December Prayer Points

4th-10th December

  • Faughan RPC gives thanks to God for some people from the community coming to our Pop-up Café, held on average once per month since September. Most of these people have come by personal invitation, including during door-to-door work. Pray that as these people receive Christian literature they will come to faith in Christ and also accept our invitation to join with us in worship.
  • Nantes RPC (France) – Pray for the ongoing construction work at Nantes that there would be no more delays, and more opportunities would arise to share the gospel with those working on the site.
  • Convoy RPC – Over the past years we have had lots of visitors attending our social events, but very few coming to our Bible studies or worship services, so we have been delighted to have a few visitors attending both Bible studies and worship services recently.  We thank the Lord and pray that they will know the Lord’s presence with us and hear his voice speaking through his word.  Please pray that they will keep coming.
  • Spain RPC – Pray for Isaac and Rachel as they settle into life and work in Seville.
  • Covenant Christian Fellowship, Galway – We have begun a street outreach ministry, taking place on Saturday nights every three weeks or so. Thank God for all of the gospel conversations that have taken place, and for the gospels of Luke and the tracts that have been given away. Pray that the Holy Spirit would prepare people to come along to talk at our “free tea and coffee” stand.  We have already seen evidence that the people who come along are not there “by accident”.


27th November – 3rd December

  • Dromore RPC -Give thanks that we had a special day last Lord’s Day as members renewed their commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ as King of the Church and nation. “Let your hand be ready to help me, for I have chosen your precepts” – Psalm 119:173.
  • Knockbracken RPC – Give thanks that this week as a congregation we marked the 250 Years Covenant Witness of the Knockbracken Reformed Presbyterian Church.
  • Convoy RPC –  Pray that God will work through the “What’s the story” nationwide, public 6 weeks of discussion meetings we participated in last month and that we can follow up on contacts made. Give thanks for such great booklets, videos and promotional material.
  • Cullybackey RPC –  Give thanks for our covenant renewal service held in October. Pray that by God’s grace we will continue to be faithful to the vows we have made and that it will spur us on in our service of our ever-faithful Saviour and King.
  • Spain RPC –  We give thanks to the Lord for the Installation service and that several people from Northern Ireland were able to attend and see with their own eyes what the Lord is doing in this land of Spain. We are really sure that this is the answer to your prayers for the work of the Lord in Spain.
  • Please remember the Hope 153 Ministry in prayer as we visit Enniskillen town centre on the 1st Saturday of each month to give out free tea and coffee and gospel literature.
  • Covenant Christian Fellowship, Galway – Pray for the Bookshop ministry, that those who serve there would be alert to opportunities to share God’s Word in conversation.
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