World Day of Prayer
This Friday, March 6th, marks 2020’s World Day of Prayer. We know that the Lord has been good to us. He has provided, protected, and blessed us. We also know that we serve a BIG God. We are thankful for the many answered prayers in the last ten years.
We are thankful for the health and safety of our staff and children. We are thankful for the many individuals who have said, “Here I am, send me.” We know that it takes a village to do what we do. Our prayer warriors faithfully pray day in and day out, and for that we are grateful. Join us this Friday, on World Day of Prayer in praying for The Raining Season, the staff, our children, and Sierra Leone.
Join us in praying for our leadership staff, that they may continue to love, disciple, and serve our children while carrying out our mission. We pray for our caregivers who go above and beyond every day. Join us in praying for our entire staff. The staff that cares for the children when they are sick, provides safety, prepares food, and loves them unconditionally.
Join us in praying for our teachers, that they may continue to educate our children. Pray for them as they prepare the children for their exams this summer.
We pray for the Roots Project as it enters a period of transition. We pray for the kids in the Roots House as they said goodbye to Charles and Ally. We pray for the aunties that will step into new roles as house parents. We also pray for Osseh who has stepped in as the Director or Roots. Finally, we pray that the Roots Project will continue to grow to serve our children as they age out.
Pray for land of our own where we can build our own center. This land would provide a place with space to grow, and space where all our children can attend school on site. It would provide a place where the children can thrive.
Lastly, we pray for our children. We pray for each and every child that has entered our gates. We pray that they will come to know God and know that they are loved. We pray for the Lord’s protection over them.
Thank you for joining us in praying on World Day of Prayer. Our prayers may be bold at times, but it is because we know that we serve a powerful God. We honor Him each step of the way. The stories of redemption are His.
The Raining Season