Compassion and prayer go hand-in-hand. It’s unsettling and disheartening to see the never-ending needs in an ever-changing world – and we are commanded to pray. Simply pray.
We are excited that we have put together a 26-week prayer guide to unite us in praying together. Each week we will outline a ministry/project we are involved with, and hope you would take a few minutes each week to pray as you read specifically for these ministries.
OM Mercy Teams International’s primary school in the Japanese Well Village presently provides education with an emphasis on the Christian faith for over 150 children.
We have celebrated 20 years of the Iron Curtain falling and the movement toward human rights and freedom of religion in the Balkans which includes Kosovo.
The term “Global South” is used (by the UN, for instance) to refer to the countries that used to be called “Developing Nations”.
The Rohingya people are a displaced people group living in the northern Rakhine province of Myanmar (Burma).
Malawi boasts of the highest percentage of Muslims in southern Africa especially within the Yao people. The Yao naturally embraced Islam and to be born a Yao is to be born a Muslim.
Our Bible Correspondence Course (BCC) seeks to bring the gospel to all the people of Turkey, and to use broad sowing to help churches and church planters find seekers near them.
A brutal civil war lasting 26 years tore apart the beautiful island nation of Sri Lanka that lies across the southern tip of India.
Our teams and individuals have been praying for and serving among the people of Yemen, seeking to introduce people to Jesus Christ and serve both local and migrant populations.