SDG 10 – Prayer Wall

Reduce Inequalities

What does the Bible teach?
Here there is no Gentile or Jew, circumcised or uncircumcised, barbarian, Scythian, slave or free, but Christ is all, and is in all. (Galatians 3:11)

What should we pray for?
For people who suffer as a result of inequality. Whether through limited opportunity, isolation or an unfulfilled quality of life, may they experience a sense of hope and purpose.
For fellow Christians who experience inequality, injustice and poverty in their daily lives. May their faith in Christ remain strong despite their challenges. May those who do not currently know God discover their value in him.
For people across society and around the world who act unfairly as a result of prejudice and societal attitudes. May policies and practises change and all people work together to achieve the best situation for each other.

What can we do?
Accessibility: Identify non-accessible areas in your area and reach out to relevant authorities for improvement.
Reflection: Reflect on your actions today: Have I treated someone unfairly today? Value people who do socially and physically demanding work. Become aware of your privileges. Be thankful for them.
Support: Support initiatives designed to reduce inequalities and deliver practical support to the disadvantaged. For
example, look into projects that support the homeless, the poor, minorities and other groups.