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Welcome to 30 Days of Prayer! Feel free to read our latest devotion, or go back in time and read last years!

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Day 21
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 21

One day a visitor asked me “What makes you come to work every day, knowing the challenges you will face?”  The answer is very long:
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Day 20
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 20

“It’s for Charles and his girlfriend that we have dreamed about starting a community-based alumni church at the Hope Mountain Campus,
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Day 19
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 19

Charles emerged from the squad car, gaunt and pale. Just 14, he had just been released from intensive care where he had recovered from
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Day 18
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 18

Charles emerged from the squad car, gaunt and pale. Just 14, he had just been released from intensive care where he had recovered from
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Day 17
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 17

“It’s for Charles and his girlfriend that we have dreamed about starting a community-based alumni church at the Hope Mountain Campus,
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Day 16
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 16

Charles emerged from the squad car, gaunt and pale. Just 14, he had just been released from intensive care where he had recovered from
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Day 15
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 15

We have three Brunos, but just one Brener. That’s why there’s that millisecond pause before I address him. But he catches it and a cloud
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Day 14
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 14

I was six when my family moved to the Hope Campus, after my father Pastor Derli became campus Director. Growing up on campus, my little
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Day 13
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 13

“Never stop believing in yourselves. My father believed in every one of you and knew the capacity you had to become men of God
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Day 12
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 12

“Never stop believing in yourselves. My father believed in every one of you and knew the capacity you had to become men of God
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Day 11
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 11

In last year’s 30 Days, we dedicated two days writing about Fernando, our residential coordinator, describing the impact of his ministry.
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Day 10
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 10

I was 13 when I moved in with an older man who promised to take care of me. I was from a middle-class neighborhood, but my single mom
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Day 9
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 9

I remember the day, four years ago, when I finally understood what it meant to be a house mother. I was only in my second month at Hope
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Day 8
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 8

Yesterday you read about how Philip overheard Roberta consoling one of our boys, named Jorge, by sharing her own painful account of
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Day 7
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 7

“It’s okay,” consoled Roberta as she put her arm lovingly around Jorge.  “I was found in a garbage can too.” I was shocked.  She’s a peer in every regard, one of
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Day 6
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 6

Celso was turning 18 in September. Three years of time and effort invested in him seemed to have been in vain. We’d done everything we could
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Day 5
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 5

He’s not with us right now. I don’t know where he is.  It keeps me awake at night.  What’s odd is the first time I met him, I didn’t want him on the
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Day 4
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 4

“The fire, it’s burning my legs!  I can’t see!  Help me!  I need to get to my mother!”  They called me out of a meeting.  Bea was having a nervous breakdown.  She’s been with us five years. One of the most
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Day 3
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 3

I can’t think about Jonas, our autistic resident, without smiling. No one can.  He’s been on the Mountain longer than any other student.  At 21, he’s seen children come and go, but
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Day 2
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 2

Sometimes we get a call from a different jurisdiction asking us to take a kid. Youth authorities in our city frown on it for obvious reasons
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