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Prayer Letters

Prayer letters -
This is our archive of Kidcare Prayer letters.


We believe that prayer is the lifeline for any Christian Ministry, because prayer enhances our dependance on God and brings God on the scene in the ways He will. The Bible also teaches us that prayer is the means by which we defeat the forces of darkness that come against anything that expands the kingdom of God. We rearlize that the real objectives of Kidcare can only move on by the power of prayer.

Prayer is also the link between Kidcare sponsors and the individual children they help. The sponsored child and sponsored projects are very vulnerable and need the backing of intercessors. Prayers for the health , safety, education and spiritual development of children are vital. Sponsored children and local project staff are greatly encouraged when they hear that their sponsors are praying for them.

If you would like to join us in prayer for the needs of the children around the world, this is your invitation to do so - become a Kidcare prayer partner. Please contact us today.

You will be given regular prayer topics. you can pray for these requests individually or bring them up for prayer in requests in your local church or fellowship. you can also encourage children to pray for other children.

Our Prayer Partner's list if never used to make financial appeals. To become a Prayer Partner will only cost you the time you spend to pray.

Thank you for your consideration.

Prayer Letter Dec 2013
Prayer Letter Feb 2013
Prayer Letter Nov 2012
Prayer Letter Jan 2012
Prayer Letter Dec 2011
Prayer Letter Apr 2011
Prayer Letter June 2010
Prayer Letter May 2008

Prayer Letter Nov 2007
Prayer Letter Jun 2006

Prayer Letters Dec 2005

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