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Pray for Brazil

One of the ways you can get involved in Brazil is to begin praying for the needs that are present there. Check back occasionally to see an updated list of prayer requests for this country.

Prayer Points

Pray for the Lord to bring forward new mission-minded Christian families to pursue adoption from Brazil that the children can be loved and discipled in forever families.

Pray for the families who have answered the call to adopt from Brazil and are currently waiting. May they be strengthened and encouraged throughout their process. Pray for each family who is working hard to be matched with their child/ children. Pray for peace & endurance, and that they’d use this time intentionally to prepare their families for what’s to come.  

Pray for post adoptive families who are caring for and ministering to their children from Brazil. Ask the Lord to bless their bonding and attachment, and for discipleship opportunities to continue. 

Pray for the children waiting to be adopted from Brazil. May the Lord offer them his comfort and peace and they wait for a family to pursue them. 

Pray for the caregivers in the foster homes, group homes, and orphanages who are serving the waiting children. Ask for consideration and care as they are pouring into the children. 

Pray for the local church in Brazil. Pray for local believers in country to support families and children in need as they share the gospel with their neighbors. 

Pray for the leaders of the country and that they would makes laws that protect the rights of the children in care 

Pray for the children in care of CEJAI (the CA) & the children who are living on the streets  

Pray that God would reveal Himself to the children waiting, provide for their needs, and bring their paths to cross other Believers that would help care for them.  

Pray for our team: Josh, Alli and Ferrah  

Pray for our team in Brazil: our in country attorneys (pray that they feel supported as they continue to advocate for the children of Brazil) 

Pray for the workers at ACAF and CEJAI (central authority) and that they make decisions that are in the best interest of the children.