Pray with us
Your prayers are the catalysts our ministries need to do their work. As they work under the pressures of persecution and hardship, they rely on your intersession. This is a place where you can stay up to date on a ministry’s specific prayer requests. We value your time as you lift up these ministries to God. Thank you for praying!
Your prayers are the catalysts our ministries need to do their work. As they work under the pressures of persecution and hardship, they rely on your intercession. This is a place where you can stay up to date on a ministry’s specific prayer requests. We value your time as you lift up these ministries to God. Thank you for praying!
September 18, 2018
Praise for the three disciple making trainings that were recently held in West Africa. Please pray that all who were trained will pass that along to new disciples.
September 17, 2018
Our Area Director in the Mekong area is retiring in the coming weeks. Please keep his transition in your prayers, especially as we search for a replacement.
September 16, 2018
Pray for all of the children that were impacted by the summer camps hosted by Camp Adonai in Central Asia. Pray that they would remain strong in their faith.
September 15, 2018
Pray for the National Consultation taking place in South Asia in February. Pray that attendance would be great, and many would be reached with the Good News.
September 14, 2018
Pray for the East Asia area, as several ministries are in need of more financial support. Pray that more partners would join in their work to help with funding.
September 13, 2018
Continue to pray for the Global Women’s Initiative to have clarity and funding for the trainings they would like to accomplish in this new fiscal year.
September 11, 2018
Please continue to lift up Jane, one of our workers in the Mekong. She continues to suffer from serious health problems and was recently hospitalized for a week.
September 10, 2018
Continue to lift up the economic and political turmoil in Sudan and South Sudan. Pray for peace and openness to the Gospel where there currently is none.
September 9, 2018
Pray for more church planters to rise up in Indonesia to witness to their people. There is so much need, and not nearly enough people to meet it.
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General Ministry Fund – Living Gospel Ethiopia
The vision of Living Gospel Ethiopia is to see biblical, contextual churches planted among unreached people in Ethiopia and to see churches empowered and individuals mentored for spiritual growth in missions outreach. After 10 years of working with the ministry on a project basis and seeing the impact of this ministry and the growing scope to move beyond training, Partners International made this a full partner in July 2016. The focus of our partnership is to mobilize and develop leaders to effectively do church planting among Ethiopia’s unreached people groups.
General Ministry Fund – Shepherd’s Call, Central Asia
The mission is to promote a physically healthy, emotionally rich, and spiritually developed future generation of Central Asian believers. Their vision is to bring Jesus into the homes of children all over Central Asia and to see the Body of Christ growing and multiplying.
Help in the here and now, hope for eternity. Holistic ministry – reaching out to the “whole” person, physically and spiritually – is our partners' key strategy for evangelism in the hardest to reach, least-Christian places. Not just because Christian compassion demands it, but because it is how Jesus approached His own ministry.
General Ministry Fund – West Africa
Our partners in West Africa are church-planting ministries focused on sharing Christ with Muslims and unreached tribal groups including the Dagomba, Ligby, Tuareg, and Wolof. We also support holistic projects that address the tremendous humanitarian needs in the region and demonstrate the love of God. While we assist a variety of projects, we also believe that developing the core of the Church—its leaders—and helping ministries increase their own income-generating capacity are essential to the health of the West African Church in the future.