Pray for My Hope Haiti (July 21-23)
The 30-Minute World Evangelism Broadcast Airs at 6:30 p.m. (Central)
July 20, 2011 - The stage is set for My Hope Haiti. Pastors have caught the vision. Churches have been trained. Matthew hosts have risen up. Now, we need your prayers.
And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.
— Matthew 24:14
This Thursday, Friday and Saturday (July 21-23), from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Central), a program featuring music, testimonies and classic Billy or Franklin Graham sermons will air all over the country.
A total of 20 local and national radio stations as well as seven local and national television stations will be broadcasting the My Hope program in Creole. An additional 39 mini-projectors the size of a smart phone will be used in remote areas while 10 larger projectors will show the program in more populated cities.
As soon as the program ends, host Matthews will be sharing their testimony all over the island of Haiti, inviting people to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.
Haiti is the 54th country to host My Hope, a project that has trained over 4.5 million Matthew hosts since it began in 2002.
Here are several areas you can lift up in prayer:
- Good weather
- No political disturbances
- For the My Hope office team and coordinators
- Haitian participant radio stations
- TV channels that will broadcast the My Hope programs
- For the Matthew homes
For an in-depth look on the My Hope Haiti project, click on these stories:
The Tiny Projectors Making a Huge Haiti Impact: My Hope Reaches Remote Corners with 39 Mini-Projectors.
How to Heal a Nation: A letter from Billy Graham
Praying for a New Haiti: One Pastor Shares His Excitement for My Hope Haiti.
Raising the Roof on Worship: 15,000 Haitians Pack This Church 7 Nights a Week.
My Hope Haiti: Finding a True Power Source: With Electricity Sparse, My Hope Turns to Radio, Projectors.