Pray Daily

Pray Daily delivers a daily glimpse of what God is doing around the world. Intercede for the nations as you lift up requests and praise God for answered prayers. This personal prayer guide is sure to be a great addition to your daily prayer time.
  • WORLD LEADER - “Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence” (1 Timothy 2:1-2).

    Please pray for Prime Minister Pavel Filip of Moldova (Eastern Europe, northeast of Romania).

  • PEOPLES OF NORTHERN ZAMBIA - "This season of dryness, with no rain, means that people are preparing their fields for planting," writes the Northern Evangelism Team. "Pray that as they work, the Lord will give them a vision for the future of the Taabwa (tah-BWAH) people. When people prepare for the coming year's planting every year, pray that the Holy Spirit will use their knowledge of farming to increase their desire for evangelism and seed sowing in the hearts of their fellow people. Pray that the Lord will be glorified in every aspect of their ministry. We always want to follow the Lord's leadership in everything we do. Pray that we will always keep that in the forefront of our minds. Pray against a drought in ministry and evangelism."

    -- Monday, August 29, 2016
  • SUSU OF GUINEA (SOO-soo) - It has been over a year since Pedro* and Lily* retired and left Guinea. The Susu believers are feeling their absence. Please pray that they will find that God is sufficient to meet all of their needs. Pray that they will encourage each other and continue to grow in their faith. (*names changed)

    -- Monday, August 29, 2016
  • MIR OF COLOMBIA - Early in the morning, you can hear the "chop, chop" of the machete cutting grass. The women of the Mir community work together, maintaining the area around the houses and the community center called the "maloka." National missionary Tania* joins the Mir women in her community service. In the first weeks, Tania's hands were full of blisters as she learned the art of using a machete, but she shares with joy that she is learning how to use the machete better and, more importantly, the women are accepting her presence and work among them. Please lift up Tania and her husband, John*. Pray that the Mir people will accept not only their presence in the community, but also the gospel stories they are beginning to share. (*names changed)
    brenlar@kastanet.org

    -- Monday, August 29, 2016
  • SRI LANKA - As is true is many places, prejudice is one of the endemic traits of the culture in Sri Lanka. Christians in Sri Lanka are all too often given to a prejudice that can keep them from sharing the gospel with the Muslim community. This could be referred to as "the animosity of the bad potato." Something as simple as a Muslim shopkeeper sneaking bad produce into a bag could be the trigger that keeps the gospel buried. Pray that the Father's children will see things like this as an indicator of the overwhelming need to share His story. Ask that they will trust the Father's wisdom and power to share and overcome their prejudices.

    -- Monday, August 29, 2016
  • CENTRAL ASIAN PEOPLES - During the month of September, the peoples of Asia Minor will celebrate a four-day holiday that they call the "Holiday of Sacrifice." It is a time for people to remember God's provision to Abraham in the place of his son, and animals will be sold, sacrificed, and shared with the poor to earn the favor of God through a good work. As people contemplate "sacrifice," pray for them to acknowledge their sin and their need for a Savior. Pray for them to understand that Jesus completed the only good work necessary for salvation through His death on the cross.
    centralasianpeople@gmail.com

    -- Monday, August 29, 2016
  • MOUNTAIN RIVER XYZ OF EAST ASIA - Workers serving among the Mountain River XYZ write: "Praise the Lord that last month, three people decided to follow Jesus! Thank Him for the help of short-term teams and college students who came and ministered alongside us this summer, as well as two young adults who partnered with us for six months and one year! Pray that we will continue to put on compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience, and ask that we will grow in holiness as imitators of Christ so the local brothers and sisters can be imitators of us (see 1 Corinthians 11:1). Pray for wisdom, grace, and help from the Father as we seek to parent, instruct, train, and discipline our children in the ways of the Lord while living cross-culturally."
    eastasiaprayer@pobox.com

    -- Monday, August 29, 2016
  • WASSULU OF MALI, GUINEA AND COTE D’IVOIRE (WAH-soo-loo) - For years, Radio Wassulu has been an ongoing part of a multifaceted plan to share the gospel among the Wassulu people and their neighbors. Broadcast from the Wassulu's cultural-center village, "Yarborough," only the Lord truly knows just how far the programming is reaching into the region. Workers have been encouraged, and simply amazed at times, at how God has worked through the sharing of Bible stories over the airwaves into village courtyards seemingly hidden in the bush regions of Mali. Most recently, workers among the Wassulu were contacted by someone in the village of "Garfield" with news of those who want to follow Christ after listening to the Bible stories on Radio Wassulu over a period of time. They also made a request for memory cards with more stories and guidance from the Word so they could grow in their understanding of God's teachings. Praise the Lord for working in the village of "Garfield," where Truth had found a home in no hearts before now! Pray that the workers will have physical access to "Garfield" as soon as possible so they may personally assess and see what God is doing in this village. Pray for the hearts of those drawn to the gospel in "Garfield," asking that they will continue to grow in their walk as followers of Christ.
    wassuluprayeradvocates@gmail.com

    -- Monday, August 29, 2016
 

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