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Thanks for Your Support During 2020

Created: Thursday, 17 December 2020 13:10
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Rev. Newton GabbidonRev. Newton Gabbidon

For the past twenty-four years, it has been our privilege, here at IPMI, working with pastors and other leaders representing various churches and other organizations, here in the United States and other nations to mobilize united prayer for revival in the church in support of world evangelism and the spiritual healing and transformation of nations. 

Year after year, as we pursued this important global mission, God has blessed IPMI immensely to continue its various ministry efforts to encourage Christians to unite in prayer for revival.  Apart from the numerous answers to prayers, we have witnessed, the most unmistakable evidence of God's blessings on these efforts is the thousands of Christians from various nations worldwide who have joined us in prayer over these many years. Indeed, we have seen more Christians mobilized to pray during this Pandemic than in any other year in our ministry's history. 

We could not possibly sustain this intensity and longevity without the partnership of a team of dedicated leaders, volunteers, and partners, whose contribution has been critical to the organization's growth and development over these twenty-four years.

Many thanks for your faithful partnership with IPMI and for your financial Support during 2020.  Our appreciation of your partnership with IPMI is even more significant at this time given the enormous challenges the COVID-19 Pandemic posed to the health and general economic wellbeing of persons of all walks of life during the year. 

In whatever way the Lord may lead you to support IPMI during this new year, we trust that our partnership in advancing His Kingdom will bring Him great glory. 

God bless you.

In His Service,

Rev. Newton Gabbidon

President & CEO

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