1
(Wed)
Today is International Labour Day. 
May Christian Action continue to be the light of the city as we strive to serve the underprivileged, refugees, and migrant workers in Hong Kong with a unified heart and spirit.
2
(Thu)
Hallelujah!
Praise God that we have successfully moved to the new Choi Wan headquarters last week. Normal operations and training courses under Employees Retraining Board resume today. Pray that we may continue to serve our beloved neighbourhood in the years to come.
3
(Fri)
Praise God for His protection and provisions in every part of the computer network re-connection and installation in new headquarters. We can now smoothly and steadfastly function as planned.
4
(Sat)
Yesterday, the Social Enterprise Division conducted a green collection campaign at a private housing estate in the neighbourhood. Pray that our continuous endeavor would promote the environmental conservation.
5
(Sun)
Last Wednesday, Tuen Mun SHINE Centre co-organised an event themed “WE ARE FAMILY, Explore Together Family Day” in Tuen Mun with 7 NGOs and government offices.  Pray that we will not only help foster stronger familial ties but also will promote community cohesion between ethnicities through meaningful games and activities.
6
(Mon)
Our Sheung Shui Centre is strategising its After-school Care programme for the deprived children. Pray that the beneficiaries will be better equipped throughout the process and would re-enter the job market with strength and direction.  
7
(Tue)
Last Wednesday, we hosted our Red Packet for Every Home campaign at Domain Mall, Yau Tong that showcases the winning paper house designs. Pray that the initiative would raise public awareness towards our ministries in helping the underprivileged families in Hong Kong and Qinghai. 
8
(Wed)
Our Ministry Coordination Team from the Sau Mau Ping Centre is arranging a series of 6 regular piano classes for 8 student mentees beginning today to develop their music potential. Pray that they would feel how precious they are in the eyes of God. Amen!
9
(Thu)
To better strategise a comprehensive training and placement package, our China team is conducting a baseline survey in Xining to empower local youth and young adults over 18 in their self-exploration while forging their future career path. Pray that all of them will be enriched to walk their independent living with dignity and strength.
10
(Fri)
This month, Christian Action Asia (USA) continues its Spring Mailing Campaign. Pray for an enthusiastic support from the States for our ministry of helping the children who are deprived and handicapped in Qinghai.
11
(Sat)
Our New Arrivals Mong Kok Service Centre will move to its new premises today. Please pray for a smooth transition with minimal disruptions to the services, and that more people will come to know more about this new centre.
12
(Sun)
Happy Mother’s Day! 
Please pray for the holistic health of all our staff who face the daily challenges of working with the poor and deprived.  Pray that we care for the clients as a Mother loves her child.
13
(Mon)
Praise God!
On 18 April, we hosted a warm farewell gathering and tour around New Horizons Building, the former refugees’ shelter, clinic block and school premises for a shooting and an interview for a TV programme.  Some former teachers, alumna, and supporters joined us to share in this precious moment.  May God touch more warm-hearted friends to embrace our vision and mission. Amen!
14
(Tue)
As the world commemorates Labour Day this month, please pray for our “Employability Programme” that helps the recognised refugees, who have granted by the Director of Immigration by using his discretionary right, seek jobs in Hong Kong.  May God move the hearts of the potential employers to join hands with us to bless the beneficiaries through the initiative.
15
(Wed)
Two family day tours to Luk Keng in Fanling were scheduled on 1st and 13th May. A total of 100 mentees and their families under the Child Development Fund participated.  May the clients be empowered to improve their inter-generational bonding and communication through our activities.
16
(Thu)
Urgent!
Our Migrant Domestic Workers Programme team is facing great manpower challenges as they need more volunteers to teach Cantonese and cooking classes at the shelter.  May God connect them with more passionate volunteers to join the team and they will go from strength to strength.
17
(Fri)
Christian Action Asia’s (USA) Facebook Page has launched a series of campaigns since mid-March and amassed over 3,400 visits, which is close to its target of 5,000.  Pray that this will develop into a vital virtual platform for our ministry on the Tibetan Plateau.
18
(Sat)
Today, 240 clients from our New Arrivals Mong Kok Centre and Ethnic Minorities Integrated Services Woosung Street Centre will be invited to participate in an educational excursion to Ngong Ping 360. This is then followed by a vegetarian lunch, sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club. Pray that all participants will feel loved by the community as they could hardly afford such outing due to the meagre family budget.
19
(Sun)
Yesterday, our Ministry Coordination Team collaborated with the Hong Kong Church Network for the Poor (HKCNP) in running a Mentor Day at a church in Lai Chi Kok. Pray that more Christians will partner with us to reach out and impact the lives of young people with His Word.
20
(Mon)
We will join the Caring Company Partnership Expo 2019 hosted by HK Council of Social Service at HK Convention & Exhibition Centre in Wanchai today. Pray that community partnerships formed will further enhance our shared social responsibility to benefit society as a whole in future.  
21
(Tue)
Regular guitar classes for 6 young clients organised by the Sau Mau Ping Integrated Employment Assistance Service Centre begins today. Pray that this will help boost their self-confidence and embrace life challenges with greater courage.
22
(Wed)
This month, our Social Enterprise Division will co-organise green collection campaigns with different corporations in various parts of the city. Pray that we will gather much needed used and in good condition items, to resell through our outlet stores to support our charity services. May it bring in more collaborators to educate the public about the importance of recycling in environmental protection.
23
(Thu)
Yesterday, our Training Services Division organised an activity to promote its ERB training programme in San Po Kong. Pray that we would help enrich the job seekers with our job-market-oriented training programmes.
24
(Fri)
A Filipino domestic worker who was fired in February after being diagnosed with cervical cancer has recently won HK$30,000 in compensation from her employer. Please pray for peace, mercy and justice for many other stranded omen caught up with Labour Tribunal court cases. Amen!
25
(Sat)
Our China Programme is appealing for funding for new Haidong Social Welfare Institute. About 23 youngsters with disabilities on the Bridge Programme in Xining will be moving to the new centre soon. Pray that our ministry would strive to aid them in growing up stronger and better to adapt to the community as independent adults.
26
(Sun)
Let’s pray for Christian Action UK that they would be empowered as we stand united in prayer. Pray that more supporters and friends throughout the country would be inspired to support our ministry in Qinghai.
27
(Mon)
Praise God that the responses from media on our “Farewell to the New Horizons Building” held last 16 March created a positive image for Christian Action. Pray that our good name will be spread further and wider and CA will be the beacon of light to the city. Amen!
28
(Tue)
Our Training Services Division will organise an info day offering training opportunities in different fields, on-the-spot job interviews and trade talks and etc. at Domain Mall, Yau Tong today. Pray that more people especially the silver hair sector in the vicinity will be enriched by different vocational training programmes and they will be greatly prepared to re-enter the job-market with skills and strength.
29
(Wed)
The flu virus is at its peak during the season. Please pray that all CA staff, especially the direct dialogue team tasked with the street-level fund raising, would have good health.  May God shower His blessings to them so as to reap abundant fruit for their efforts.
30
(Thu)
Mrs. Cheung-Ang Siew Mei, our Executive Director, will be one of the lecturers for a course geared towards enhancing public awareness on serving one of the most marginalised sectors in the community.  Her topic focuses on “The Way to Serve Refugees”. Pray that more people will understand how we become more like Jesus when we serve. Amen!
31
(Fri)
The city’s statutory minimum wage increased this month. Pray that grassroots people would have a better quality of life through the improved legislation.