A 2021 Post

Hey friends,
First and foremost, I want to thank you all for your support and prayers. Whether it’s over something personal, or something related to Nigeria and the Chibok girls, or anything in-between, knowing that you see these posts and pray mean the world.

Unfortunately, I usually find myself getting burnt out on writing about these things, especially when they are depressing in nature. I would be remiss if I didn’t do this, though. All too often, I come at writing for this blog from a purely “religious” standpoint– checking it off of my list of to-do’s and feeling like God Loves me more for writing and “being on top of things.” It sucks all of the passion and joy out of writing when I do so with such a motive.

I am learning, more and more, that Jesus wants, not my perfect behavior, or even my good works, but rather my heart. My love. This is what I hope to bring into 2021 as I continue to write for this blog.

Please keep me in your prayers as I seek to love and care for these people, both practically and spiritually. There may be some changes made to the blog, but I am not sure of that yet. I’ll be sure to update you all if any changes are made.

Again, thank you all for hearing my heart. I hope this beginning of 2021 comes well for you.

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


Do you know Jesus?

Whoever you are, Jesus Loves you and died for you. Learn more about Him, and His Love for you, here.

Donating to Alleviate Suffering in Nigeria

On Christmas Eve, in a small town called Pemi, those in Nigeria celebraing the birth of Christ were ambushed, slaughtered, and kidnapped by Boko Haram. 7 people were killed; 7 people were abducted, including a pastor from the small town (source).

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Oh Holy Night: Merry Christmas!

This Christmas Day, a song has rung in my ears– Oh Holy Night. And it reminds me of the Chibok girls, the boys newly kidnapped, and all of Nigeria, in general.

“Chains shall He break, for the slave is our brother
And in His name, all oppression shall cease…”
(Oh Holy Night)

I didn’t have much to say here, but to say that I thank all of you for following this blog, praying over it’s contents, and supporting in many other ways. Jesus may have come as a tiny child, but He reigns forever as King of Kings! I trust that one day, hopefully soon, all oppression and slavery found in Nigeria and other nations will cease.

Merry Christmas, friends. Have a wonderful time, and please keep these people in your prayers.

Love in Christ,

Annalee, ISAIAH 62 PRAYER MINISTRY

A Prayer this Christmas

Merry Christmas, friends! I have an urgent prayer request.

My mom has been diagnosed with colon cancer and there is a mass on her liver. We are believing Jesus for a miracle. Please pray that she would do well in her surgery on December 31st, when they take out the mass on her liver– that her doctors and nurses would be led of the Lord. Pray for strength, joy, and thankfulness for our family this holiday season.

Thank you,
Annalee, ISAIAH 62 PRAYER MINISTRY


Do you know Jesus?

Jesus came to this earth 3,000 years ago to take on the sin of the world. Learn more about Jesus and His Love for you, here.

ACLJ Article & Donation

I found this article today on ACLJ’s website. There, you can read the article and also donate if you are led to. Thank you all for keeping Nigeria and the Chibok girls in your prayers.


Do you know Jesus?

Our God is in control, even in the chaos, and He Loves us dearly– so dearly that He gave His son for us to die for our sins. Learn more about this here.

“#BringBackOurBoys”: Boko Haram takes 333 Boys Captive

It grieves my heart to say this. On the night of Friday, December 11th, 2020, 333 young boys were kidnapped from their school in Katsina state, Northwestern Nigeria. Boko Haram took responsibility for the crime today, Tuesday, December 15th. This is “signaling that Shekau’s reach has shifted nearly 500 miles west” from his original place of action, something that sends the message that he is seemingly growing in power (source).

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Reblog: When God Says “Not Yet”

I read this post over again and felt that while this news is old, the message in it is very relevant to the craziness happening in this world, today. I wanted to reblog it to remind us of these truths, and to come back, in a way, to the original focus of this blog.


Do you ever ask God, “Please show me what you’re doing in all of this?”

Yeah. That has been me, lately.

It’s not been without cause. Recently, Ahmed Salkida reported that more of the Chibok schoolgirls are alive than what was first thought; yet, little to no news has been shown about their whereabouts. And I’m not the only one craving more information on the girls; the president of the Nigerian senate, Mr. Bukola Saraki, wants regular updates on the rescue efforts of the Chibok girls, simply so that speculations like the ones journalist Ahmed Salkida is making.1

It’s hard to be in the dark about things that you care so much about.

But, that is precisely where one needs to trust Jesus.

“Everything in this world requires patience and prayer,” said Bashir Wasai, a leader in Northern Nigeria, when speaking about the remaining Chibok girls in this video (at 2:07). He is exactly right.

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I have no idea what Jesus is doing, here. I’m starving to see, to understand, and to know.

And while I do that, I pray knowing who Jesus is; knowing that He knows, cares, and is actively involved in this situation, though no one outside of it may see it, yet. I know that He hears my cry, and cares for my request.

Jesus will make all things clear; but, for now, we must wait—and trust Him in all of the details. It is in this place where we will learn to love and trust Him, more.

When we pray for Christ to move, it is a prayer that opens our eyes and keeps us sensitive to where Christ has already been leading.

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“When You come in the room When You do what only You can do It changes us, it changes What we see and what we seek You’re changing everything.” (Spirit of the Living God, Meredith Andrews)

Please pray with me that Christ would make what is happening in the Chibok girls’ situation, clear. He is faithful, a Promise-Maker and Promise-Keeper!

This post is in tribute to the countless mothers and fathers of those kidnapped by Boko Haram. May Jesus save and comfort their souls.


Do you know Jesus?

3,000 years ago, a man stepped on the scene who was, and is, like no other. He gathered good friends, disciples, and went around healing the sick and preaching the coming of the Kingdom of God. His name is Jesus.

At the time, the people who saw and knew Jesus thought He would set up His kingdom on earth in their presence; they thought He came to give freedom from the oppression of Rome. But He didn’t.

Instead, He died on the cross for the people’s sins—yours and mine. This didn’t make sense to anyone; yet, it was what God, Jesus, had planned to do, all along.

Jesus once told His disciples, “You do not realize now what I am doing, but later you will understand” (John 13:7, NIV). Later on, after His death and resurrection, they finally did understand. Jesus is not a God who can be fit into our boxes of presuppositions and our own logic; He is beyond our reasoning (though to believe in Him is not unreasonable!). Learn more about Him, and who He is, here.


Please pray for (you can find the prayer sheet for this post, here)…

  • Jesus to show the public what is truly going on in the Chibok girls’ situation.
  • That the remaining Chibok girls are not hurt/harmed in any way, and that they come home soon. You can find their names and pictures, here.
  • That Leah Sharibu, part of the “Dapchi Girls,” would also be freed, soon.
  • That the family members of these girls would not lose Hope, but would be renewed in Hope.

Thank you for your prayers!!!

1 http://saharareporters.com/2018/04/16/chibok-girls-saraki-wants-regular-update-rescue-efforts-avoid-speculations