The entire Christian life is about getting involved. God in heaven gets involved with his wonderful (and fallen) creation. Jesus gets involved in making things right. People get involved in the heaven-remade life that Jesus alone makes possible. And then Jesus’ followers carry on. They, themselves, become involved in sharing His life with the world. That’s where you come in. That’s where you belong. We are glad that you are here. Will you join us?
We aim … to equip the church and its members for involvement in the mission of god, directly and in creative partnerships around the world. We hope to catalyze wider missionary vision, deeper missionary surrender, greater and more adventurous missionary service everywhere. – Handbook, 164
Interested? Find out more about WMPL membership.
The following roadmap is intended simply as a guide on your way toward deeper involvement with the Prayer League and, more so, the greater mission of God in this world. It is not an exhaustive list of involvement opportunities. Nor is it a checklist of chores and tasks to be done. It is, simply, our hands reaching to yours, that we might walk alongside one another in this faith work. Above all, remember Jesus. May He be your Guide now and every day. Our prayers are with all in the harvest fields.
MEMBERSHIP ROAD MAP COMING SOON.
We are a praying "league", a community of men and women who are committed to prayer as a key methodology for advancing the Gospel of Christ. Prayer is the working method of our mission. (Handbook, 18)
Please, join us in praying for the work of the Gospel in our world. Visit the Pray Now site, where you can view current prayer requests from fellow workers and other WMPL praying members, download praying resources, such as Together in Prayer and the Prayer Directory, and access other prayer resources. What are you waiting for? Pray Now.
We believe that God has called all Christians everywhere to involvement in his mission in the world. Each one has a role to play. Through its Personnel and Regional Offices, the Prayer League seeks to help its members to hear that call and to discover their place of maximum participation.
- Handbook, 71