Prayer Burdens, Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Campus Work:

  • UC Berkeley: Pray for all the Bible studies starting this week. Pray for the Lord to gain 15 salvations and 8 baptisms this semester!

  • Cal State East Bay: Pray for the gospel team including 6 trainees from FTTA as well as other laboring saints in the next two weeks.

  • Contra Costa College: Pray for the tabling this week!


FTTA Gospel Trips

Specific burdens of the day:

  • For the Lord to gain remaining fruit from the campus across North America during these gospel trips.

  • For follow up appointments and attendance to Bible studies in these campuses.

  • For the strengthening of the Lord’s move through the young people and on the campuses in Canada, particularly in Aidrie.


Burden for North America

For the present move in the US, two primary goals have been set:

  • 300 qualified saints (an average of 30 saints per city) to commit to migrating to the 10 US cities/churches. These brothers and sisters can range in age from young adults to seniors and may be university students, single saints, or married couples.

  • 30 full-time campus workers to form five campus teams, each with a player-coach (an average of six full-timers per team).

These 10 localities are: Charlotte, NC, Columbia, SC, Orlando, FL, Memphis, TN, St. Louis, MO, Lexington, KY, Cincinnati, OH, Minneapolis, MN, Pittsburgh, PA, Richmond, VA

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