World Prayer Today

You can make a difference

March 01, 2019

Nestled in the heart of Central America is the beautiful and troubled country of Guatemala. But despite the poverty, violence, drug trafficking, and political troubles, we hear very good news from listeners who live here.

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Our prayer destination: Belize

February 25, 2019

What do you know about Belize that you didn’t learn from severe hurricane warnings or from travel brochures? Those are the predominant ways the world thinks of this small nation wedged between Mexico and the Caribbean Sea.

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A nation coming out of seclusion

February 19, 2019

Myanmar is a nation divided in extremes between modern and ancient, wealthy and impoverished, educated and illiterate, Buddhist (90%) and Christian (10%, thanks to early missionary heritage).

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How does a nation heal?

February 18, 2019

How does a nation heal from generations of tyranny and abuse? Answer: Slowly. Cambodia’s scarred past from atrocities like those committed by the Khmer Rouge, when over two million Khmer people—nearly a quarter of Cambodia’s current population—were executed in a four-year span called the “Killing Fields.”

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Praying for the isolated

February 14, 2019

“Even in my loneliness I know God can use me. I praise Him for showing me that.” That’s the encouraging word we receive today from a listener in Hungary.

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The true Greek tragedy

February 12, 2019

A financial meltdown, a flooding of refugees, and the overwhelming growth of the human traffic trade are a few of the many issues facing the people of Greece today. Yet despite these tragedies, many believe the root of the despair and hopelessness that many Greeks feel today is the lack of God’s truth in their lives.

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More wind-up radios, please

February 07, 2019

Today as we pray across Africa, we visit with a man in Angola named Urial who heard the gospel for the first time on a wind-up radio, and now he wants more!

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