God orchestrated this when our team was “stuck” there due to a snow storm last January). All 125 sheep have been bought and the people are excited! They now have hope of a much better future and we have full access to pray and release the Presence of God amongst this unreached people group.
Continue Reading more 2017 highlights…