Dramatic church growth has taken place in this region as the Holy Spirit ignites a passion for the lost among believers.
Brazil is marked by a vibrant, burgeoning Pentecostal church. But there is still much to be done in this enormous country.
Access to Shuar villages is difficult, but efforts to share the gospel among them are bearing fruit.
The Lord is doing incredible things throughout Ethiopia. As more people are being reached with the gospel, our churches need more space. This means AGWM’s Urban Tribes church in Addis Ababa needs a new building. Please join us in praying for God to provide a new space.
Pray for a blossoming AGWM outreach in the Solomon Islands, just northeast of Australia. A request has been issued for missionaries to train pastors, plant churches, and engage in community development.
Pray for continued openness to the gospel in the diverse nations that make up AGWM’s Eurasia region. In a number of relationships, questions are being asked about Jesus and the Bible. May our workers have wisdom as they speak the words of Jesus to people hungry for truth.
What a challenge to consider the task of reaching 18,000 students in Salzburg. Alongside the need for more workers, increased provision, and more partners to pray, give and go, must be the recognition that God is the most important part. It is a holy tension and one that we all must wrestle with in either anxiety or peace. We know we have work to do, and God says He will do it. Believe with us that God will do great things in Austria, in us, and in our partners. — Alan and Michelle Ambrose, AGWM missionaries to Austria
Pray for Royal Rangers International as they work in nearly 100 nations to provide exciting opportunities for boys and girls to discover a personal relationship with Jesus, and to provide opportunities for children to grow in Christ spiritually, physically, mentally and socially.
Pray with us that God will continue to effectively use the missionaries and ministries fighting to put an end to human trafficking in Latin America Caribbean.
The Dong of southwest China are a musical people. In courtship, at festivals, and even as a sign of friendship between neighboring villages, they celebrate with songs, bamboo pipes, and stringed instruments. Pray that the beautiful music of the gospel reaches their ears!