Global Day of Prayer: LoveZim

General August 21, 2010

August 20, 2010

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is at a crossroads!  A beautiful nation with great potential and many God-given promises, yet a nation still struggling for justice and peace and where the poor continue to suffer.  The call is ringing out to return to God, unite and help the rural poor by training them to farm in a profitable and sustainable way.

The Church in Zimbabwe is awakening and is on the verge of being used by God to transform this awesome nation, creating godly discipleship models in all sectors of the national economy, beginning with faithful stewardship of the  land that God has given.

As Global Day of Prayer, we have partnered with *LoveZim in a daring and very exciting initiative. Please read on to find out more. http://www.lovezim.org/  

Join us to Pray
Please consider joining the LoveZim
International Day of Prayer - we are inviting people all around the world to support Christians in Zimbabwe by standing with them in prayer on 26th September 2010.

The LoveZim International Day of Prayer is supported by: African Enterprise, CZCLUK, Evangelical Alliance UK, Global Connections, Global Day of Prayer, Newfrontiers, Samaritan's Purse, The Peace Alliance, Tearfund, The Global Native, and many others.

Share the News
Our goal is to reach every Zimbabwean not currently living in Zimbabwe as well as thousands of other believers around the world who we hope will be willing to join us in prayer.

Please forward this email to at least 20 friends or contacts who you think might be willing to join you in praying.

What else can you do?
You can  show your support and find out more by signing up at www.lovezim.org
Find us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/LoveZim/145211308824921
Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/lovezim

*In signing  up to the LoveZim  International Prayer Day, you will be supporting Trumpet Call for Transformation, a  partnership between The Evangelical  Fellowship of Zimbabwe and Foundations for Farming, which  aims to equip the Church with agricultural skills in order to feed  Zimbabwe and set her on her feet for  recovery.