30/11/20 – 06/12/20
– Pray for international student event: ‘Story: His, Ours, Theirs…’: Exploring how to share and articulate your faith with international students from the table to the lectern.
– Pray that CUs would be a model to their campus authorities and other societies and students of the gospel in their care for others and in their drive to foster community.
– Pray that students would be faithful in praying for their friends, and convicted of seeking opportunities to show God’s love to them as well as opening God’s word with them to introduce them to Jesus.
07/12/20 – 13/12/20
– Pray for CU students and local church family’s to extend hospitality to international students over the Christmas season. May our love and care reflect Immanuel – God with us!
– Pray for student leaders as they prepare for their CU carol services. Pray that one student on each campus around Ireland would hear the gospel for the first time this semester through their friends who are in CU.
– Pray for creative boldness in proclaiming Christ online this year. Pray they would make the most of the opportunities God is giving them. Pray that CUs would step forwards in faith and not shrink back from fear.
14/12/20 – 20/12/20
– Pray that as CUs read and learn from the gospel of Mark through Uncover Mark that many would be strengthened in their relationship with God.
– Pray for students at home struggling with family relationships or loneliness and feeling disconnected from friends and classmates.
– Pray that every CU and CU student would be joyfully dependent on our Father in prayer, even in uncertain days
21/12/20 – 27/12/20
– Pray that small groups on every campus will flourish around God’s word. Pray they will look out for fringe Christians. Pray they will not become inward looking but be sent out in mission.
– Pray that CU students would be richly fuelled by God’s amazing grace as they feed on his word, and be joyfully dependent on our Father in prayer, even in uncertain days.
– Pray for a period of good rest for students and staff as we enjoy celebrating the birth of our Saviour.