Over the past year, we have held our breath and watched as the Ebola epidemic ravaged the fragile communities of West Africa. We have seen pictures, read stories, and heard repots of this deadly virus as it made its way to the headlines of newspapers across the globe.
And now statistics on the news and reports show that new cases of Ebola are declining, and fewer lives are lost each day. It appears that things are beginning to get better in countries like Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea.
But the fight is far from over. There are still many lives hanging in the balance, and these communities have so much healing to do in the coming months.
Let’s take some time out of our busy days and let’s intercede for those affected by the Ebola epidemic.
Let’s learn their stories, their names, their losses and their victories.
Let’s lift them up to God’s throne, and pray God’s spirit will move and redeem these precious ones.
Let’s ask for God to bring hope, healing, and life to these communities.
Let’s pray for the doctors, the nurses, the missionaries, and the governments who are working hard to restore homes and villages.
Let's gather and let’s Pray.
February 26th, 2015 at 7pm
In the home of Adriane Dimmitt
Email Adriane at email@example.com for more information.
*Stay tuned for details on next month's prayer night, where we will be lifting up the lives of those affected by acts of terrorism. We will be taking an inside look at Boko Haran, ISIS, and other groups of extremists, as we pray for the Lord to intercede in these challenging times.