18 Sep a lonely walk

Pray for believers in all people groups in Niger. For the majority, their Christian walk is a lonely one, lacking true fellowship and support. There is great need for camaraderie within the same culture who are enduring the same hardships. Pray for the relationships to...

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14 Sep Important Nomadic Festival

Today, the Cure Salée (Salt Cure) festival, an important annual West African celebration, is taking place in the small town of In-Gall, in North-east Niger. More than 5,000 Nigerien Nomads and their herds have made the pilgrimage to celebrate.  The nomads gather in In-Gall at the height...

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13 Sep cure salé

“Cure Salé" is a nomadic festival that is recognized on an international scale. This celebration takes place each September with the Nomads of Niger and other neighboring countries. • Pray that God would use these annual meetings to send out workers who will announce the good...

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11 Sep religion for white

It is often difficult to share Christ among the Zarma people.  Many Zarma people believe that Christianity is only a religion for white people and have therefore closed themselves off from even listening to stories from the Bible.  Pray for breakthrough among the Zarma. ...

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04 Sep sorcery and witchcraft

Sorcery and witchcraft are prevalent and acceptable among the Hausa people.  Many Hausa people visit witch doctors to curse others, obtain wealth, and seek healing.  Often even after Hausa people accept Christ, they do not abandon practices of spirit worship and sorcery.  Pray that...

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01 Sep 2nd largest people group

According to joshuaproject.net, currently, there are 3,922,000 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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28 Aug child wives

The Worso is an annual Fulani celebration to celebrate new marriages and new births over the past year. During this festival, young girls as young as 5 years old are often reserved for future marriages that will take place in early teenage years. Pray...

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22 Aug forgotten firstborn

Many Fulani mothers do not show affection to their infants. Most of the time, mothers never call their firstborn son by his name his entire life. Pray that as the Fulani come to know Christ and experience the gracious love of their Heavenly Father they...

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21 Aug authority over the rain

The Yenendi is a Zarma ceremony which is held near the end of the long hot season. During this festival, the Zarma people ask spirits to bring heavy rains and plentiful harvests for the people. Pray that the Gospel of Jesus Christ would be...

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07 Aug witch doctors

The Zarma people of Niger have a mixed faith of Islam and animism and spirit worship. The witch doctor is seen as a vital component to peace and health. Pray that this stronghold would be broken and that God’s Spirit would open their eyes to...

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