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"The Power of Prayer: How Important is it Today?"

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What is prayer and why do we pray? It might sound like a silly question, but have you ever felt like your prayers have become nothing more than a checkmark in a box of “to-do’s?” I have. Prayer can become rote or routine like so many other aspects of our Christian life. What about those prayers you promise to offer up to God on another’s behalf? How many times have you said it but didn’t follow through?


We all have moments when we forget the power of prayer. We forget how important it is today for our lives. Paul tells us in Ephesians 6 that prayer is a weapon against the enemy's schemes and helps us persevere. He entreats us to pray for each other at all times.


We are undoubtedly facing challenging times. The beautiful country that we call Ukraine is becoming more devastated by the day. After two years of war, the harvest is great, and the workers are weary.


For fellow believers, whose calling it is to minister across oceans in an increasingly unstable world, your prayers are not just meaningful, they are vital. We need the saints of God on their knees interceding for us and our partners. Here are a few prayer prompts you can take to the Lord on our behalf.


  • Pray for the Church Leaders in Ukraine who grow increasingly weary as they struggle to meet the needs of the vulnerable while keeping their hearts hopeful.


  • Pray for the people of Ukraine, as the country grows more unstable, that they will seek God, find healing from the trauma, and find peace.


  • Pray for our staff that God will give us supernatural wisdom and discernment as we determine how we can best serve the vulnerable and the broken.


We are so grateful that you are a part of our ministry. Your loving gifts help us continue to impact the lives of the vulnerable and broken in East-Central Europe. Thank you for your sacrificial gifts and your faithful prayers for us.

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