2 CHIBOK GIRLS FOUND!!!

It is with great joy that I report that 2 of the Chibok schoolgirls have been found!!!

I remember when I would cry out to the Lord for even just one Chibok girl to be found. Now, MORE THAN 100 HAVE BEEN FOUND OR FREED.

They were both found with children– one with one child, the other with two. It blows my mind.

I look back at all Jesus has done, and it brings Psalm 116 to mind. Especially verses 1-2:

“I love the Lord, for he heard my voice;

    he heard my cry for mercy.

Because he turned his ear to me,

    I will call on him as long as I live.”

Psalm 116:1-2, NIV

Guys, Jesus hears us. He Loves us. And He has heard our prayers, even if they take a lot of time to see. And He will be a faithful God, a God who Heals and Loves them passionately.

SO, I don’t have much more to say than “LET’S CELEBRATE!!!”

Celebrate not only the two girls who were freed, but the God who Loves them and brought them out of captivity.

With Love, in Christ,

Annalee, ISAIAH 62 PRAYER MINISTRY


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Salvation for Terrorists: A Time for Celebration & Prayer

Friends & Followers,
There is so much to celebrate. I have not posted here recently, but I come bearing amazing news. I will try to keep it short, but want to bring these things to you so that you can celebrate, and pray over, these things with me!

  1. 61,000 Boko Haram suspects and ISWAP terrorists have been held in Northern Nigeria! Rauf Aregbesola, Nigeria’s Interior Minister, said, “Today, a core of the criminal elements and insurgents across the country are on a path to defeat, they have been heavily degraded.” These men are being held in prisons all along Northern Nigeria. One thing you can pray for is that these men would submit to Christ, repent of their sin, and be transformed by the only One who can do all of this.
  2. Six Boko Haram/ISWAP Commanders, and 3,856 Fighters, have surrendered in the past two weeks. This is along the same vein as the 61,000 Boko Haram terrorists being captured, but it is important to note that six of those captured are commanders in this terrorist organization. General Onyeuko has stated their names: “The surrendered are; Mallam Mala Hassan, Ali Madagali, Musa Bashir, Buba Dahiru, Jafar Hamma and Abbali NAKIB Polisawa.” As stated before, these men need Christ! Let’s pray that they would recieve justice for their crimes, but that they would also come to know Jesus.

This is just a small sampling of what is happening in Northern Nigeria and its surrounding nations. There is much victory, but also such fertile soil in the hearts of these terrorists to recieve the Gospel. If the Apostle Paul was once a terrorist, there is hope for these terrorists as well.

Please pray with me over those they have hurt; that there would be justice; and that there would be true revival.

With Love, In Christ,
Annalee, ISAIAH 62 PRAYER MINISTRY


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Only Jesus can change a life like Saul’s, and He is still doing this today. Learn more about this amazing God here.

Don’t Give Up: A Short Letter

“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”
(Galatians 6:9)

April 14th, 2014, almost 300 young girls were kidnapped by barbaric men. Their lives were completely interrupted. Their hopes and dreams, in many ways, were dashed.

At the creation of this blog, it was my desperate prayer that even one girl would be freed. Amazingly, 8 years later, at least over 100 of the girls have been released (!!!!).

I look at Galatians 6:9, and see the harvest of so many girls now living in freedom. But it also reminds me that there is much to be done, still.

Do not become weary in doing good. The LORD is faithful to reap a harvest if we keep on going in prayer, support, and advocacy for these girls.

With Love, in Christ,

Annalee Hoover, ISAIAH 62 PRAYER MINISTRY


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Jesus has done amazing things in the lives of these girls, and all glory goes to Him! Learn more about Him today.

2014: A Reflection

I am currently doing a big project at work where I need to sort hundreds of papers, to throw away the irrelevant papers and keep the relevant ones.

As I have been sorting, I have gotten down to the year of 2014. And that has caused me to think about where I was on the dates on the papers.

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