African Children’s Choir Founder Ray Barnett Calls for United Prayer for an End to Coronavirus Plague

As the world continues to deal with the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus outbreak, African Children’s Choir Founder Ray Barnett says it’s vital that believers come together in united prayer for a solution to this crisis.

“We need all Christians to pray for wisdom for doctors and nurses and for government officials. Pray for those who are scientists who are working for an antidote to the virus,” explains Ray.

He added: “This is critical and could lead to those who are in the medical field getting wisdom and knowledge in what to do.”

Ray, aged 83, who was raised in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, founded the African Children’s Choir in 1984. After hearing a radio broadcast discussing the 150,000 children starving to death in Northern Uganda, he felt compelled to help, and headed out to the affected area to see how he could make a difference.

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SOURCE: Assist News, Peter Wooding