|80 Hours of Prayer for Burma
||Christians Concerned for Burma along with Partners Relief & Development is
hosting an event called "³80 Hours of Prayer for Burma" to take place in an
on-site prayer room in Chiang Mai beginning at noon on Thursday, February
15th through till Sunday, February 18th, 2007, at which time we will close
the event with a gathering in the prayer room from 6-8pm to pray and worship
|A Mother's Story from Burma
||The lady in the photo is named Naw Rutha, she gave birth to a baby boy in the first week of December. One week later the Burma Army came to attack and she and the other villagers fled.
|A Prayer for Burma
||Prayer from a exiled Karen woman from Burma now living in the United States
|A Regime Change in Burma
||A Regime Change in Burma
By BENEDICT ROGERS
Article in the July 17, 2002 Asian Wall Street Journal
|A Visit to a Burmese Village
||Essay by Sarah, an 8th grade US student
|About Christians Concerned for Burma (CCB)
||CCB works to support the people of Burma through prayer, evangelism, advocacy and action. CCB's belief is that God's love is alive in Burma and its light will not be put out. Though the people are suffering under an oppressive dictatorship, they have not given up. We have experienced the love and redemption of Jesus Christ and want to share this as the Lord leads and opens hearts.
|An Urgent Call for Prayer
||There has been a request from inside Burma urging people of all faiths to join in a prayer vigil for for the next three days.
|Aung San Suu Kyi
||Aung San Suu Kyi is the winner of a Nobel Peace Prize and leader of the democratically elected political party in Burma, the National League for Democracy (NLD).
|Bededag 2005 DK (Word)
||Day of Prayer 2005 brochure -- Danish (Word format)
|Bededagsbrochure 2003 Dk (pdf)
||PDF brochure for the Day of Prayer for Burma, 2003 (in Danish)