“For though I am free from all, I have made myself a servant to all, that I might win more of them … I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some.”  – 1 Corinthians 9:19, 22b

“Every true disciple is born into the kingdom of God as a missionary.” – Desire of Ages, 195

HEART QUESTION:

Missionary work, evangelism, these are not fields of service reserved only for the pastor or trained evangelist. Every believer, in whose heart Jesus dwells through the Spirit, is called to shine a light in this world through words of truth and actions of love.

Why not ask Christ right now to show you who and where your mission field is today? Plead for genuine compassion for lost souls and the courage to share your faith with love to the people in your sphere of influence.

PRAISE REPORTS:

  • Makoba Family: “The 100 Days of Prayer have been a good experience for us as a family. Although the situation around us seems fearful, as a family we are taking this period to recommit our lives to Jesus by following the 100 Days of Prayer program seriously.”
  • The ‘One Year in Mission’ youth team in Guwahati, India, was able to reach hundreds of Hindus with the health message just prior to the Covid-19 lock down.

PRAYER REQUESTS:

  • Pray for clarity as to what God’s mission for you is where you are at right now. Pray that God will help you to be faithful in sharing Christ with the people around you through your words, actions and conduct.
  • Pray for all Adventist Hospitals as they have many needs during this crisis. Pray that the doctors and nurses and staff are empowered by the Holy Spirit to be witnesses to their patients.
  • Pray for the church’s ‘Life Hope Centers’ around the world to be a beacon of light during these dark days.
  • Pray for major cities in your territory and for God to give us a breakthrough in reaching the people in these places.
  • Pray for frontline missionaries, especially in the 10/40 window who are seeking to bring Jesus into communities that have been ruled by Satan for thousands of years.
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