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And he said to them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.
Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.

– Luke 10:2

 

Recent Prayers

  • Rebecca Lackey
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    Pray for strength, wisdom and energy for me as I teach and work in the dorm at Hebron School – and that God would bring new staff to fill many vacant positions.

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  • Rebecca Lackey
    Pray for Anna, a student at our school, whose family was in a tragic car accident in which her father and aunt were killed and her mother seriously injured. Pray that God would heal her mother and comfort Anna in this time of grief.

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  • Rebecca Lackey
    Pray for Vincent. As he seeks for truth and searches for peace and meaning in his life, may he find it only in Jesus Christ.

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  • WMPL
    Pray for the preparation and sending out of workers equipped for the oral culture of the Shepherds and their particular religious and nomadic way of life.

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  • WMPL
    Ask the Lord of the harvest to prepare and send forth more Christian laborers to live and work among the Sea Gypsies of the Philippines.

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Recent Stories

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Enrollment Increases to 2,150

Pray with Pastor Matthew Riak and the students of St. Luke’s Primary School in Adjumani, Uganda. We are now expecting the parents to pay the salaries for EIGHT teachers since enrollment has increased to 2,150 and the UN can only provide FIFTEEN teachers.
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Hope

I recently had a phone call from a member of my first AA addiction group. After seven years ‘Wambui’ is still sober and is helping others reach sobriety. We talked at great length and she related how, after four failed attempts at inpatient rehab, my AA meetings and Jesus were what rescued her from alcohol addiction. She said “Julia, you gave me hope, hope that I had never had. Do you know how many people ... [Continue Reading]
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A Wrong Turn to a Divine Appointment

Christmas break has suddenly come to an end and the dorm hallways, which have been silent and empty for weeks, are again filled with screams, shouts, laughter, and running feet. I was blessed to be able to spend Christmas break traveling around Nepal and a bit of Delhi with friends from school. It was a beautiful, educational, fun, yet at times exhausting journey. I was finally able to fulfill my dream of trekking in the Himalayas as ... [Continue Reading]
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Recent Articles

Non-Indebtedness

“It is the Prayer League way to pray. Do we feel the need for financial support? We pray. Do we anticipate the need for goods or equipment, travel or training, project support or other material supplies? We pray again. We believe ourselves called to pray for the needs of the Mission and its workers, and to trust in God to provide as he designs.” (Handbook, ¶127) The World Mission Prayer League has practiced non-indebtedness since ... [Continue Reading]
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Introducing the Mission Handbook

For many, many decades, a Handbook has circulated at the center of our missionary community. The document describes who we are, what we do, where we do it, and why. It is the accumulated testimony of our shared allegiances, core values, and the fundamental strategies that guide our missionary obedience – a repository of our collective worldview. If we were Roman Catholics, we would call it our “rule.” If we were a troop of girl ... [Continue Reading]

Annual Report 2014

In 2014 God provided the World Mission Prayer League with more than $2.6 million in regular day-to-day donations – mostly through donors like you. It was the highest operating income we have ever had. More than 1,300 individuals contributed nearly $1.2 million, while 185 congregations contributed nearly $1 million more. Other contributions came from Bible study and fellowship groups, the Thrivent Choice® program, and donor-advised investment funds. In addition to regular contributions such as these, ... [Continue Reading]
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Highlighted Opportunities

Medical and Administrative Personnel at Christian Hospital Tank

Christian Hospital Tank is a 77 bed hospital with Male and Female Out-Patient units, Male and Female General wards and Surgical wards, a Labor and Delivery Room, three operating theaters, X-ray and Laboratory facilities, a Pharmacy, Hospital stores, and a Physical Therapy Center which is configured to treat women privately.

Location: Pakistan
Start Date: Immediately
Duration: Long-Term & Short-Term
Requirements/Preferences: This hospital works optimally with six physicians, four registered nurses, a pharmacist, laboratory and X-ray technicians, and many Practical nurses.  See website for currents staff needs.
Partner/Project: Christian Hospital Tank

Interested? Pray. Inquire.

Mental Health Professionals

Develop and staff a Mental Health Training Centre for the professional treatment of the mentally ill according to evidence-based standards and the mental health training (theoretical and practical) of medical professionals.

Specific needs:
1. Clinical Psychologist Trainer
2. Psychiatrist Trainer
3. Mental Health Nurse Trainer/Consultant

Location: Central Asia
Start Date: 07/30/2014
Duration: Long-Term, Short-Term
Partner/Project
Partner/Project Website

Interested? Pray. Inquire.

Hospital Manager – Nepal

Do you want to use your health management skills to serve the poor and marginalised? You’ll be responsible for managing one of INF’s major medical institutions and for the training of Nepali staff. This will include establishing and implementing international best-practice standards for clinical care, financial management and staff development, so that those with a disability in Nepal’s Western Region can access the health services that they need.

Location: Nepal
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: Long-Term
Partner/Project International Nepal Fellowship
Partner/Project Website http://www.inf.org

Interested? Pray. Inquire.

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