Prayer Points

As CruCity staff, my initial focus is to connect with healthcare professionals and students living in cities and partner with those who share the same passion of using our health care skills and knowledge in advancing the Great Commission among the unreached, underdeveloped, and underprivileged communities in the world. Already, God has paved the way for me to meet some key people for potential partnerships! Please join me in praying for God to bring them to fruition.
  • Nurse Fellowship: About 4 weeks ago, I have shared my vision for ministry with a nurse friend of mine. She got excited and agreed to meet with me for prayer, for us to ask God how He might want to use us for missions. She invited a nurse friend of hers to come to our first meeting. After that, I invited a common friend of ours, who is also a nurse, to join our second meeting. The 4 of us continued to meet weekly and last week, we started brainstorming ministry ideas. We all agreed to continue meeting for prayer, be engaged in discipleship, and make plans for outreach. I am thrilled what God is doing in our group! Please pray that the Holy Spirit will sustain our enthusiasm and allow us to get started with our discipleship program soon. I am hoping this group of nurses will form our core team.
  • Medical Students Outreach: In that same period, I got invited to attend an outreach among medical students inside the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School located in downtown Dallas. This Christian outreach is a partnership between CMDA (Christian Medical Dental Association) and BSM (Baptist Student Ministry). I met with Stan Kwan, the BSM Director for that campus, and we talked about the possibility of us partnering in ministry. We are both looking forward to discussing more. Please pray for discernment as I consider this ministry opportunity.
  • Asia Pacific Missions: GAiN recently held its annual worldwide conference in Plano, TX. Delegates from 11 countries, including the US, were represented at the weeklong conference. There I met the CEO/Directors of GAiN Australia and GAiN Philippines. I learned that both GAiN organizations involve medical missions as one of their main strategies for humanitarian outreach, mainly in the Asia Pacific Region where both countries are located in close proximity. I didn’t waste the chance to discuss with them the possibilities of us working together. Please pray for God to bless our follow-up conversations. We are all equally excited how our partnership may mobilize US-based nurses and doctors to participate in their medical missions.
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