October 22, 2017 Amy Reasoner

How To Pray For the Lost in Eurasia (And in Your Own Community)

What do you think is the most important way to be a part of the Eurasia Community?

Here on the blog, we often talk about four important ways you can contribute to our big dream of establishing church-planting movements among every single people group throughout Eurasia. The four ways you can help are to:

Of course, we need people doing each one of these things, and part of following Jesus is being willing to obey in whatever He calls us to do, no matter what sort of sacrifice that means for us.

The reality is that God will not call every single one of us to physically go to Eurasia.

Most of us, of course, can give, and advocate for ministry in Eurasia.

But every single one of us can pray.

Sometimes, though, we need a little help knowing what to pray for, and establishing a consistent routine of doing so.

That’s where the Eurasia prayer challenges come in.

It’s super easy to sign up for a prayer challenge with Eurasia community. Just go here and fill out your information, and we’ll send updates and ways to pray straight to your inbox every day for month.

I don’t know about you, but I sure could use that reminder.

My oldest son is in a fall baseball league, and while talking with other parents on the sidelines, I recently discovered that one of his teammates is being raised in a Buddhist home.

So I’m going over to the prayer challenge page today to sign up for the prayer challenge for Bhutan, a small, predominantly Buddhist nation in Southern Asia. As I get the updates every day, I’m going to pray for the lost and our workers in Bhutan, and also for my son’s friend and his family.

Want to join me?

You can sign up for a Eurasia prayer challenge anytime here. (There are also challenges for Nepal, Islands, Israel, and Eurasia Northwest.) Thanks for your prayers, and thanks so much for being a part of this community. We couldn’t do this without you.

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