Please pray for my family, which is in a state of collapse spiritually and materially. I am undergoing difficult moments within the family, including financial problems.
I am 35 years old and a school administrator in General Santos City, Philippines. Please pray for my interview at the United States embassy—that the Lord will touch the heart of the consul and I will receive approval of my nonimmigrant visa so that I can attend an education convention in Michigan.
I have several requests for prayer. First, pray for my family and me for financial blessings. Right now I am unemployed and have had a hard time finding a job since I graduated with my master’s degree. I am looking for a job within my major; and I would also like to pursue a Ph.D. In addition, please pray that God will bless me with a godly husband for life who is within the church. Last, pray for the people around the world, especially those who don’t know Jesus.
—Andrea, United States
Would you please help pray for the church in Malawi? Keep up the good job as we await the soon coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.
I was not an Adventist, having been brought up in a Pentecostal church. I came across the Adventist World magazine, and from the time I started reading it my life has changed. I need your prayers so that my faith will grow strong and I will gain knowledge and wisdom—and so that God will guide my family and me. I have joined the Adventist Church despite opposition from my parents. I know I will overpower their opposition through your prayers.
I am married with two children. I really need a job for sustaining my family in regard to their daily needs and financial assistance for school that comes from me. Please pray for me.
I am writing about some job interviews I will be attending. They are highly competitive, but with God nothing is impossible. Please join me in prayer.