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15/12/2019 - 21/12/2019

Thank you for joining us in prayer this week.  We acknowledge together that God is greater, that he is our hope and comfort and that he reigns over all things. 


Above:  Children's camp where 1600 gathered.

We are thrilled to have completed an extremely full annual program at Nyangombe in November.   Around 4,500 men, women and children have attended teaching, youth camps, children's camps and Bible Schools during 2019.  

As always there are the things which stick in our minds like a young boy who had been introduced to charms and witchcraft at a young age by an uncle and during a youth camp was completely delivered by the Lord and spent the rest of the night in a deep sleep. He said that he did not recall when he last slept well!   A colleague from the same area told me yesterday that the young lad is totally changed, attends a local church and is fully active in the youth group.  The Lord is good.  

Our annual program for 2020 has just been arranged.  Please join with us in prayer for everyone who comes to Nyangombe will be impacted by the Lord and will grow in the knowledge of and love for the Saviour.


  • Pray for our Christmas celebration and outreach event on the 23rd of December.
  • Pray for all the planning and preparation and that we will have great weather for the day.
  • Pray for us and our families over the Christmas season as we are far away from them.
  • Pray for the leader of the growing church community as we work alongside him and disciple him.


Pray for the partnership with our global partner in Mumbai as we work towards  planting a preschool, kids club and then a church in the Dharavi slum.

This Christmas we are inviting people to give their best gift, to partner with us and to see this become a reality for the children living there.

Learn more about the appeal:


-    The successful mission trip to Romania (read more below).
-    Increasing opportunities to build bridges into the local community.
-    The openness of many people to talk about Jesus. 

-    Local team. We are seeking to train and empower more local Christians in mission. 
-    The orthodox traditions which seem to act as a barrier to people connecting with Jesus. 
-    The influence of Islam on the Albanian population which makes it very difficult to get breakthrough.


Ian Moore is an Elim missionary in Macedonia.  At the end of November, Ian and a small team of Macedonians from the Oaza church in Skopje went on mission to Sardu, Romania to serve Liz Face and the team there.
The team were involved in practical works such as clothing distribution to  the villagers as well as sharing testimony to the children’s groups and ministering in local churches.

Ian shared:  ‘We had a great time and it was fantastic to see how the team really got involved and tried some new things. They really allowed God to use them and we hope they have made a big impact.’

Please pray for the team and other Christians in Macedonia that are being trained in mission.


Sophie Moore from Coastlands Elim Church will be working at the ‘Be Free’ Centre in Cambodia until April 2020.

Emma Worby from City Gates Church (Ilford), will be going to Myanmar & Cambodia from 3rd December to 1st January.

Connect with Elim Missions:

Our mailing address is:
Elim Missions
Elim International Centre
De Walden Road
West Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 4DF
United Kingdom

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