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Prayer is the lifeblood of everything we do. We depend on it. We can't hope to bring healing to a suffering world without God's help. Please join us, and thousands of churches across the world, in prayer today.

  • Rising from the rubble in Haiti

    Haiti’s devastating earthquake of 2010 left the country’s education system in tatters, seemingly spelling disaster for the futures of countless pupils...

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  • Prayer alert earthquake in Nicaragua

    Please lift up Nicaragua in Central America, which on Sunday 13 April was hit by its third major earthquake in less than a week. Although casualty numbers are low, there is still widespread damage...

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  • Courageous love: Palm Sunday prayer reflection

    As Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, he knew things were about to take an almost unbearable turn for the worse – one that would lead to brokenness and humiliation, at least for a while. But because he was driven by love and an unswerving belief in his calling, he kept going...

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  • Prayer update: Secret’s Out

    It’s seven months until the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australia, where world leaders will meet to discuss some of the most important global issues...

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  • Changing policies changes lives

    Tearfund has been involved in lobbying for policy change since the 1960s, and we launched our first-ever public campaign in the 1990s. We’ve seen amazing things happen as a result of policies which have been changed…

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  • Afghanistan's Uncertain Future

    For Afghanistan, 2014 is a pivotal year. On Saturday 5 April its people will elect a new president, while foreign troops will continue to withdraw throughout the year...

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  • Never never never never give up

    ‘Never never never never give up.’ These words were spoken by Arthur Thangiah during a Tearfund prayer and fasting day. Arthur is the founder of Tearfund partner Sahaara Charitable Society (SCS)...

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  • Walking the walk in Zimbabwe

    Pastor Hadebe lives in Fort Rixon, a farming region in south-west Zimbabwe. Although partially sighted and not a young man, he is so inspired by our partner's church and community mobilisation (CCM) training that he's willing to walk nine miles to attend!

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  • Prayer update: Typhoon Haiyan response

    Rolinda is one of 14 million people still recovering from the devastating impact of Typhoon Haiyan which hit in November last year. When she heard that the typhoon was coming, Rolinda was terrified...

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