Claim the scriptural promise of John 10:10 as you pray for Zambia.
Praise and prayer requests
Thank God for the reduced number of COVID-19 new cases. Pray for continued adherence to guide lines for all..
Praise the Lord for His faithful provision for our staff team during these difficult days
We are grateful to God for a favorable rainy season.
Thank God for ministry partners remaining faithful during these challenging times.
Pray the Global Church Movement (GCM) team’s success using digital means.
Pray for the virtual mobilization and training of church planters.
Pray all staff members will remain strong, focused and not lose the passion for evangelism and church planting.
Pray for creative ways of reaching people in the rural areas and mobilization of intercessors who will commit to the Great Commission.
Pray for continued zeal, balance and creativity for our Student-Led Movement (SLM) team as they seek to expose 20,000 students and raise 200 multiplying disciples in 2021.
Pray for successful recruitment of 120 delegates (students, alumni and key volunteers) for SHAHIDI online conference scheduled for May 2021.
Pray alumni will remain focused and called as they serve God in various mission fields.
Pray the plan of mobilizing resources for students and staff by Alumni will be a reality
Pray our Student-Led Movement team will recruit 50 new prayer partners for SLM.
Pray staff members will take Discipleship Ministry Partnership Development (DMPD) seriously during this time of Covid 19 pandemic.
Pray Zambia’s general elections on August 12th2021, will be peaceful, issued based and intimidation free campaigning.
Pray for establishing city leader impact teams in major cities beginning with Lusaka Kitwe, Ndola, Kabwe and Livingstone
Pray for the Athletes in Action (AIA) online weekly prayer group to attract 70% of the Christian coaches and athletes in the country by December 2021.
Pray each elite soccer team will have a chaplain
Pray for us to recruit strong market place leaders
Pray for the recovery of our economy.
Pray for unity among the body of Christ in Zambia.
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Freedom of all religions is practiced, and the opportunity to minister as believers adds to the many challenges Zambia faces. However, it means an open door for Christian work.
The Constitution provides for freedom of religion, and the Government generally respected this right in practice. A 1996 amendment to the Constitution declared Christianity to be the official religion of the country while upholding the right of every person to enjoy that person's freedom of conscience or religion.