Prayer Warriors

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In Tanzania, Maasai women work together to produce bead crafts and pray together for blessing on their work and lives.

In Tanzania, Maasai women work together to produce bead crafts and pray together for blessing on their work and lives.

Migungani Women’s Group is named for the tree the women bead under. This very successful team of women has been working together since 2004. World Vision gave them training in beading, customer service, and conflict resolution. The group has saved nearly $1,000 together. The money gives them assurance that they can continue to build their business and cover family emergencies.

Romans 12:12 “Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.”

Consider how you may reflect joyful hope in your life today.

 

Written by Denise Koenig.

Photo © 2013 Jon Warren  / World Vision

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