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Sunday Prayers

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A Word from Curt

Prayer.
What a good word.

“Where do you pray?” This is the lead question many Africans ask. It’s an honest inquiry about your faith.

Where do you go to pray? In our culture (here) it’s not intrusive or rude.

As you go to pray on this Sunday, would you please share these three requests with your church?

1. Three men from our home church in Dry Creek (LA) began their long journey to Uganda today. Lift up Todd, Aaron, and Garrett as well as their families. We’ll be traveling Up Country (follow us on Twitter: #UpCountry) to work with their adopted people group, the Kakwa. It’ll be a rich experience as we touch Kakwa in three countries: Uganda, South Sudan, and DR Congo.  Photo below is of Jombu Church where we will camp for three days.

2. That God will lead American churches to engage an unreached people group, village, or refugee camp. Engaging is the act of committing to pray for one of these groups or areas. DeDe and I are here to facilitate this process.

3. God’s blessings on the recently released ebook, Trampled Grass. Trampled Grass is a short book chock full of photos, stories, and videos about the people we’ve come to love in northern Uganda and South Sudan. All proceeds from the book will benefit our organisation’s Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. Get your copy and spread the word!  Learn more at www.creekbank.net

Feel free to print this  and share with your church.

Thanks for praying!
Thanks for holding the rope for us!

Curt and DeDe Iles
Entebbe, Uganda
www.creekbank.net

the Peace of Jesus is the only way South Sudan will find real peace.  Pray for churches like Jombu Baptist Church as they take a stand for justice, peace, and forgiveness.
The Peace of Jesus is the only way South Sudan will find real peace. Pray for churches like Jombu Baptist Church as they take a stand for justice, peace, and forgiveness.

About Curt Iles

I write to have influence and impact through well-told stories of my Louisiana and African sojourn.

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