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Hurricane-ravaged Caribbean slowly recovers

PRAYER ALERT for hurricane ravaged Caribbean. Hurricane Irma raged through 30% of the Caribbean on September 6-7. It killed at least 44 people and damaged untold thousands of homes. It destroyed the Cuban airport of Jardines del Ray, and set free more than 100 prisoners on the British Virgin Islands. Newly homeless residents fled not […] Continue reading →

Prophetic impressions -dividing soul & spirit

PRAYER ALERT on prophetic impressions. Over the past two decades prophetic ministry teams have multiplied in charismatic churches. Most allow just about any believer to take prophetic training and then participate on teams, since 1 Corinthians 14:31 says “you can all prophesy”. Many thousands have gone through training and likely many millions have received ministry […] Continue reading →

Decriminalizing pot unleashes a host of ills

PRAYER ALERT on decriminalizing pot. The Belize National Assembly is now considering decriminalizing pot, specifically the possession of 10 grams or less. Ten grams is the equivalent of about ten marijuana cigarettes. If that doesn’t sound like much, consider what can happen with those 10 grams. Users even in their early teens often make marijuana […] Continue reading →

North Korea-Iran combo poses global threat

PRAYER ALERT on North Korea-Iran combo. On August 14 North Korea state media showed that dictator Kim Jong Un and his generals were planning to launch four missiles near the US island of Guam. The next day the same media announced that Kim was postponing those plans. Kim has made similar threats every time the US […] Continue reading →

Millennial dropout rate from church now 59%

PRAYER ALERT on millennial dropout rate. From Intercessory Prayer Ministry International. According to a recent study, church attendance and impressions of the church have fallen to the lowest in recent history. The most drastic drop occurred among millennials described as 22- to 35-year-olds. ·         Only 2 in 10 Americans under 30 believe attending a church is […] Continue reading →

Mobile gangsters bedevil Jamaica policing

PRAYER ALERT on mobile gangsters. Early this month gangsters ran riot in an outbreak of violence that affected most of the inner-city neighborhoods of Kingston, Jamaica. Twelve died and 15+ sustained gunshot wounds. Some of the incidents stemmed from petty conflicts between gangsters who knew each other. But other incidents came from mobile gangsters. Mobile […] Continue reading →

Waging spiritual warfare, not worldly warfare

50-DAY FAST from destructive criticism on waging spiritual warfare. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments, and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it […] Continue reading →

Kindness kills arguments and frees captives

50-DAY FAST from destructive criticism on kindness kills. “Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupid arguments, because you know they produce quarrels. And the Lord’s servant must not quarrel; instead he must be kind to everyone, able to teach, not resentful. Those who oppose him he must gently instruct, in the hope that […] Continue reading →

Loving yourself the way that God loves you

50-DAY FAST from destructive criticism: Loving yourself. “And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself’” (Matt. 12:39). How can the second commandment be like the first and greatest commandment? How can we love our neighbor like we love God? We must take the intermediate step. Loving ourselves. But doesn’t Paul exhort us […] Continue reading →

OAS LGBTI resolutions exposed and opposed

PRAYER ALERT on OAS LGBTI resolutions. The OAS General Assembly meets June 19-21 in Cancun, Mexico. Among other topics it will present a draft resolution on the “Promotion and Protection of Human Rights.” As we see so often, “human rights” becomes a cover for LGBTI pressure to limit religious rights and freedoms. Within this “human […] Continue reading →

CitizenGO petition against OAS LGBTI stance

PRAYER ALERT on CitizenGO petition. Join the 67,231 people who have signed this CitizenGO petition against the OAS pro-LGBTI resolution. The resolution gives special rights to LGBTI persons that the rest of of don’t have. The OAS will consider this resolution at their General Assembly in Cancun June 19-21. US Director of CitizenGO Campaigns Gregory Mertz […] Continue reading →

Drive out terrorists, Trump urges Muslim leaders

PRAYER ALERT on drive out terrorists. Sunday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, US President Donald Trump spoke to the leaders of 50 Muslim-majority nations. He thanked the leaders for their warm reception. He commended their Muslim majorities for being largely tolerant, friendly and peace-loving. But Trump contrasted them with the tiny minorities of Islamic terrorists who were ideologically rigid, […] Continue reading →

Muslim majority leaders unite to stop terror

PRAYER ALERT on Muslim majority leaders. In his address to leaders of 50 leaders of Muslim-majority nations in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, US President Donald Trump spoke of how nations in the Mideast once protected all ethnic groups. They lived in peace side by side. They once tolerated freedom of religion for the three Abrahamic faiths—Muslims, […] Continue reading →

65 Venezuelan military members sent to court

PRAYER ALERT on 65 Venezuelan military members. President Nicholas Maduro’s government has placed at least 65 Venezuelan military members on detention. It has already charged some with instigating rebellion and betraying the motherland. It is holding others for upcoming court hearings. The Maduro government refused to comment further. Opposition leader Henrique Capriles said that the […] Continue reading →

Venezuelan protests increase as poverty rises

PRAYER ALERT on Venezuelan protests. Venezuelan protests entered their seventh week with no end in sight. Hungry citizens are waiting in lines for up to 12 hours at supermarkets. Then they enter only to find their desired items have sold out. Or that the hyperinflated prices are far beyond what they can afford. “Just 20 […] Continue reading →