1
(Sat)
Prayer answered
Praise God! Our New Arrivals Mong Kok Service Centre  successfully moved to a new premises on 11 May.   Normal services resumed on the following Monday.
2
(Sun)
During this summer break in June, several undergrads studying Medicine in the Chinese University of Hong Kong will volunteer in our Migrant Domestic Workers Programme to conduct health workshops for our clients. Pray that more ladies will be reached out to and feel cared for by the community.
3
(Mon)
Congratulations!
Mrs. Cheung-Ang Siew Mei, our Executive Director, was recently appointed as a director of the 5th Executive Council of the China Overseas Friendship Association. She has just come back from the 1st Executive Meeting in Beijing.  Pray that she strives to follow Jesus’ example to spread peace and love in HK and beyond.
4
(Tue)
Xiao Rang, a 14-year old Tibetan girl who suffers from scoliosis, underwent several surgeries in late-May. Thanks to the skill of the surgeon and God's healing power, the surgery was smooth. Pray for her steady recovery through the rehabilitation programme. May she feel how precious she is in the eyes of the Lord.
5
(Wed)
We have successfully connected with different community organizations to better serve our neighborhood with services such as free health massage in a community centre for the seniors.  Pray that such partnerships will add vibrancy to our community that we love.  
6
(Thu)
Tomorrow is the Dragon Boat Festival! 
May God bless Christian Action’s staff to rest in His word: “Be quiet and know that I am God”  Psalms: 46:10  during this public holiday.  Pray that we will all be greatly empowered and work together to face the challenges ahead.
7
(Fri)
Today our Ministry Coordination Team Sau Mau Ping Centre will start a two-year band programme for 12 student mentees, who will be divided into 2 groups according to age.  The programme aims to develop their music potentiality.   Pray that this will help the youngsters to unlock their potential and they will treasure their talents as special gifts from our Lord.
8
(Sat)
Let’s pray in unison for the Silva family, a family that has adopted children, in the States.  They desperately need God’s mercy and miraculous healing. The dad, John, fell from a height of 15-feet at his workplace last month resulting in extensive internal bleeding and fractured his pelvis and hip socket. Pray for his full recovery! May God personally comfort and protect the Silva family in this difficult time.
9
(Sun)
Our On Tai Centre, replacing the Sau Mau Ping Service Centre, started its renovation in late May. Pray that the project will proceed smoothly and safely so that it will open on schedule.
10
(Mon)
The Training Services Division will co-organize a career talk with a primary school in To Kwa Wan for its new arrival parents. Pray that, through the collaboration, we will offer them the most current job information; and that our career-oriented vocational training programmes will be enriching and bring them closer to fulfilling their dreams.
11
(Tue)
Please continue to pray for God’s provision and direction for our new Haidong Social Welfare Institute. 23 disabled youngsters on the Bridge Programme from Xining will move there soon. Pray that we strive to help them grow up stronger and better to adapt to the community as independent adults.
12
(Wed)
Our Training Services Division has conducted two workshops on Western Cuisine and Hotel Housekeeping for ethnic minorities (EM) this month. Pray that the EM trainees will be enriched and equipped to forge their career paths with passion and confidence.
13
(Thu)
Our Social Enterprise Division will co-launch a “Green Collection Programme” with different community organizations this month.  Pray that more good-quality new or used clothes/accessories or electrical appliances will be collected so that we can sell them through our outlets to partially sustain our charity services.
14
(Fri)
In collaboration with a medical social service network, our Ethnic Minorities Integrated Services Woosung Street Centre will run several physical fitness classes for 10 women clients at Yau Ma Tei community centre every Friday morning in June. Pray that the initiative will turn into a support system offering them ways to cast off their stress and anxiety; and they feel empowered through participating in our activities.
15
(Sat)
This afternoon, our Ministry Coordination Team Long Ping Centre will organize a parenting talk at a primary school in Tin Shui Wai for about 100 parents of mentees in our 3rd phase school-based mentorship programme. Pray that they will learn effective inter-generational communication skills in this information age.
16
(Sun)
Happy Father’s Day!  
May the Lord pour His Father’s love onto all of the clients of Christian Action so that they feel empowered and cherished through joining our services.
17
(Mon)
Many children under the care of our children and youth programmes will take their internal end-of-term school examinations this month. Pray that all of them will study hard to achieve their best results.
18
(Tue)
Our China Programme is strategizing a new training centre with the local community in Xining. Please pray for His provision, protection and inspiration in every step of implementing the project; and that we strive to be the salt and light in the community. Amen!
19
(Wed)
As Christian Action’s green collection drive with HSBC draws to an end, please pray that all those who have donated their unwanted goods to our social enterprise will understand that they are meeting the needs of the poor through their giving, not just making space to accumulate more.
20
(Thu)
Today is World Refugee Day.  A celebration will be held this Saturday at St. Andrew’s Church themed “Standing with Refugees”.  May God move more compassionate hearts in Hong Kong to embrace the marginalized sector with love and understanding.
21
(Fri)
Today a colleague from Tuen Mun SHINE Centre will share her experience in providing social services for ethnic minorities at a workshop hosted by the Social Welfare Department in Tuen Mun. Pray that we strive to establish an inclusive community.  
22
(Sat)
Pray that our Corporate Development and Communications Division will grasp Godly wisdom and guidance as they are planning the new Season of Love Charity Drive 2019/20. Amen!
23
(Sun)
Christian Action Asia (USA) continues to garner support through its Facebook Page.  Praise God that it has acquired over 500 new viewers in these two months. Pray that it will soon amass its target of 5,000 visits and help promote our ministry in Qinghai.
24
(Mon)
Hallelujah! 
Praise God for the wonderful media exposure of Christian Action’s history in the past 2 months. Pray that more people will get to know our vision and mission and will render their support to Christian Action.
25
(Tue)
Give thanks!  A generous supporter will donate an incubator with blue light to the Xining Children’s Home for premature babies.  Pray that we will play a proactive part in improving the health of the orphans in Qinghai. 
26
(Wed)
About 20 clients on welfare benefit from our Sau Mau Ping Integrated Employment Assistance Service Centre will attend a training camp today. Pray that the beneficiaries will be better equipped to forge their future career plan with courage and direction.
27
(Thu)
We are planning to establish a much needed after school child care service in Sheung Shui, one of Hong Kong’s poorest areas. This will enable parents to take up stable employment and support their families.  Please pray for the success of this service!
28
(Fri)
We will run an exhibition on Love for Every Home at D-Park Tsuen Wan, which showcases the winning paper house designs, from today till the end of June.  Pray that the initiative would move more people to embrace our mission to help the deprived in Qinghai and Hong Kong.
29
(Sat)
Let’s pray for Christian Action UK that they would be empowered as we pray in unison. Pray that more supporters and friends throughout the country would be touched to support our ministry in Qinghai.
30
(Sun)
This summer, several volunteer teams from Hong Kong and beyond will visit our children’s homes in Qinghai. May God continue to move more compassionate Christians to show love and care to the disadvantaged and disabled orphans on the Tibetan Plateau, one of the poorest districts.