The LORD is far from the wicked, but He hears the prayer of the righteous. Proverbs 15:29 NKJV
Praise God for the CBSI participants in Zambia and the many lives that have been transformed by the study of His Word.
Praise God for guiding the Agape Writing Team through the rewrite of this study, Red Sea to the Jordan River.
Praise God for the increasing number of CBSI participants able to meet in person in Scotland.
Praise God for His called leaders who completed the Fall Leadership training in the United States and will begin serving in the Florida North Zone.
Praise the Lord that the Newark, Delaware day class has good attendance both in person and online in the adult and the Children’s Ministry. Please pray for protection for leaders and class participants as they come together to study God’s Word and that the leaders would shepherd well.
Praise God for the provision of an Ethnos Core Group Leader in the Mission Viejo, California women’s class. Please pray the Lord will bring more women to fill this Spanish speaking Core Group.
Please pray for the Crystal Coast, North Carolina Teen class. As the Lord continues to bring new students each week, pray for wisdom for the leaders He is calling to shepherd these students with energy, joy, and passion, willing vessels of His extravagant Love.
Please pray for God’s direction as CBSI leaders seek to connect with refugees in an undisclosed country in the Middle East/North Africa Region.
Please pray for unity in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin class to focus on Jesus Christ in their study of Revelation. Pray for continued growth in leadership, participants, and children so the next generation can learn about Jesus.
Please pray that the recent leadership training in an undisclosed country in the East Asia-Pacific Region will bear much fruit.
Please pray for the CBS ministry in the country of the day: Uzbekistan
CBS has ministries in a number of countries that are hostile to Christians. For the safety of our leaders and participants we may not indicate where ministry is happening and instead refer to the ministry in an “undisclosed country.”