Intercession is a journey into the presence of God. Long for God's kingdom to come and for his will to be done as you lift up the names of the peoples of Central Asia.
Week of Prayer for International Missions is an opportunity for churches to join in prayer for the work of missionaries who take the gospel to people in cities and extreme places. It’s also a time to reflect on giving to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering® that supports them.
The Caucasus Mountains — located between the Black and Caspian Seas — are largely unknown to the praying world. Yet within these vast and beautiful mountains, some of the earth’s most unreached peoples live in oppressive spiritual darkness. Enter into God’s redemptive plan for the Caucasus by praying for the people between the seas.
Hear the heart of a prayerwalking volunteer as she shares about her preparation and purpose in praying for Central Asian people where they live. See from her eyes the sights and sounds of a Central Asian city in need of prayer.
In the 10th century, Tatars converted to Islam. Six centuries later, the Muslim Tatar people suffered atrocities “in the name of Jesus” at the hands of Ivan the Terrible. That dark period of Tatar history continues to be an obstacle to the gospel after more than 500 years. Join in prayer and fasting on April 26.
February 04, 2016
Central Asian Peoples Communication Team "Our team assists the Central Asian peoples affinity group each month with what we call 'CA Day.' This is a day towards the end of each month in which we highlight a story on our website of what God is doing in different areas of this affinity group. We push the story out on the affinity group's newsletter and social media accounts, and ask the affinity group to do the same with their prayer partners. The goal is to get the stories in front of the largest number of people who will join in a united prayer effort for those ministries and for the affinity group as a whole. Pray that these prayer emphases will come before the eyes of many intercessors around the world. Pray that many will come to understand the realities and challenges of ministry among Central Asian peoples and be moved to pray, give, and go."
Behind the Ottoman glory, behind the gleaming waters of the Bosporus, and behind the postcards, the neighborhoods of Istanbul are in desperate need of the Gospel. Learn about twelve of Istanbul’s districts and pray for God to work for His glory in Istanbul’s neighborhoods.
Women serving in Central Asia invite you into their world, sharing with you some of the issues and deep hurts revealed when women gather around a steaming pot of tea. This booklet includes a guide to hosting a prayer tea.