From sprawling cities to remote jungles, God is opening doors for ministry across Asia Pacific.
Fiji—formerly a resistant mission field—is now home to a thriving, evangelism-minded group of believers.
Famed for their distinct cooking style, the Minangkabau live throughout Indonesia. Only a few follow Christ.
Pray for missionaries Joel and Adrienne Charest as they continue to develop a ministry center in Mozambique that uses soccer games to share the gospel with children from Muslim families. Up to 300 Muslim children eagerly participate in the program.
Continue to pray for Indonesia as local AG churches, AGWM missionary personnel, and Convoy of Hope team members work together in the aftermath of the September 28 earthquake and tsunami that hit the island of Sulawesi. AGWM Asia Pacific Regional Director Jeff Hartensveld served as a missionary in Indonesia for 23 years, leading relief and rebuilding efforts after the historic 2005 tsunami. "Our national AG church leaders in Indonesia immediately loaded a truck with relief supplies and sent it overnight to the disaster area and are sending more,” Hartensveld says. “They need our prayers and our help. Our missionaries are also engaged in responding to this horrific tragedy. It's very clear that the devastation was far more than anyone imagined.”
Pray for a team of Christian workers traveling to mountain villages in a “restricted” area of Nepal. Groups of secondary students from the Christian International School are also traveling for projects throughout the country this week. Pray for health, safe travel and opportunities for all to share the gospel!
Beginning tomorrow, an exciting international missions congress in Madrid will bring together missionally focused Pentecostal fellowships from around the world to spend three days seeking God for His direction for a continuing global harvest. Co-sponsored by the World Assemblies of God Missions Commission and the Pentecostal World Fellowship, this 5th World Missions Congress meets under the theme “The Future Is Calling.” Would you be in prayer these next few days, asking God to encourage and inspire and give renewed energy to these missions leaders from around the world? We need to hear from God! — Greg Mundis, AGWM executive director
God has helped make the Oral Learners Bible Institute a reality. The first year of nine courses is complete. Each course has story-based lessons with illustrations and can play on the student’s own mobile phone using a tiny memory card. Soon each microSD memory card will also contain an olBi app, designed to simplify student training using symbols and colors. It includes a reporting function to monitor the student’s progress. It will remind them to listen to a lesson and take them back to the exact spot they were studying. Please join us in praying for more writers, translators, video producers and olBi team members. Pray for God’s anointing on presenters as lessons are recorded in each language. Currently, courses are being translated into eight languages with several more projects being planned. — Paul and Barbara Parks, AGWM missionaries serving with olBi
Pray with us that the lost souls of the Dominican Republic would begin to find what it is to have a sincere relationship with Christ.
This week in Haiti, a 5.9 magnitude earthquake claimed the lives of 17 people and injured nearly 200. Join us as we cover this nation in prayer.
Pray for the Utsat people today, a Muslim minority group located on the southernmost tip of tropical Hainan Island. There has not been a known believer to come from this minority group, nor are there any known Christian resources available to them.
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