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We are so grateful for the prayer warriors within our church family. Thank you for your prayers.Every church has them. They’re the people who devote their energies to the humble and vital work of petitioning the Lord. They would never call themselves “prayer warriors”, but they faithfully attend prayer meetings and remember the names of the babies at church when they ask God to watch over them. Who better to ask about prayer?

Former missionaries Frank and Robyn Hawkes are convinced prayer is powerful and necessary. “Our work wouldn’t have gotten anywhere without the solid core of people praying for us,” Mrs Hawkes says. “That’s what moves us to pray, because we know it is so essential.”

She recalls working in Papua New Guinea with a local man on the translation of the New Testament when a problem struck his family. With the whole project potentially about to crumble, the Hawkes’ received a support letter from Australia. “The letter said, ‘I felt God prompting me to pray about a problem up there, and I prayed for it"

Read the rest of their experience in prayer here: sydneyanglicans.net/blogs/prayer-warriors
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