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Eritrean mother of three dies in desert prison
Our sister Fikadu has died in an Eritrean prison camp within three months of her arrest. Her three children do not have their father to care for them either: he was detained with Fikadu, along with every single member of their church, as our partners working in Eritrea reported in May. Fikadu was detained during...
Pray for wisdom for leaders of the Orthodox Church, amid the continuing detention of Patriarch Abune Antonios who was ousted after criticising the Government for interfering in church activities. Pray that they will be bold in their faith but will not fall foul of the authorities.
Continue to pray for safety, protection and discernment for our partners during their ministry trips around Kenya and to neighbouring countries. Pray that they will bless those to whom they minister and that they will enjoy mutually encouraging fellowship.
There are fears that the deposed head of the Orthodox Church, Patriarch Abune Antonios, who has been under house arrest since 2007, may have been poisoned. Sources say the 90-year-old was taken to a healthcare facility in May and injected with a substance that made him seriously ill. Pray that God will heal and protect...
One of our partners produces evangelistic programmes for broadcast on the radio and online. Finding staff for this area of ministry has proved challenging: pray that God will bring along the right people.
Rev Ogbamichel Teklehaiminot, who suffered a nervous breakdown after being subjected to solitary confinement and hard labour at Sawa military camp, was released after six years – then rearrested six months later. His current spell in jail began when a member of his church, who was trying to flee Eritrea, called his phone. Ask God...
Pray for the release of Pastor Meron Gebreselasie and the many other pastors arrested like him in 2004. Pray that the Government will decide that 13 years’ imprisonment is enough and release all these church leaders. Pastor Meron led Massawa Rhema Church and worked as an anaesthetist at Massawa Hospital.