Oficina de África Occidental

The West African Office, by faith, seeks to glorify God by partnering with churches and local mission agencies in West Africa to mobilise, train, and send missionaries to plant and reproduce culturally-relevant churches worldwide.

Oficina de África Occidental

The West African Office, by faith, seeks to glorify God by partnering with churches and local mission agencies in West Africa to mobilise, train, and send missionaries to plant and reproduce culturally-relevant churches worldwide.

Communities where He is least known

 

Oracíones

1

Pray for the mission leaders who make up the WAO Board and the local leadership.

2

Pray for orientation courses for WAO missionaries. Praise God for the three courses taught in 2016.

3

Pray for the Lord to call missionaries from West Africa who will have an impact on the world for Him.

4

Pray for God to provide mentors for our candidates going through the training process, and also for our active missionaries.

5

Pray for mobiliser teams to find creative ways to mobilise the Church in West Africa to support missionaries in prayer and with finances.

6

Pray for personnel for the many administrative tasks in the office.


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