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RUTH'S LETTER: 

Dear praying friends,

Thank you for always standing in the gap for women who are hurting in this world. This month we want to bring marriages and family relationships before our Heavenly Father.

TWR Women of Hope is bringing this topic of prayer to us this month so that we can bring our pain, anger and bitterness before our Father. But we can also help those who are giving up on marriage and family relationships to look unto Him who sees their broken hearts (Psalm 34:18).

The Word of God assures us of blessings from above where there is unity (Psalm 133). The new logo of TWR Women of Hope reminds us always to unite our hearts and hold up the arms of each other and cry out to God for our relationships in marriages and families.

I wish you God’s blessings as we cry together for marriages and families around Africa.

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Ruth JE Mbennah

TWR Women of Hope (Project Hannah) Regional Coordinator

 

As we move forward with our transition to TWR Women of Hope, notice that the new logo depicts how our hearts connect with each other and with God. In Ezekiel 36:26, we hear the prophet tell us that God will remove our “hearts of stone” and give us “new hearts.” Read more about this in PEGGY'S LETTER.  

Peggy's request for February: We can persevere with prayer. We can hold up the arms of each other as we cry out to God for our marriages and families, believing that we serve a God who desires for our marriages and families to bring glory to his name so others will come to know Jesus.

 
 
Prayer calendars for February
 
 
 
WOMEN OF HOPE:
 
Listen to Project Hannah Women of Hope radio programmes on:
 
• TWR Africa (DStv 855) or TWR Africa2 Satellite Service (SES-5)
 
• Project Hannah App (Android and iPhone )
 
• www.projecthannah.org - “LISTEN NOW”

 

GIVE HOPE:

Project Hannah strives to support and especially pray for women of all countries. Will you pray with us?

Read about various women's struggles, issues, and some prayer requests for a few countries in Africa.

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