Pray with Us
Join us in praying for our ministry around the world.
BHUTAN –– Give thanks with us that through virtual Bible studies and outreach on Facebook, 11 Bhutanese individuals have given their lives to Christ, and 8 more have requested the next step of baptism. Please continue to pray for more opportunities to return to in-person sharing of the gospel, since the Internet is quite expensive in Bhutan, and not everyone has access to computers and smartphones. UGANDA –– Praise the Lord that Words of Hope Uganda messages are now being produced in 16 languages and are available on multiple platforms. Our goal is always to make the gospel accessible to as many people as possible, and we see that happening in Uganda! Pray that our ministry’s “air game” of media distribution would be equally complemented by a “ground game” of discipleship that leads to flourishing communities. NEPAL — Give thanks that within the last three months, 23 families have joined . . .
ALBANIA — We give thanks that in the last quarter, over 10,000 individuals visited the Words of Hope Albania website. In response to a questionnaire on the site, 18 people responded that they had accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior. Pray with us for these new believers. Pray too for our leaders in Albania, that God would grant them wisdom, perseverance, and direction as they continue their outreach work. UGANDA — Give thanks for ways in which our Ugandan staff report being personally blessed by the programs they have been working on—especially as the uncertainties of COVID-19 continue. During meetings and devotion times, they have testified that serving with the organization has helped them to stand strong in their faith. Being able to hear and receive the Word of God every day is such a blessing! TURKEY — Please pray for a listener in Turkey who has been a . . .
IRAN — Pray for Christian converts in Iran who continue to experience persecution because of their faith. At least 15 Christians are currently being held in prison for charges related to their faith, and over 100 were arrested at some point during 2020. There are reports of Christians being flogged for taking communion, being denied education and employment, and even having custody rights revoked following adoption. Lord have mercy. UGANDA — Give thanks that in Uganda, listenership continues to grow! Despite many complications from the pandemic and political unrest in the country, programmers have faithfully recorded messages that are speaking hope during these difficult times. The Ugandan Ministry of Health has given permission for in-person gatherings to resume, and many listeners are showing up again to join in monthly prayer meetings. NIGER — Pray for the development and recording of a new set of radio programs on “The Lives of the Prophets.” Each . . .