While Thanksgiving Day is just getting started, All Nations International welcomes all to register and join its prayer call to lift up the needs of Syrian refugees in Hamburg, Germany. The one-hour corporate prayer is from 8-9 a.m. (CST) Thursday, Nov. 26.
To join the call, register here.
All Nations supports "neglected" communities. Each month, a new group is chosen for prayer. Neglected people are considered among:
—the least because they are marginalized by society and/or circumstances.
—the last because they have yet to hear and receive the Good News.
—the lost because the gospel has had no access, limited access or has been misrepresented.
Since the beginning of the Syrian Civil War in 2011, Syrians have fled by boat from Turkey to Greece, then by foot to German Camps. As refugees, they are considered neglected among the least, as displaced, marginalized people in Germany, as well as among the last and the lost, with Muslim backgrounds from Syria, an Islamic country with general hostility toward Christianity.
Team members of All Nations Hamburg Hub, including Salome, Mouyassir and the Heyns family, have been actively reaching out to the Syrian refugees in their city. From language learning in home groups and in-person discipling of young believers, to outreaches among Arabic-speaking families and online small groups, Syrians are finding comfort, support and a sense of belonging in community.
Their hope is to help meet the needs of traumatized refugees who have fallen through the cracks of Germany's integration process as well as to raise up more local Syrian disciples, who can also impact the lives of their unreached loved ones back in Syria.
A prayer card is available for use during the call.
All Nations International is celebrating its 27th anniversary. Since founding in 1993, its focus remains to share Jesus with those who have never heard Jesus' name.
"On this 27th anniversary even during this pandemic, we celebrate that the gospel has been spreading through marginalized groups despite COVID. Virtual churches are multiplying in Europe, and trainings are penetrating into Russian-speaking regions because of our workers' faithfulness. And during this lockdown, churches and businesses are being planted and multiplied in Africa and Asia because of our workers' initiatives," said All Nations International executive leader Dr. Mary Ho.
Ho leads the organization, being appointed executive director by its founders Floyd and Sally McClung.
"To our dear friends and the founders of All Nations, Floyd and Sally, we love you," said Ho in a ministry letter to all. "Thank you for our mandate to magnify Jesus throughout the world. We will finish the race!"
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