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CARE’s prayer resources are helping Christians to pray more

It's been so encouraging to see public interest in prayer increase over the last few months. The coronavirus has changed life as we know it and many people have begun to think more about the big questions of life and death.

Pray­er is cent­ral to all we do at CARE

It almost seems like a cliche to say we're passionate about prayer, at CARE... but it's true! Our work would not be possible were it not for the prayers of so many people all across the UK who stand with us by praying about some of the great moral and ethical issues of our time.

In this CAREcast, James and Celia discuss the recent surge of interest in prayer

Equip­ping Chris­ti­ans to Pray

Our heart is to serve Christians and the wider church by equipping people to pray. The main way we do this is through our quarterly Prayer Diary, now on it's 103rd edition! This is the perfect way to start praying for a huge variety of different issues.

See for yourself and explore our latest edition, for October 2020 to January 2021.

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Thousands of people use the CARE Prayer Diary everyday. It helps you to pray about a phenomenal range of issues, from life issues, to modern slavery, to safety on our streets.

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CARE’s Ten Ways to Pray Series

A recent initiative is our Ten Ways to Pray series. We launched this last year and owing to it's success, we've expanded it to include new topics. Of particular note, you'll find the Ten Ways to Pray about the Coronavirus. This was written to help Christians respond to the global pandemic which has swept over the world.

These resources are perfect if you want to pray on a specific issue. We'll be publishing more of these in the coming months so we'll make sure to keep this page updated.

1 Timothy 2:1
Pray for all who are in author­ity so that we can live peace­ful and quiet lives in all god­li­ness and holiness.
1 Timothy 2:1 New International Version
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Ten Ways to Pray about the Coronavirus

The global pandemic that is the coronavirus has dominated our world and our society like nothing before it. Pray for researchers and vaccines's, for medical staff and for God to pour out His Spirit on His people....

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Ephesians 3:10
God’s pur­pose [for] the Church to dis­play His wis­dom in its rich vari­ety to all the unseen rulers and author­it­ies in the heav­enly places.
Ephesians 3:10 New Living Translation
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Ten Ways to Pray about Freedom of Speech

Freedom of expression and speech matters! But in the UK recently, it has been under considerable threat. Here are ten ways we can pray about free speech.

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1 Peter 2:16-17
Live as free people, but do not use your free­dom as an excuse to do evil … Show respect for all people.
1 Peter 2:16-17 (New Century Version)
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Ten Ways to Pray for Life

The issue of abortion is one of the most sensitive of our day. We need to pray for God's mercy, grace and help and for hearts and minds to change. This resource will help you pray about the issue of abortion.

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Matthew 11:30
Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart.
Matthew 11:30 New Living Translation
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Ten Ways to Pray for Europe

CARE has been a part of the response to a fresh plea from Christians across mainland Europe 'to come over and help'. Will you join us by praying for our Christian brothers and sisters in Europe?

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Philippians 4:6-7
Don’t worry about any­thing; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will exper­i­ence God’s peace, which exceeds any­thing we can under­stand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.
Philippians 4:6-7 NLT
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Ten Ways to Pray for the End of Life

At CARE we believe it's better to care, not to kill. We want to pray for people approaching the end of their lives and for medical professionals who care for them. This resource will help you pray against euthanasia and for hospices and quality palliative care.

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Ephesians 6:18
And pray in the Spir­it on all occa­sions with all kinds of pray­ers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on pray­ing for all the Lord’s people.
Ephesians 6:18 NIV
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Ten Ways to Pray for Schools

We are standing alongside Pray for Schools who have made it their mission to see every school being prayed for. Join with us and use this helpful ten ways to pray guide.

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Colossians 4:2
Con­tin­ue stead­fastly in pray­er, being watch­ful in it with thanksgiving.
Colossians 4:2 ESV
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Don't forget to sign-up for the CARE Prayer Diary

Don't forget to sign-up for the CARE Prayer Diary! All you need to do is give us your address and we'll send you the diary, free of charge!

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Pray­er is a mighty weapon God’s giv­en us to use and it’s awe­some to think He hears and answers every pray­er! To keep up to date with those answers, why not sign-up below to our weekly email update, Impact Direct?

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