Pray with us

According to the founder of The Leprosy Mission, Wellesley Bailey, the Mission was
‘born and cradled in prayer’.

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Prayer continues to be central to all that we do. The Leprosy Mission International office produces prayer resources that give a global overview as well as the current prayer needs for our work with leprosy-affected people, our staff, and the countries that we work in. Many other TLM offices also produce prayer resources on a quarterly or monthly basis – check our list of Members to see if there’s a TLM office near you.

ASK Prayer Diary is an annual prayer guide providing a global overview of The Leprosy Mission’s work. You can view the ASK Prayer Diary week by week below, download a PDF of the full year, or request a printed booklet. A quarterly prayer guide with updated details, needs and points of praise is also available for download.

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Jesus was quick to comfort them. “Courage, it’s me. Don’t be afraid.
Week 13: 27 March - 2 April

Switzerland

monday

Give thanks to God for His faithfulness and His guidance. Pray that He helps the team in Switzerland to do good works, which God prepared in advance for them to do.

tuesday

Give thanks to God for the voluntary board in Switzerland. Pray that they are motivated to be involved besides their heavy schedules.

wednesday

Pray that each board member can discern about his/her commitment with The Leprosy Mission Switzerland as they will be re-elected for another 3 years. The election will take place around April.

thursday

Give thanks to God for the committed donors in Switzerland who faithfully bring their support to people affected by leprosy. 

friday

Pray for the Swiss team as they implement their new strategy. They need wisdom and inspiration for their different actions.

saturday/sunday

Give thanks to God for the complementarity of the team and the relationship they have despite the different languages and the distance between them.

About TLM Switzerland

TLM Switzerland started in 1905 with a small group of ladies who began to support The Leprosy Mission through prayer and collecting donations. Today TLM Switzerland runs two offices, one in the French- and one in the German-speaking part of the country

 

Their goals are to: 

  • Work in partnership with other Members of the TLM Fellowship and people affected by leprosy to implement projects in their strategic countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal
  • Democratic Republic of Congo and Niger.
     Raise the Swiss public awareness about leprosy and themes related to it, such as poverty, exclusion and development, and to offer them the opportunity to support people affected by leprosy or disabilities and their family.