We began the day by meeting in Chris's apartment to debrief the previous day, and we had a fruitful conversation on the ministry that took place yesterday. A missionary with Youth with a Mission (YWAM) who attends Prague Christian Fellowship was there as well. Before we left, I learned a college student in Chris's home group who has an internship at Czech Newsweek had talked to his editor about me. The editor wants to interview me for background research on Americans' view of the 2016 election.
We then did a prayer walk led by the YWAM missionary through some tourist areas in Prague and into the red light district where YWAM and two other ministries have a ministry facility named the Bridge. At the Bridge, we engaged in powerful prayer right outside the doors of the facility for the Christian ministries operating there. I then returned with Chris and the college student for the Newsweek interview; the others continued touring.
After the Newsweek interview, I joined the others and we toured the Bethlehem Chapel. We then had dinner and returned to the flat of three American missionaries for a home group meeting. At the home group meeting, which was very well attended (about 20-25 crammed into their living room), Frank shared biblical insights about how to minister to and encourage individuals after they experience inner healing and/or deliverance. Many of our team offered additional insights, and many of the attendees had questions. Afterwards, the five of us broke off into three groups, and each group prayed with an attendee of the meeting who sought prayer.
By Natt Gantt