Hull YFC
Prayer Requests

May 2019



Hull YFC works in the Boulevard area of West Hull with links to other ministries across the city. Please support our work through prayer to see changes in the lives of young people and their families who face many challenging circumstances.

Please pray for:

Our decision today (1st) about who to appoint as our new Administrator and for them as they settle in to the new job.

Richard as he attends a Missional Entrepreneurship course at Cliffe College from 13-17th.

The Orts pedlars cart as it has an outing in to town tomorrow (2nd) selling the items made at Orts.

The staff and pupils at Chiltern Primary School who are facing SATs exams this month.

Ian and Iona Dyson as they look to buy a house and continue to make plans to move to the Boulevard.

Please give thanks for:

Sue and all she has brought to the team over her 6 and a half years working with us. Please pray for her health. Pray she enjoys a peaceful and relaxing retirement.

The teams involvement in the Easter Praise celebration at Hull minster.

The work that Martin has been doing with recovering addicts through the Musical Truth project and the recording of their first album together.

Prayer Focus

Each month we will endeavour to share a bit more detail about a young person or adult that we are supporting and ask you to pray for them as much as possible throughout the month. Names are changed to maintain confidentiality.

Hull YFC has been a part of Selby Street Mission for many years now. It’s a space that has a real community ethos which many are drawn to and Joe is one of those who have found a home here. Like most who come through the door he has an addiction, as well as some mental health issues which have blighted his young life for far too long. Joe has faith in Jesus and joins in with our regular meals, prayers and discussions bringing insights and occasionally a reality check. He is searching for wholeness and to that end he is gradually lowering the intake of his methadone prescription. Please pray for Joe as he attempts to get drug free and for his desire to grasp the fulness of life which can only be found in Christ.


Thank you so much for your prayer support, it is such an encouragement to us and so vital for the work that we do here.

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