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Prayer remains our key strategy for accomplishing God's purposes in Africa.

Missio Dei
 

“Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.”  Matthew 6:9 KJV

 

Missio Dei is a Latin Christian theological term that can be translated as the "mission of God." It is a concept which has become increasingly important in understanding the mission of the Church. Rather than a mere activity of the Church, mission is the result of God’s initiative, rooted in His purposes to restore, redeem and heal His creation. This is the central theme that describes God’s and action in human history. In understanding Missio Dei we see that the Biblical message is more radical, more inclusive, more transforming than we have believed. It also helps us understand why prayer is important as we participate in something which God is already doing. In this page we provide links to prayer needs and news that we have shared over an extended period in the past.

  • Prayer remains our key strategy for accomplishing what God is doing in Africa through Adonai Partners. Therefore, please ask God to pour out His Spirit upon us afresh to give us the strength to seek Him and pray fervently and consistently for His hand upon the work.

  • Pray also that more Christians will be engaged in spiritual warfare against the forces of darkness still influencing the people we are reaching with the Gospel. Pray that many more people will be drawn to participate in intercession for the church plant among unreached peoples, especially in Nansoni and Aseni.

  • Ask God to give everyone who has been part of our mission outreaches in the past an enduring burden to pray for the work and for unreached peoples. Pray for everyone of us to engage in ways that reflect our obedience to Christ’s command in mission, responding to the call to GO.

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