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30 Days of Prayer 2020

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Today is Orphan Sunday. People around the globe are praying for the world’s 153 million orphans and abandoned children. 
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Day 30
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 30

How great if we were prayed for every day of the year as much as during the last 30 days?  We want to challenge you to really pray for
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Day 29
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 29

At Hope, instead of being resentful about the way his mom had treated him, Carlos fretted so much about her condition that it was interfering
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Day 28
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 28

Gang warfare had erupted in the city. Rival gang members raided each other’s territory, burning and looting everything in their path
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Day 27
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 27

Like other 18-year-olds, it’s not unusual for our graduates to spread their all-too-cocky wings prepared to soar after leaving
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Day 26
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 26

Stopping at the main entrance to the City of Youth, I felt goosebumps rising on my skin. The gate, the dirt road, the white
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Day 25
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 25

They’re here! They’re here!”  All interest in homemade pizza was lost as the boys ran to meet the truck that held their new
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Day 24
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 24

As the wheels touched down, a flood of memories overwhelmed me. This was my first return to Ethiopia, the land of my birth, in nearly
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Day 23
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 23

As Carlos transitioned from our normal houses to our “Conquerors” final graduate program I could see the old worries resurface.
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Day 22
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 22

Rarely do we have a child who is angry with their parents – even if they grew up neglected and terribly abused.
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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 was blissful joy. We’d busted out of quarantine and were on the beach!  The evening wind blew off the ocean into our mask-free faces.
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Day 19
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 19

There are a thousand reasons not to admit youth as old as 18, like Carlos, The habits of the streets are too ingrained by that age, they can pose a risk to the other children
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Day 18
30 Days of Prayer 2020

Day 18

I don’t know about you, but when I was 10 years old, like millions of other children, I spent my days grudgingly going to school, reading comic books, and worrying
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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

In one way or another they all leave. Graduating with a job, re-integrating with their families, or running away, they all leave eventually
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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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