E3 Prayer Letter (Dec 14)

Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. (Colossians 4:2)

Primary Schools

  • Thank God for how lessons went in Baltimore, Armoy and Gorran Primary Schools. Pray that as the pupils reflect on what they have been studying in the last few weeks, they will see how it can impact their lives.
  • Please pray for me as take Garryduff Primary Schools Carol service on the 19th December. Pray that as I talk about light coming to earth that the pupils and parents will understand the true meaning of Christmas.
  • Remember to pray for the P7’s who have sat the transfer test, pray they will remember their value is found in God’s love for them.
  • Post-Primary Schools

  • Thank God for how well the Coleraine High SU weekend went. It was an amazing privilege to be able to share God’s word with
    the girls. Please pray that in the coming weeks they will be able to apply what they have learnt.
  • Last month, Shine (an outreach event) happened in schools across Coleraine. Pray that as the SU groups regroup this
    month, they will be able to see how to follow up different pupils who attended their event.
  • Praise God for Coleraine Inst’s mission week, where they had over 70 boys attending each day. Please pray that something
    said during the week would prove life changing for the boys.
  • Special Schools

  • Thank God for Sandelford Special School, they have an extremely dedicated and talented staff. Thank God for their skills and how they care so passionately for the children they teach.
  • Upcoming Events

  • If you are interested in finding out more about the E3 project and the work I do in schools then why not come along to the supporters breakfast on the 6th December in the Lodge Hotel. We will be showing the new E3 DVD and have interviews with several people involved in the work, as well as a great breakfast! Please email me to find out more details.
  • If you would like me to come to your church to talk about the work happening in the North Coast, then please get in contact with me, I would love to come along!
  • Adam McCready

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