18 Oct Irikoy Tira Hanna

Although the Bible has been translated into Zarma, only a very small percentage of the Zarma population are literate.  Pray that the stories of Jesus Christ would permeate the nation of Niger.  Pray that the Zarma people will have access to the Bible in a...

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14 Oct External Threats

Niger continues to face various external threats along it’s borders including insecurity in Libya, spillover from conflict in Mali, and violent extremism in northeastern Nigeria.   Please pray that within this time of uncertainty, that God’s certainty would become evident.  May the people of Niger...

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11 Oct A chance to enter paradise

In Islam, there is no assurance of salvation. Many women choose or are forced to marry to better their chances to enter paradise once they die. They also believe that having more children increases their chances. Girls are married off at a...

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04 Oct 7.6 births per woman

Niger’s fertility rate is approximately 7.6 births per Nigerien woman. One in 10 children in Niger die before age five.  Pray for the mothers and children in Niger.  Pray that the Lord would sustain them within the harsh environment that they live both physically...

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27 Sep Daughters of the King

Many Nigerien women are married between the ages of 12 and 14 and 50% of marriages end in divorce. In Niger, a woman's marital status often determines her social importance.  Please pray for the women of Niger.  Pray that they would come to...

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20 Sep 99.8% Muslim

According to joshuaproject.net, currently, there are 3,520,000 Zarma people living in Niger, and it is considered the second largest people group in Niger.  The Zarma people are 99.8% Muslim and only 0.10% are evangelical Christians.  Please pray that the Zarma people would hear the...

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06 Sep Daily Prayer

Nigerien Muslims pray five times daily to Allah. Pray that their hearts and minds would turn towards the One True God who can hear and answer their prayers. Pray that they would grow in the knowledge of an omnipotent and omnipresent God who loves them...

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30 Aug Culture

Most Nigerien schools have an Easter break from classes. Unfortunately, the majority of the population has never heard the story of Jesus Christ’s sacrifice to forgive the sins of the whole world. Pray that the people of Niger would hear of Christ’s love for them....

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23 Aug The Final Sacrifice

Tabaski, the festival of sacrifice, celebrates Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God. Before Abraham sacrificed his son, God provided a ram to sacrifice in his place. In Niger, an animal is sacrificed and divided between family members, neighbors, and...

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22 Aug Tabaski

Tabaski, an Islamic festival, is currently underway in Niger.  Millions of Nigeriens spend a large percentage of their annual income to purchase an animal to sacrifice as a sin offering.  Pray that the Lord would use this time of sacrifice to call the people of...

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