Let us then approach God's throne of grace with confidence ...

Hebrews 4:16

Will you pray for us?

We feel very privileged that God has entrusted BRF with the task of enabling people to understand what it means to follow Jesus and to help those who choose to do so.  Through our books, Bible reading notes and other resources; through the Messy Church, The Gift of Years and Who Let the Dads Out? programmes; and through our work with children and families.

And we’re thankful that God has allowed us to share this mission with our supporters through prayer. 

Will you join us?

Through prayer, will you help open doors for God to be at work?

Will you support us in prayer as we look to bring the reality of God’s word into people’s lives today?

Will you pray for individuals, families and communities who need to know God’s transformative love? 

… so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.
Isaiah 40:4

How to pray for us

You could pray for our work each time you receive an enewsletter with updates about our current work (sign up here). 
You could pray for our staff or our volunteers.
You could sign up for our fortnightly prayer letter
Or you could download our printed four-monthly prayer diary, or contact us to have one posted, within the UK. (If you subscribe to our Bible reading notes you’ll already receive this.)

Download the May - August 2018 prayer diary

Could you commit to pray specifically for Who Let The Dads Out? for a month using this 31 day prayer guide?

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Pray for what's happening right now

Our latest updates will tell you about things going on within the life of BRF that you can give thanks for, pray for or support financially. If you're not able to pray for us regularly, could you take a few moments now to read about what's going on and offer it to God?

 

The BRF Prayer

Almighty God,
You have taught us that your word is a lamp for our feet 
and a light for our path. Help us, and all who prayerfully read your word,
to deepen our fellowship with you and with each other through your love.
And in so doing may we come to know you more fully, love you more truly,
and follow more faithfully in the steps of your son Jesus Christ,
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God for evermore.
Amen.