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“Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” – Mark 11:24

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We were created in love, by love, to be love. Ask God to give EI teammates great love for one another and all whom they serve. Pray for God’s transformational love to be experienced by millions in Uganda and DR Congo.

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Ask God to protect Exile’s teammates, their families and the child survivors they serve. Ask God to protect each from physical harm, illness and spiritual attack.

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Ask God to bless EI teammates with wisdom to serve, lead and provide transformational care that leads to restored lives. Ask God to restore child survivors of war and bless each with wisdom and discernment to become leaders for peace who can and will transform communities.

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Prayer Updates — January 2020

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Praise God 16 children chose to be baptized this holiday season! 

Over Christmas, 16 child survivors of war in EI’s programs chose to give their lives to Christ and be baptized – praise God! Many of these children are currently being discipled by former program graduates and we’re truly seeing the gospel being lived out by the next generation of world changers.

Pray for Joseph’s continued, full recovery!

As many of you know, the end of last summer brought the unthinkable to the Exile family. 4 of Exile’s Congo team were ambushed by a rebel group, while in transit from some of our rural programs. The car was shot up and Joseph, Exile’s DR Congo Programs Director, was shot 5 times — leaving him paralyzed from the waist down and fighting for his life.

We had never experienced such a tragedy in our lives until that moment. The unthinkable was now the reality we were living in. A reality we couldn’t stop or get out of. There is no pause or stop button in war. You are forced to live it — even if it takes your life away. This event brought us face to face with evil. We could either let it suck the hope and light out of us, or choose to stand firmer in our faith. Well, from his ICU bed, Joseph continued to lead!

Over the past few weeks, Joseph has been at a rehab hospital, working to get stronger and regain his ability to use his legs. In the moments where many people would give up, Joseph has continued to be a pillar of strength and continues to praise God through the trials, believing for his full healing! Please continue to pray with our family for Joseph’s complete, full healing in Jesus’ name! Pray for his wounds to heal and that he will regain all mobility and strength in his body. 

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