Food insecurity rises as the dry season continues and many are worried their loved ones, especially the children and elderly, will perish from starvation. Pray that those who need food the most will get it, and that the Toposa will see and give the credit to God’s grace and love for them.
Pray the Toposa would have their hearts changed and they would become connected to the vine (John 15). Pray that they would become a people group that bears great fruit for the Kingdom of God.
Since the creation of the world, God has been drawing people, including the Toposa, to Himself. Ask God to open the eyes of the Toposa so that they would see God’s handiwork and turn to Him.
Pray that the Toposa community would one day be able to say “O God, you are my God, earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you, my body longs for you, in a dry and weary land where there is no water.” (Psalm 63:1)
The Toposa raise, look after, guide, and protect their cattle- they understand shepherding. Pray that the Good Shepherd will find them, and take care of them and guide their hearts to embrace Him.
Ask God to soften the hearts of the Toposa to hear the Gospel and respond to it. Pray that they become passionate for the Word of God and are eager to share it with others.
Pray for God to call more Toposa Christian leaders to strengthen and cause growth in churches in villages that will result in multiplication. Pray for unity among Toposa church leaders in unreached villages in remote areas.
Pray that as the Toposa students return home during the holidays that they would be a strong witness for the gospel and that they would continue to share the gospel even while facing persecution.
Please pray for Toposa students that are studying in Torit. Pray that their hearts would be so impacted by the gospel, they would be compelled by the love of Christ to take the gospel back to their home village in the Toposa area called Mogos.
AWESOME Toposa worship today. The physical size of the church in Kapoeta has more than quadrupled. And it was packed with Toposa women. No men. About half of them are the result of a new church plant last year. The young Toposa leaders love Discipleship. Their joy and love of the Lord is contagious.