Release International Prayer Shields, Nigeria and Laos

Nigeria

Thank God for the powerful witness in Nigeria of an unnamed Baptist pastor in Lisuru Gida village, Kaduna, who was killed by Fulani in October when he refused to renounce his Christian faith.


Nigeria

Pray for the safe return in Nigeria of dozens of Christians kidnapped by Fulani militants during a raid on a Baptist church in Kakau Daji village, Kaduna, in October. Two church members were killed.


Nigeria

A Christian was killed and many others were injured in a Fulani attack on a worship service at the Evangelical Church Winning All in Gavaciwa, Kaduna, Nigeria. Ask God to comfort and heal His people there.


Nigeria

Pray for two communities in Kaura county, Kaduna state, Nigeria, where Fulani militants killed more than 30 believers in one night in September. Villagers say all they have left is ‘God and hope’.


Nigeria

Thank God for hope rising from the ashes in Nigeria. Fulani militants killed Pastor Vincentor, husband of Dapma in 2018 but she has been able to build a new home and set up a small business with support from Release associate ministries. She prays for the man who shot her husband.


Laos

The law permits Christians in Laos to conduct services, preach and maintain contacts with believers overseas. Pray for believers in rural areas where these laws are not upheld and where Christians face discrimination.


Laos

Pray for five Christian families in Laos whom officials evicted from their villages in Saravan province in 2020 and early 2021. They are living in makeshift huts, waiting for the new homes officials promised them.

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