Almighty God. We come to You now with a steadfast heart and ask that You protect our brothers and sisters in the path of Tropical Storm Gordon. We know that You are our one safe Harbor and refuge from the storm. We thank You for the many blessings you have poured out already through this ministry. Please protect all those in the path of Jebi as it threatens Japan and for those in the path of future hurricanes this season. We ask this in Jesus’ precious Name. Amen.
Prayer is The Heart of this Ministry!
This ministry was built first and foremost upon the faithful prayers of the saints. Today we give thanks over 10,000 remember the needs of our ministry teams at every location and form outreach. We ask prayer for safety, for travel mercies and for many to be brought to saving knowledge of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus the Christ. We remember:
Lifting every need before the Throne of Grace.
Prayer teams pray during the outreach from across the nation.
We also send Prayer and Counseling Teams out two by two (Mark 6:7 and mat. 10: 1-2) remembering the words of our Lord:
Rejoicing for each opportunity he provides to be His hands, feet, eyes, ears and mouth remembering Jesus’ words in John 13:34-35:
We welcome your prayers for every facet of this ministry of compassion. If you, your church or diocese would like our prayer updates; or if you would like to send a team or join a team please do send us an email or fill out the contact form.
May we thank you in advance for your faithful service and ministry to our risen Lord!
We will continue to monitor Hurricane Chris.
Should we see a significant change or determine that both lives and livelihood may be threatened to our northnern neighbors, ADPR will keep you informed and rally the necessary resources and mission teams.
“Given barely enough ocean heat content (sea-surface temperatures around 80 degrees Fahrenheit), low wind shear, and its location south of a plume of sinking, dry air known as the Saharan air layer, Beryl intensified quickly from a tropical depression at 11 a.m. EDT Thursday to a Category 1 hurricane just 18 hours later.
According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), wind shear has increased and combined with a very dry environment likely causing Beryl to weaken.”