A Journey Through The Alliance Vision Prayer | June 23

June 23, 2022
The Alliance Canada

Journey Through The Alliance Vision Prayer week 6, day 4

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Intercessor Guide

O God, with all our hearts, we long for you. Come, transform us to be Christ-centred, Spirit-empowered, Mission-focused people, multiplying disciples everywhere.

June 23

Bible Readings:

Isaiah 61:14; Luke 4:1430; 1 John 3:8

Reflection Questions:

  • How are you partnering with Jesus in his Spirit-empowered mission to share Good News?
  • Who are the oppressed that God has put on your heart to serve in the power of the Spirit?
  • Are you only focused on reaching your hometown, or are you partnering to reach those from other places as well?

Prayer Prompts:

  • That we would have eyes to see the broken hearts of those around us and compassion to reach out with the healing presence of Jesus.
  • That God would give us his passion to reach those both far and near with the Gospel of Jesus and that our focus would be firmly set on fulfilling his mission.
  • That God would help us to partner with him in destroying the works of the devil.
  • That God would transform the Rohingya and that they would know him.

Listening Prayer:

  • Jesus, how can I join you in your mission to rebuild ancient ruins and restore places long devastated?


There are at least 2 to 2.5 million people in the Rohingya—of which less than 20% still live inside Myanmar.

The rest have left the country and gone abroad. Over 700,000 Rohingya have settled in large refugee camps in Bangladesh.

Even though most Rohingya are Muslims, there is growing receptivity to the Gospel. Rohingya Christians are still less than 1% of the population. Yet, it is encouraging to know that there is a small number of secret fellowships in the camps.

Approximately 2,000-3,000 Rohingya live in Canada, many in the Kitchener-Waterloo, ON area.

Pray with us:

Father, we pray that you would bless the Rohingya with a new name—their God-given identity.

They are no longer forsaken, forgotten, or rejected. They are made in your image, and we declare that they are the beloved, seen by you, and chosen to know the Saviour.

We ask you to bless them with vigilant, vibrant, and caring Christian communities around them in Waterloo and everywhere they have had to relocate to.

As you have added to the number of believers, would you add to them the deepening love and understanding of your ways? Amen.

Two women walking on a dirt road inside a refugee camp.

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Founded in the 1880s, The Christian and Missionary Alliance is committed to Jesus and His mission. We aim to be a Christ-centred, Spirit-empowered, Mission-focused movement in everything that we do.

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