Prayer requests can be made by calling the church office at 857-1113 or by speaking with one of the pastors.
Please pray for the family as they continue to miss their daughter, and please pray that doors will open for the immigration process to proceed, so she can be reunited with her family.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Pray God will be exalted as gifts are given to those in need.
Pregnancy and Wellness Centre of Moncton
Pray for the planning of our Annual Fall Banquet, Friday, Oct 27th, 2017. Pray for our special guests, as well as our efficiency in reaching all who desire to attend.
New Life Mission
The director asks us to pray for the impact of their Summer Park Ministry, and for their five summer students. They also need prayer for their search process to find a full-time Program Director, and that God would bring them to the person He has called for this ministry. Imparting Love, Investing Hope, Instilling Worth for the children.
There is a great need for prayer in our world today. Our affiliates, partners in mission, and ministry organizations we support in our community share regular prayer requests with the congregation of First Baptist Moncton. Please remember these needs in prayer. Personal prayer requests can be made by calling the church office at 857-1113 or by speaking with one of the pastors. Personal prayer requests are handled confidentially and will not appear on this website.
Canadian Baptist Ministries
SEMINARY STUDENTS: CBM Field Staff Emad and Almess Botros serve at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS) in Lebanon. In a recent update, the Botroses requested prayer for newcomer students at ABTS: "We have a promising group this year. Pray for the new first year students as they settle in at ABTS. Pray for peace as they adjust to a new country and a new academic year, as well as meet new people from different backgrounds. May God use this time to shape their lives and to grow through these new relationships." Please also pray for Emad, as he will be teaching two courses this semester and working on his PhD studies. May God use these opportunities so that students "may be filled with the knowledge of God's will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding" (Col. 1:9), shared the Botroses.
FIELD STAFF IN THE PHILIPPINES: CBM Field Staff Michael and Melanie Waddell are based in the Philippines, serving in the area of Marketplace Ministries. Working with local partners, they assist in the formation of Christian discipleship movements within the context of the Southeast Asia marketplace. Please pray for the Waddells as they continue to learn the culture and language of the Philippines. This week, Michael is with CBM Field Staff Emo Yango in Thailand attending a work consultation on ministering to people of other faiths. Please pray that this would be a fruitful time of learning and networking. Also, please remember their children in your prayers, as they continue to adjust to life in the Philippines.
ERADICATING PROVERTY: Please join us in prayer this week as we remember those who are suffering due to the effects of poverty around the world. October 17 marked the 25th anniversary of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. The theme this year was "Answering the Call of October 17 to end poverty: A path toward peaceful and inclusive societies". Please pray that government leaders and church communities would be moved with compassion to serve those living in extreme poverty around the world. May the barriers of discrimination and stigma be broken down, so that impoverished people would feel valued, included and respected. Also, please pray for the beneficiaries we seek to serve in our global project areas, as well as our field staff and local partners who are working on the frontlines – serving as the hands and feet of Jesus.
CBM Partners in Mission
THE CARTERS: Based in Prague, and partnering with the European Baptist Federation. Jeff’s work with youth leaders requires him to travel extensively. Pray for safe travels for him, and for strength and health for Deann and Matthew who remain home in Prague. Zachary spent the summer in Atlantic Canada, working with children and youth at West-End Baptist Church in Halifax. He will be returning to Crandall in the fall for his third year of studies.
Horizons is a teaching resource for youth leaders, developed by CBM Field Staff, Jeff Carter, and it is raising up many new leaders all across the world. Please pray for the continuing translation of German and Slovak versions of Horizons and for the capable (and often overburdened) leaders who are working in these unions.
THE KENNYS: Africa Team Leaders -The Kennys hosted a short-term mission team, the Springforth youth team along with their three team leaders. The Kenny children joined the group to participate in the Kamp Tumaini program for children affected by HIV/AIDS. They worked with approximately 450 secondary school students and the local Guardians of Hope members that are caring for thirty orphans in their community-the village of Mivumoni.
The Kennys will be returning to Canada in August to connect with their partners in mission. Tristan Kenny graduated from grade twelve and will be furthering his studies at Acadia University, arriving with his family in August. Please pray for journeying mercies for the Kennys, and that Tristan will settle in well at University.
Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada
Pray for our hospital chaplains (Mark Leary, Saint John; Adele Crowell & Ida Armstrong-Whitehouse, Halifax; Roger Richardson, Fredericton) and chaplains in other health care facilities and nursing homes throughout Atlantic Canada (Renée Clark, Deborah Everett, Elizabeth Johnson, John Martin, Debra Mosher, Gary Myatt, Kathryn Neily). Pray that they will be strengthened and encouraged in their ministry and that God’s Spirit would powerfully be revealed through their caring presence. Please pray too for your local hospital and nursing home chaplains.
Church to pray for:
Shiloh Community Church, Dartmouth, NS (Halifax Association, Region 6); No current pastor.