March 27, 2017 Amy Reasoner

How Year4Eurasia Can Help You Pray

If you’ve been following us for very long here at Eurasia Community, you know that our ultimate goal is a church-planting movement realized among every single people group in the entire region of Eurasia. That’s really the only reason we do any of this: we want to see the lost in Eurasia come to the saving knowledge of Jesus.

As a part of this community, there are things we ask you to do from time to time, including giving to important causes, and prayerfully considering coming to Eurasia yourself. But something that we all can do—the most important thing we can do—is to pray.

An entire arm of the Eurasia Community is dedicated to the important work of encouraging and helping you pray for Eurasia. Did you know that we have all kinds of free resources for people, groups, and churches who will commit to praying for Eurasia?

Take the slide above, for example. You can download that for free at Year4Eurasia to help the people in your church, Bible study, or small group know how to pray for the people of Eurasia. Only 1.2% of people in Sri Lanka are Evangelical Christians according to the slide above.

I don’t know about you, but realizing that as many as 98% of Sri Lankan people could need a personal encounter with Jesus makes me want to get on my knees and intercede for them right now.

You can search the whole database of resources available at Year4Eurasia here. Or you could simply commit to praying for Eurasia for the entire year, and we’ll guide you through praying for different people groups, a week at a time. Can you imagine what kind of a difference it would make if your small group committed to praying for those people for the next year? Your prayers could literally change the world.

And please, would you pray with us? We want to see the people in Eurasia come to Jesus. Thank you so much for your prayers. We couldn’t do this without YOU.

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