Prayer responses to Nelson Mandela Bay water crisis

Amidst reports of dam levels plummeting, taps beginning to run dry in the Nelson Mandela Bay region, and various emergency measures mounted to provide water to citizens, two special calls to prayer were released in the last few days.

The ACDP called on Christians to join its online “Let it Rain” prayer event on Thursday June 16, stating: “The ACDP believes that Jesus is the answer to the ongoing drought in our Metro.” A recording of the prayer webinar which featured ACDP national and local leaders can be viewed here.

Nelson Mandela Bay Burn 24-7 responded to the hour by launching a “Prayer at Metro Reservoirs” campaign, in which it called on believers to go to reservoirs throughout the metro to pray from 3pm to 4pm on Wednesday June 15 and from 2pm to 3pm on Saturday June 18. More info about the campaign is available on their Facebook page: Burn 24-7 Nelson Mandela Bay | Facebook

City intercessor Etheline Wiese, who responded to the Prayer at Metro Rservoirs campaign on Wednesday, shared a faith-filled testimony of what they experienced on Wednesday — See:

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