Help Us Pray
We trust in you, Lord, to comfort and restore families during their hardships, as well as to provide for them when they are in need. When they feel abandoned, educate them, protect them from those who would take advantage of their vulnerabilities, and heal their physical and mental pain.
Lord, you are our refuge (Psalm 18:30), and you are the one who protects the minds of those who have been abandoned and abused. The truth of your word brings them to a knowledge of Jesus and to a place of peace, sets them free, and guides them to purpose.
God is the caring father of all fatherless children (Psalm 68:5). Through his mercy, care, and protection, Jesus demonstrates his willingness to love orphans (1 John 4:19).
Your goodness and love follow the children and families (Psalm 23:6) who are overcoming crises.
Lord, you restore children and families, making them strong, firm, and unwavering in Christ (1 Peter 5:10).
This is a place of restoration because you are the one who gives life to everything (Nehemiah 9:6), and you are with us.
Lord, we know your plans are to give hope and a future to all children and families through loving, restoring, and educating (Jeremiah 29:11).
Lord, you meet the needs of all children and families according to your riches (Philippians 4:12) from heaven. We trust you to provide the funds, the people, the amenities, and the education required to equip the children and families to thrive and heal their hearts free of abandonment and abuse.
As we train children and families in your ways, they will know you (Proverbs 22:6) and know who they are before you. They will have confidence to walk in the amazing things you have prepared for them (Ephesians 2:10).
Lord, it's our prayer that you would give us wisdom to continue defending the abandoned and abused (Isaiah 1:17).