November’s prayer request bring thanks and concerns for the winter and future.
Dear friends, as many of you probably know, on the 13th of October, our dear friend Rev. Earl Greenough went on to be with the Lord. He was a great friend to the ministry in Estonia and to me and my family personally. I thank God for our years of friendship and the great things he did for the church in Estonia. We will always remember him and his dear wife Margie. Our prayers are with his family. Read More
We are thankful to God for the great time we had together with our pastors during our fellowship and study days in October. We were happy to spend time together and support each other.
During the pastor study days, we presented the new church planting team who will be planting a Russian-speaking church in Tallinn. We are so thankful to God for this wonderful group of people. Please pray with us as they start the Alpha course and lay the groundwork to start the church.
Over the fall break, we also had a city camp for teenagers in Tallinn and a youth leaders’ training retreat. Please pray for our youth ministry that it would continue to grow and reach more young people.
We pray that God will keep you and your loved ones safe during the pandemic, and give you His peace and joy in the midst of these troubling times.
Jesus said: “In this world, you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world” John 16:33
Happy Thanksgiving early!
Pray for third-year students as they begin work on their diploma papers which they will work on until the end of the school year and must complete and defend to graduate.
Pray for students living in Finland who now need to take their classes at the seminary remotely due to travel restrictions related to COVID.
Pray for the information technology workers as we continue to develop online resources and delivery systems to educate students who are not able to be in the classroom.
Praise God for the seminary’s board of trustees who unanimously approved a five-year plan to raise the salaries to the average level of pay for academic positions in Estonia. We pray for people to give generously over the next five years that we may attain this important goal and meet accreditation standards. We must raise $40,000 by the end of this year. Give Now – Look for the section called “For Contributions from the United States to donate online.”
Thank you for your prayers!
I am very thankful to God for protection. We hear a lot of hard news about the Covid virus every day. It looks like a miracle to be so safe and so well protected in Pärnu. Thank God and thank you for the prayers for us. Please keep praying with us, the same conditions will go on and people can live their regular lives without any big losses.
The new advent season is getting closer and there will be time for the concerts. It will be the time of the year, many non-Christians are interested to go to the church. It will be all extra difficult this year. Please pray for the wisdom to those, making plans and getting things organized.
Please pray for those getting ready to become members of Agape church. There are some people who have started the process and they also need prayers before everything will be decided.
Please pray for Nadežda, the member of Agape Church. She is getting ready for the birth of a baby. Please pray that everything will be fine for mom and the new baby.
Pray for all fathers and grandfathers, we celebrate in Estonia Fathers` Day in November. Thank God for our fathers!
Pray for all Christian media. One more thing to be thankful for.
Pray for unity in church and also in society.
I have been living in Paide for two months. I have total peace within and I am very satisfied that I moved. I keep making new contacts with the locals. I got a job position as well, I am teaching English in a private school, it’s a part time job.
I ask to pray for the kids of this school as many of them come from very difficult backgrounds and it has an impact on their studies. May I love them with the love of our God.
Let us continue to pray for the city and its people for hope and the future!
Thank you for supporting us with prayer.
Bless us, the “Year for God” project team, together with the youth, began to conduct Alpha courses for non-believing teenagers. Meetings take place on Saturdays, with up to 15 non-believers attending the meetings. Pray for a change in their lives so that Jesus Christ will become their God.
Also, with the assistance of the “Year for God” project, we began to form a new homegroup, from which we hope a new community will begin. Bless us that the Spirit of God will transform people through our ministry.
On November 28, a youth worship evening “AWE Tallinn” will be held, which is organized by our youth. May joint worship among representatives of different faiths will open heaven.
God is always good.
We are thankful that some of the children at the children’s center were able to be in the church’s teenage camp during the fall holiday. They really liked it. Alina, who previously attended the children’s center, is now actively involved in the work of the church and was also one of the helpers in the teenage camp.
The Tallinn Social and Health Care Department has several new employees. We pray that they will be open to the work of the children’s center and will continue to support our work also next year.
Please pray for an 18-year-old girl who was diagnosed with a rare disease and as a result of which her kidneys are almost no longer functioning. She is the sister of a woman from our congregation who lives in the Donetsk region of Ukraine, and medical care is poor in this region. We pray that the miracle of God may be in her life.
We are thankful to God that we have been able to attend services together. This week the number of infected has risen again. We ask for the health of the sick and for the virus to stop spreading and for congregations not to close their doors again.
Praise God! We have been able to celebrate our church anniversary, meet friends, start a new youth-ministry season with great joy and last week organize an Aldersgate Life in a Spirit weekend in Tapa Methodist church. It was a first-time co-seminar together with the Baptist church. The Lord has been good to us amidst storms that are in the world.
I am grateful for the safety and health of our family.
I am praying for people who have lost their job due to the pandemic. Also, I pray for relationships between Ukraine and Russia UMC, and for wisdom for me as I communicate with both sides.
Several lectures are coming up for me – some in person, some online. I ask God to guide me in doing it all in the way that His name will be glorified.
Thank you for your prayers!