20 JANUARY 2020
Please Join Us Today in Prayer
We believe in the power of prayer to heal sickness, to provide for families, to surround believers with a hedge of protection, and to change lives for the better. God’s Word tells us that all believers can go boldly unto the throne of grace in times of need, whether those needs be our own or those of others. Please join us in praying for others around the world.
Who We’re Praying For Today
Nepal: The adoption of a new, restrictive constitution has led to an increase in arrests of Christians for praying and even talking about Christianity. Pray for courage as believers live out their faith.
India: Pray for Pastor Pol and his family, who were brutally assaulted by a mob last month in Bagwala village, located in India’s Uttarakhand state. The attack left the pastor’s father, mother, brother, and wife severely injured. Pastor Pol was away on a ministry visit when the attack took place, so the mob turned their fury on the pastor’s family. According to Pastor Pol, the mob broke into his family’s home and beat his father, mother, wife, and 10-year-old brother. Read more on International Christian Concern.
NEPAL: THIS IS WHO GOD IS
A conversation with Michael Huff, who was leader of Operation Mobilization (OM) in Nepal and is now based in the US helping to mobilize Christians to take the gospel all over the world. Michael discusses how OM is working to raise up Christian workers and evangelists in Nepal, as well as some of the lessons Nepali Christians have taught him during his years of ministry there.
CHRISTIANS TREK TO MOUNTAINS TO BURY THEIR DEAD
INDIA: GOD AT WORK IN OUR NATION
An interview with Pastor Kumar from the All India Christian Council, who discusses the increase in Christian persecution in India. Kumar also discusses the “anti-conversion” laws, as well as sharing his own experience of persecution and death threats as he shared the gospel.
MOHAN: A PERSECUTED BELIEVER FROM INDIA
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