Prayer for African Women Media Conference

Lord, we pray for the success of the African Women in the Media conference, AWiM19 holding in Nairobi, Kenya July 25-27, 2019. Thank you for the wisdom you have given the founder of the organisation, Dr Yemisi Akinbobola to champion the capacity development of women in the media in the continent. We pray for Akinbobola and the organising team for divine wisdom and strength needed in organising a major event like this. We pray for supernatural provision of all the resources and support needed for the programme.Grant every speaker and…

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Grace for speeches, writings

LORD, help me (us) to ensure that our speeches, our writings today and the rest of this week be always with grace, seasoned salt to the end that I (we) know how to handle every assignment before me (us), answer every man in JESUS name.                                        READ COLOSSIANS 4:6.

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Journey mercies

We commit all journalists, families, friends and others travelling this festive period to God’s hand. We pray for journey mercies. We come against any accident and decree safety for all. We shall all be alive to the beginning of the new year, the end and many more year in Jesus name

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5 Prayers for Journalists

Journalism is unarguably one of the most demanding professions. Beyond professional skills, journalists need prayers to succeed in their calling. Below are five prayers for journalists which formed the basis for discussion at the September, 2016 fellowship of Journalists for Christ held in Lagos. 1. BLESS THE WORK OF THEIR HANDS Lekan Otufodunrin Father God, we commit journalists worldwide into your hands. We pray that you will grant them grace to fulfill your purpose for them in the profession. We pray for wisdom and protection as they go about their…

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Pray for grant award – DUMMY

When consciousness returned, I found myself in a merchant’s store; my garments were covered with blood, which was pouring from my nose and streaming over the floor. A kind stranger offered to take me home in his carriage, but I, not realizing my weakness, told him that I preferred to walk home rather than soil his carriage with blood. Those present were not aware that my injury was so serious, and allowed me to do as I wished; but after walking only a few rods, I grew faint and dizzy….

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‘Thank God for successful four decades career’

Ngokwe Ngokwe How time flies! It seems just like yesterday. I remember vividly many years ago, the day I walked into the then Imo Broadcasting Service to start a career in journalism, a profession I knew absolutely nothing about. I remember going out to cover what they called assignments ( a word I thought only referred to home works given by the teacher) and returning to scribble what I saw or heard people say. It seems just like yesterday. I remember the day and circumstances that led to my jumping…

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