1
(Wed)
Today is the HKSAR’s 23rd Establishment Day anniversary!  May God shower His blessings on Hong Kong despite the challenges and divisions that are escalating here. Let’s learn to embrace each other with respect and understanding to sustain the city’s long-term prosperity and stability.
2
(Thu)
Today sees a meeting for the committee members of the Hong Kong Church Network for the Poor (HKCNP).  Mrs. Cheung-Ang Siew Mei JP, our Executive Director, will join in her capacity as an Executive Committee member of the HKCNP.  Pray that she strives to follow Jesus’ example to spread care and hope to the needy, especially those who have been seriously affected by the current epidemic crisis.
3
(Fri)
Our fundraising income has been tremendously reduced due to the social unrest and Covid-19, further straining our service capacity for the most vulnerable families, especially children of ethnic minorities and refugees. Currently we are appealing for donations of the $10,000 cash handout scheme in full or part. Pray that we will get over this tough time and continue to serve and walk with the marginalized during and after the epidemic.
4
(Sat)
To contain the spread of the epidemic, a mandatory quarantine has been imposed across the border for the staff of our China team programme. Pray that the rule will be relaxed, and our staff will return to the Qinghai office soon. 
5
(Sun)
Please continue to pray for the 12-year-old student mentee under the mentorship programme of the Child Development Team Long Ping Centre, who is struggling with his one-year chemotherapy treatment after his operation.  Pray that he and his family would personally experience divine comfort, strength and protection on his recovery.
6
(Mon)
An event themed “Healthy Lifestyle” will be co-organized with the School of Nursing HK Polytechnic today for the shelter clients of our Migrant Domestic Workers Programme. Pray that these stranded ladies will feel cared for by the community through our service.
7
(Tue)
 The Project Teal III will be kicked off in July.  It’s a joint project between Christian Action (CA) and other organizations which aims at providing 85 women from our New Arrivals Mong Kok Service Centre some free cervical cancer screening services including self-sampling, co-testing and medical follow-up care for the identified cases. Pray that more supporters would join us to express His divine love and care, especially to women in need.
8
(Wed)
Hooray! CA, a joint co-organizer of One-Stop Job-seeking and Empowerment Training Programme under HKCNP has rolled out a new tailormade programme in mid-June, to empower those who were laid off or received pay cuts because of the pandemic outbreak. Pray that we strive to deliver hope and love to the needy as one body of Christ.   
9
(Thu)
Our Employment Support Services On Tai Service Centre will extend the service time of after-school tutorial classes for 25 children which runs from 12:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday to Friday. Pray that we continue to share the burden of the underprivileged families who usually have to work long hours to subsist while their children are currently having only half-day classes.

10
(Fri)
To relieve the worries of the families from our New Arrivals Mong Kok Service Centre, who have become unemployed or underemployed due to the pandemic crisis, we plan to raise enough funds to accommodate a meal-box vending machine so that they may get 3 free meals daily.  Pray for the success of this initiative and that the families will eat nutritional food and feel treasured by the community. 
11
(Sat)
Today, a group of 2 to 4 families from our Ethnic Minorities Integrated Services Woosung Street Centre will go for a day trip to Stanley beach. Pray that all participants will cherish the precious family time outdoors which they cannot afford due to their meagre family budget.
12
(Sun)
Due to the current social distancing policies, our Ministry Coordination Team Long Ping Centre has split the activities relating to the Personal Development Plan into smaller classes catering for a total number of 250 participants under the Child Development Fund’s Mentorship Programme.  Pray that the beneficiaries would be uplifted and inspired to choose to walk on a God-pleasing path.
13
(Mon)
Give thanks to a generous donor for supporting our after-school summer class with a tutor/student ratio of 1:4, from 8 June to 31 August. This will aid 75 children from the low-income families providing activities like tutorial classes, outings and post-pandemic mental health support. Pray that we strive to lessen the grass-roots families’ burden of taking care of their children during the long school vacation.

14
(Tue)
As the world commemorates “World Youth Skills Day” this Wednesday, pray that more people would be motivated to help the younger generation of the refugees and asylum seekers to acquire basic education or skills to get life advancement. May God connect the hearts of the potential supporters or agencies to join us to bless the desperate.
15
(Wed)
Today sees the mini award presentation ceremony of the Employees Retraining Board (ERB) 2019/20. CA and 4 individuals/instructors will be awarded for their excellent performance over the year.  Pray that we continue to partner with corporations and individuals to better equip job seekers.
16
(Thu)
Our Social Enterprise Division has been collaborating with different partners to launch the “Green Collection Charity Drive” in various private housing estates in Kowloon East. Pray for generous donations of excellent used items for resale in our outlets to sustain our charity services.
17
(Fri)
Our Ministry Coordination Team On Tai Service Centre is recruiting devoted mentors for our Child Development Fund Mentorship Programme from different churches in Kwun Tong, Tseung Kwan O and Yuen Long.  Pray that more Christians will partner with us to reach out and impact the lives of young people with His love.
18
(Sat)
Our Training Services Division has started its recruitment process for the “Post-50 Internship Programme” and “Love Upgrading Special Scheme” under the Employees Retraining Board this week.  Pray that we will better equip the elderly & mid-aged and unemployed/underemployed to re-enter the job market with renewed drive and new skills; and at the same time help uplift those recently laid off due to the epidemic.

19
(Sun)
The results of the 2020 HK Diploma of Secondary Education Examination have currently been released.  May God abundantly bless all the students to grasp the essence of the Truth: Wisdom begins with the fear of God.  Pray that the students are coached to choose wisely when forging their future plan.
20
(Mon)
The renovation of our ESR’s Sheung Shui Community Sales Outlet is in full swing.  Pray that the work including the computer, CCTV and internet networking, data storage and POS installation will be completed by the end of this month. Pray for His continuous provision and protection to sustain our services for the underprivileged in one of the poorest districts of Hong Kong.
21
(Tue)
Our Sheung Shui Centre has been operating a lattice shop on behalf of the clients on welfare benefit who contributed their hand-made crafts such as mosquito repellent for sale.  Pray that we open up more need-oriented services to enable these clients to regain their self-confidence and self-reliance.

22
(Wed)
Let’s pray together for Christian Action UK, that Christians over the country would warmly respond to His call; and that we can continue to minister to the needs of disabled and abandoned children on the Tibetan Plateau.
23
(Thu)
Our Tuen Mun SHINE Centre is trying to explore the possible collaboration with schools in the New Territories West to offer tutorial classes and other after-school services for ethnic minority children and youth. Pray that we arouse public awareness towards cultural understanding and community integration through our effort.
24
(Fri)
Six electric wheelchairs, presently used by the disabled young adults under the Bridge Programme at the Social Welfare Institute, need some repairs and enhancements. Pray that our China Programme team are able to help them through appropriately adjusted aid, to enhance their mobility.
25
(Sat)
Our Sheung Shui Centre has been conducting assessment tests for 500 clients on welfare benefits for better evaluating their service needs and gaps. Pray that the work would be completed on schedule, and for our wisdom to serve the beneficiaries to re-enter the job market soon.
26
(Sun)
During this summer, our China Programme Team has organized a series of activities for self-exploration, skills enhancement and inter-personal communication under the Youth Empowerment Training Programme for the young adults in Qinghai. Pray that they would feel truly cherished in the community through our ministry.
 
27
(Mon)
Please pray for God’s protection and providence for our outdoor fund raisers and promoters during this unfavorable climate, that despite this, they may be blessed to reap a bountiful harvest.
28
(Tue)
Today our SHINE Centre will conduct an educational class stressing on the psychological impact of Covid-19 to our clients. Pray that all of them will be empowered to thrive with joy, peace and love after the pandemic crisis. Amen!
29
(Wed)
Christian Action Asia (USA) has just embarked on a new wave of Facebook promotion. Pray that this will develop into a vital virtual platform for our ministry on the Tibetan Plateau; and achieve the target of 10,000 followers soon.
30
(Thu)
Our Training Services Division will launch a 7-month long campaign themed “Healthy Diet-Say No to 3-Highs from now onwards” sponsored by the Wong Tai Sin District Board for the residents in the district. Pray that we would promote public awareness towards a healthy and well-balanced life to our neighbours.
31
(Fri)
During the epidemic outbreak, a local staff member who mastered in public health in Qinghai, conducted a survey for colleagues, caregivers and junior residents in different children’s homes and in Xin Ning Court to study how far they were equipped with basic knowledge of dealing with common infectious diseases. Hopefully, we seek the right methods to fill up the identified knowledge gap. Pray that we improve primary health education and the general well-being of the deprived and disabled children in Qinghai.