Thank you to all who responded to our requests and submitted prayer points about your work. CCIH exists to lift up your work and help you make connections to reach those in need and answer our Christian calling to serve.
June 2018 Prayers
For you have been a stronghold to the poor, a stronghold to the needy in his distress, a shelter from the storm and a shade from the heat; for the breath of the ruthless is like a storm against a wall. - Isaiah 25:4
Week 1: June 1-8
Pray for friends and colleagues and all affected by the flooding in Kenya in early May. We pray for the families who lost loved ones. We pray for those who lost crops to sustain them. 

A recent study reveals lives continue to be lost in Puerto Rico due to the conditions after Hurricane Maria. Pray for help with infrastructure and the public health system. Prayers of thanks for the efforts of Samaritan’s Purse to help homeowners and churches rebuild.
Week 2: June 9-16
Join the World Council of Churches, World Evangelical Alliance and All Africa Conference of Churches and others in recognizing June 10 as the Global Day of Prayer to End Famine . We pray for those facing famine, for the organizations helping them, and for political will to avoid the conditions that promote famine. 

Pray for mothers and children. Prayers of thanks for the work of Paul and Rebecca Mosley with Mennonite Central Committee in Tanzania. Praise for the support of the Luann Martin project to improve maternal and child health.  
Week 3: June 17-23
Pray for the people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Pray for people affected by TB in the country and for resources to address the causes and spread of the illness and provide treatment.

Pray for a medical outreach effort in Biu Borno state in Nigeria focusing on eye surgeries. May they treat as many people as possible, improving the lives of those served.
Week 4: June 24-30
Prayers of thanks for the organizations sponsoring the CCIH Annual Conference in July. Praise that their support will help bring together Christians for fellowship and sharing best practices in global health.

Prayers of thanks for all CCIH conference speakers and attendees. Praise for the efforts of speakers as they prepare to share their experiences and knowledge.
Contact  Kathy Erb to send your prayer points or for more information about these efforts or to contact the organizations mentioned.
Christian Connections for International Health