The work you support wouldn’t be possible without the love, hope and healing presence of God. Your prayer can invite the presence of God into this work. As Christians, we’re gospel-focused and Christ-centred. We know we’re dependent on God to supply the many needs of people affected by leprosy. Prayer is a way you can recognise this.
If you would like to commit to praying regularly for people affected by leprosy and The Leprosy Mission, there are a number of resources that are available to assist you as you pray.
Daily prayers are released each month with Regional Round-Up (your news from other supporters around Australia). Daily prayers are also updated each day on the homepage. They include specific ways that you can pray for people affected by leprosy, The Leprosy Mission staff members and other supporters. You can have these sent directly to your inbox each month by signing up to the KIT email, or by downloading them below.
The ASK Prayer Diary contains prayers for every week of the year, as well as devotions, country profiles and stories. Weekly prayers invite you to pray for specific needs of the countries that you support, and the needs of countries that are partners in the Global Fellowship.Download
Supporters from all around Australia took part in the National Prayer Weekend, on Saturday and Sunday, 26-27 August 2017. It’s an annual event (every August) and you’re welcome to take part next year. It won’t be difficult—you can pray at a Saturday morning tea with friends, or all weekend. It’s up to you. A guidebook to help you pray will become available in June next year. If you would like to commit to prayer during the National Prayer Weekend next year, or order a free guidebook, or multiple free guidebooks for your group, please call us on 1800 537 767 or complete the contact form below.