God continues to move powerfully here in Sentul City, Indonesia at the World Prayer Assembly. It is a tremendous blessing to see how Advocates can be better positioned within the Bride of Christ through our efforts in law and justice in our communities.
|(LtoR) Brent McBurney, Adrian Chang, Henry Minder, Gregory Vijayendran, Mark Mudri, Katya Smyslova|
On Day Two, the leadership of Advocates International's Global Task Force for Prayer, Gregory Vijayendran (Singapore) and Mark Mudri (Australia) and I were joined here by fellow advocates, Katya Smyslova (Russia) and Henry Minder (Switzerland), in co-facilitating the Law and Justice prayer track. Thank you so much for your prayers for the Lord to send those who needed to join us in praying for law and justice.
Those prayers were answered in a powerful way with about two dozen deeply committed sisters and brothers from a dozen countries who came. We prayed together for several spheres of law and justice in which our advocates are involved, including Religious Freedom, Rule of Law, Family & Community, and Sanctity of Life. We met some amazing new friends and have opportunity to touch lives of some lawyers who have not been otherwise engaged in their own countries yet.
Today, we will be meeting with some of Indonesia's leading Christian lawyers and our hope and prayer is that we will be able to encourage and enable them to create a fellowship of Christian attorneys and legal professionals, and to become a key member nation within Advocates Asia.
Another update will be coming tomorrow. Thanks again for your continued prayers for Advocates.
May the Lord bless and keep you in His perfect. . .
Grace and Peace,