Pray with Us
Prayer is our most powerful tool in bringing the light of the Gospel to the least reached. We have several resources to help you in your prayers for those on the leading edge of mission, and to help your prayers for the people they serve.
Once a year, we produce a directory of our field members, board members and staff, complete with descriptions of their ministries and prayer requests for the year. You can pray through the prayer directory monthly as part of your daily prayer time.
Our monthly Stories from the Field newsletter is exactly what it says on the tin: stories we’ve heard recently from our folks on the field, and prayer requests to help you know how to pray. Sign up for Stories from the Field by clicking below.
Our prayer coordinator constantly has her ear to the ground and is ready to pass along urgent prayer requests at a moment’s notice. She also compiles a list of up-to-date prayer requests from our field members’ newsletters once or twice a month. To register your interest in receiving our regular prayer emails, click below.
Operation World is widely regarded as the definitive volume of prayer information about the world. Available as a book, a website, or an email update, get prayer information for a new country each day.
Prayercast uses video and other technologies to facilitate and encourage prayer in personal devotions, prayer meetings, church services and conferences.
Praying for Your
by Eddie Byun
How to Pray
by Pete Grieg
Other Books on Prayer
Teach Me to Pray by Andrew Murray
I Love Prayer by Rachel Hickson
God on Mute by Pete Greig
Prayer Works by Brother Andrew
The Papa Prayer by Larry Crabb
The Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence
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