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(Tue)
Today is the 70th National Day of the People's Republic of China.  Please pray for unity among the people of Hong Kong during a time of division in the city, as the political divide and conflicts intensify.  May Our Lord bring us peace and mercy in this increasingly complicated political environment.
2
(Wed)
Today sees a court hearing for one of our shelter clients of the Migrant Domestic Workers Programme who has been accused of theft. Please pray for His mercy, comfort and justice for these women in their difficult times.
3
(Thu)
20 student mentees on our faith-based mentorship programme from our Ministry Coordination Team On Tai Service Centre will join a kickboxing lesson today.  Pray that they will understand the importance of staying fit and healthy as our body is also God’s sanctuary. Amen!
4
(Fri)
Give thanks to God! 
Christian Action (CA) successfully held a charity luncheon in September, which was well attended by about 70 guests. Pray that all of them would be touched to embrace our ministry in Qinghai.
5
(Sat)
Our mooncake tin collection initiative, co-organized with 2 property management groups, aims to collect empty tins from their respective private housing estates this October. Pray that we will work harmoniously with different corporates to educate people about the importance of recycling during and after the celebration of festivals.
6
(Sun)
Praise God!
Our New Arrival Mong Kok Service Centre has successfully secured public funding to sustain the community-based afterschool learning and support service for about 1,500 students from 16 schools in this school year.  Pray that we strive to lessen the grass-roots families’ burden of taking care of their children as they have to work long hours to make ends meet.
7
(Mon)
Today is Chung Yeung Festival.  According to Chinese tradition, people usually go hiking this day to avoid bad luck.  Pray that our staff enjoy their nature walks filled with God’s amazing creations and are recharged to serve the community.  
8
(Tue)
In these 2 days, the Training Services Division will organize job recruitment days at Plaza Hollywood. Pray that we would offer job seekers updated career info and new job opportunities.
9
(Wed)
Our IT Department will undergo the migration of some of our computer servers to a private cloud and platform in October.  Pray for its seamless implementation so as to improve our work capacity and efficiency.    
10
(Thu)
This month, we will hold different events in some of our neighbouring public estates funded by the HK Housing Authority’s Estate Management Advisory Committee.  Pray that we strive to play a proactive role in building up a new community network and fostering community cohesion through our diversified services.
11
(Fri)
Tomorrow the On Tai Integrated Employment Assistance Service Centre will organize from vulnerable families in the vicinity.  Pray that they will feel loved and cared for a fun day for children to overcome the challenges in adapting to a new environment.
12
(Sat)
Our Sheung Shui Service Centre has tried to connect more food processing corporations to offer more job opportunities for the clients on social benefits. Pray that they will benefit from these partnerships and be empowered to re-enter the job market with ease. 
13
(Sun)
Our Ethnic Minorities Integrated Services Woosung Street Centre is organizing Zumba Classes every Friday in October for the clients to strengthen them physically and mentally. Pray that they will be enlightened spiritually to walk on a God-pleasing path in future.
14
(Mon)
The mural painting in the New Horizons Building, our former headquarters, drawn by an ex Vietnamese Boat person, was a valuable testimony of refugees’ history in Hong Kong. This week will see a group of painters consisting of a local artist, an ex-Vietnamese refugee and a few current refugees join hands to undergo a replication in our new Choi Wan Centre. Pray that we strive to follow Jesus Christ’s example to serve the unserved. Amen!
15
(Tue)
Our Training Services Division will organize a tour today for the Trade Advisory Committee.  Pray that the participants will acquire better understanding towards our new and upgraded facilities at the Choi Wan headquarters for corporate in-service training programmes.
16
(Wed)
About 48 clients on welfare benefit from our On Tai Integrated Employment Assistance Service Centre have just gone for an excursion, sponsored by the government, to Lantau Island.  Pray that all of them would enjoy themselves as it may be beyond their normal financial affordability.
17
(Thu)
Answered prayer
Praise God!
More clients on welfare assistance of Sheung Shui Service Centre are inspired to engage in hair cut volunteer work twice a week for the needy sector of the community. Pray that people will personally feel more blessed to give than to receive through service.
18
(Fri)
Today our Social Enterprise Division will conduct a fun day for the seniors in the neighbourhood at our Choi Wan Centre. Pray that they will experience a deepening sense of community and God’s love as they participate.
19
(Sat)
Pray that Christian Action UK would feel uplifted by our prayers as we stand with them in unity.  Pray that we connect with more supporters across the country to support our ministry in Qinghai. 
20
(Sun)
Our China programme team is handling the bidding process to purchase million dollars’ worth of rehabilitation equipment to be donated by CA to the new children’s home in Xining.  Pray that we continue to improve the well-being of the children with disabilities, on the Tibetan Plateau.
21
(Mon)
Our Tuen Mun SHINE Centre team was invited to speak at some parental talks hosted by IVE (Shatin) targeting over 400 EM parents this October.  Pray that we strive to help the EM children to integrate smoothly into the community; and promote mutual understanding among different ethnicities.
22
(Tue)
Two separate mutual support groups consisting of 10 women were formed in the New Arrival Mong Kok Service Centre and new Choi Wan Centre respectively. They will meet every Friday to strengthen their inter-personal communication; and attend different DIY interest classes.
23
(Wed)
Today Mrs. Cheung-Ang Siew Mei will be presenting her thoughts on Radio Television Hong Kong’s Thought for the Week. Pray that more people will be inspired by her conviction in following Jesus Christ’s model of embracing the disadvantaged communities with love and care.
24
(Thu)
Our Training Services Division will attend ERB annual corporate luncheon 2019-20 today. Pray that we strive to offer updated training programmes for our partner corporations and valuable vocational training programme to better equip job seekers as well. 
25
(Fri)
Let’s celebrate “United Nations Day” today. Pray that people and nations, alike, will be aroused to embrace one another with faith, hope and love; and the greatest of these is love.  Nations will be unified to support both financially and spiritually the sub-divisions of the United Nations such as UNHCR, UNICEF, UNESCO, FAO, WFP and WHO to promote the betterment of the humanity as a whole.
26
(Sat)
This afternoon, our Sheung Shui Service Centre will conduct career talks with the support of some employers from various fields such as traditional Chinese medicine, and photography for about 80 service users. Pray that all participants will be empowered to pursue their dreams with direction and confidence.
27
(Sun)
The preparation for the Season of Love Charity Sale 2019 is in full swing! Pray for overwhelming responses from our sponsors, sales booths, outlets and volunteer recruitment.  Pray that we reap an abundant harvest to sustain our charity work for the deprived sectors in Hong Kong and Qinghai. 
28
(Mon)
To uphold a healthy community year, we will launch a seasonal special this month themed physical and mental nourishment to our beloved neighbours. Pray that we thrive to provide more need-oriented initiatives to foster community health and vigor.
29
(Tue)
We are selecting the products for the charity sale and planning the Season of Love 2019/20. Pray for His inspiration, connection and the protection in wide-spreading the circulation channels over the city as it is one of our most important campaigns of the year.  
30
(Wed)
We are gearing up for “Love for Every Home” Talent Show to be held at Kowloon City Plaza next week. Pray for its roaring success that will fund raise and advocate for our ministries for the deprived children in Hong Kong and Qinghai. Amen!
31
(Sat)
Our Ministry Coordination Team Long Ping Centre is strategizing a new 1-year project funded by the Labour Welfare Bureau to arouse public awareness towards the protection of the children and youth against sexual harassment and violence. Pray that they will feel cared for and treasured through our services.