Prayer Focus

Today’s Prayer Focus

March 29, 2020

A mother reached out to our evangelist Vladislav when her son, Nikolai, was in intensive care after overdosing on methadone. He started using drugs because he couldn’t cope with what he had to see in his job in the Ministry of Emergencies. He did not want to acknowledge he had a problem for a long time, but agreed to go to a rehab center after talking to Vlad. Please pray for our listeners who are addicted. May God show them the way out of their addictions.

Please pray that we will be able to minister to millions who are worried about the Coronavirus in post-Soviet countries. We have special programs prepared for people who have fears and anxiety; Ukraine has already experienced riots because of these issues, and many Russians are in a state of panic.
Sergey, 27, from Kiev, Ukraine wrote in: “I am married to a beautiful woman named Olga and we have a daughter named Julia. I try to be a good husband and father, but it’s not always easy. I am working 2 jobs to somehow make ends meet and don’t get to spend enough time with my family. And then Julia got sick and all of our money went towards her. Then I heard a Family Bible Hour program on this topic. I learned how to properly manage my finances and find time for my family. I also began to trust God to take care of us. Everything seems to be getting better now. I got a promotion and we got through our crisis. Thank you for the great advice!” Please pray that listeners like Sergey may find freedom by trusting in God and following his principles.