Sep 18: Niger | Operation World

Issues facing the church:

a) Many believers are isolated, often illiterate and rarely have systematic Bible teaching available. Pray for literacy programmes as well as oral methods of learning scriptural truths and becoming disciples. Pray for groups to form, even if only very small, for the sake of those who need fellowship with other Christians.

b) Unity is needed. Despite the small size of the Church, a number of denominations have split. Pray for greater unity, especially through the work of AMEEN.

c) Leadership training. The EERN and UPEEN denominations run two middle-level Bible schools. Also, SIM and its five church partners operate a higher-level Bible school (ESPRiT) in Niamey. Many small Bible training schools and modular/TEE schools are run by different denominations, such as Institute Biblique Baptist de Soir. Pray for effective ways to train more leaders and to further train those currently in pastoral work.

d) Educational needs provide an opportunity for Christians to make a huge difference in Niger. The government cannot afford to educate all children, so many – especially girls – receive no schooling at all. Agencies such as SIM, Tearfund and World Horizons, as well as denominations such as EERN, open and run schools that offer valuable education for primary-aged children and open doors for demonstrating the gospel. Pray for material and human resources to properly seize this opportunity.

via Sep 18: Niger | Operation World.

via Sep 18: Niger | Operation World.

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