CPA Praying Together – January & February 2022

Thank you for joining with us. Please feel free to pass onto friends.

As we begin a new year, let’s reflect on the greatness and goodness of the loving Father to whom we pray.

Feel free to use this short update to help pray for our friends in Africa.

Let’s give thanks!

‘The Lord has established his throne in Heaven, and his kingdom rules over all.’    (Psalm 103:19)

‘The Lord is close to the broken-hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.’ (Psalm 34:18)

We come before an amazing God who is both powerful and merciful.

Here at CPA, we feel blessed by supporter’s generosity and the genuine desire to help. We thank you, and thank Father God for you, as it is allowing us to explore new ways to support our partners and communities who are struggling at this time, dealing with Covid-19, isolation, war and the aftermath of war.

In the CPA office

  • There is plenty of activity in the CPA office at present. Please pray for Aimee and Rosey as they go about the day-to-day routine of serving both our supporters and our African partners. May they know the joy and satisfaction of doing a great job for those we serve.
  • Please pray that new supporters would have the opportunity to join this adventure with us during 2022.


  • Children have returned to their schools after a two year break due to Covid-19. This has been the longest closure of its type anywhere in the world. Please pray for the huge adjustment this means for all. It is really good news, but will no doubt come with some trepidation.
  • Please continue to lift Julius and his family up in prayer. Julius is working hard to support the Komamboga children and their families, and the young adults from the former Komamboga Children’s Home.
  • Please pray that we may have wisdom as we look to expand some of our community work in and around St Paul’s, Rukungiri and the North Kigezi district. Pray for Esther who has been a key and very resourceful woman in our partnership in the region, and for Adeera and Nelson, who complete the team.


  • This country and its people are suffering, Lord have mercy! You don’t have to delve very deep into the news to know that the on-going war, the results of war, and the current famine have devastated both people and land. We continue to pray for God’s intervention.
  • A possibility has arisen for CPA to partner with another organisation to help address some of the immediate needs in the region in which we work. Your prayers would be appreciated as we look at ways to move forward quickly but wisely with this opportunity to serve. More on this as it develops
  • We are also meeting in February with some UK based friends who support two medical staff working on the streets with widows and orphans. Your prayers for if and how this should develop would be appreciated.

We at CPA are excited about the year ahead.  We desire to serve our African friends with Christ’s love and compassion.

We appreciate your part in making this happen.


Raymond and the team.