Can you give a few minutes each day during Ramadan to pray for the people who live on China’s Silk Road?

Join people around the world in praying for God’s grace to fill this region.

This printable prayer guide has cultural information about these beautiful people, and daily prayer points to help us to pray for them.

Ramadan prayer meeting printable

Ramadan Prayer meeting powerpoint

Could you encourage your church or prayer group to pray for China’s Silk Road during Ramadan?

These prayer guides have stories from local people, prayer meeting ideas, and easy to use prayer points.

Use an entire guide for a whole prayer meeting, or choose just one section for a short “prayer slot”.

Meet some of the people who call this region home

along the Silk Road

China’s impressive Belt and Road Initiative

China road

How could your skills be used to bless this region?

Learning Chinese calligraphy

Have you ever wondered how you could bless people at the “Ends of the Earth”? Parts of China’s Silk Road regions are further from the sea than anywhere else on earth. We believe prayer is one of the greatest ways we can bless people in our world. And that’s especially true for those who are furthest away from us.

Can you take our five day prayer challenge, and see how God answers as you engage with Him in prayer?

Five days of prayer for the Silk Road

Stories from the Silk Road

“My Cup Overflows” – Psalm 23:5

In the book of Isaiah, heaven is described as “a feast of rich food for all peoples” (25:6). Some cultures do their very best to recreate this extravagant hospitality on earth. You Prepare a Table for Me “Boldi, boldi,” Amangul says impatiently to her mom. I look at Amangul blankly. When she’s with her mother, [...]

Through the Darkest Valley – Psalm 23:4

Pain and heartache arrive in most of our lives at some point. May God be our hope for the future in the face of trauma and broken relationships. How much longer? My sister is crying again. She hardly makes a sound. There’s just the silent shaking of bony shoulders, and tears rolling down a pale [...]

“In Green Pastures” – Psalm 23:2

Wherever we live, our lives are punctuated by rhythms of work, and of rest. But, even if our bodies are resting, our souls may still be burdened by many worries. Rest Time “回来咯” Mr Ma calls out, “I’m back.” Only silence answers. The room is strewn with dishes and toys. An abandoned bowl of rice [...]

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want

This Ramadan, we have asked different friends to share short reflections with us, all on our theme of Psalm 23. This is a very special moment in history, when the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting our lives and shaking our confidence. What does God have to say to us through this Psalm for our lives, right here, [...]

My Father’s Sheep

“It’s the one with the white ear...” I ask anxiously. But my brother, Maksat, is already hurrying up the path to the next yurt. “We haven’t seen your sheep,” the man at the door answers gruffly. Despite his tone of voice, I know he will spread word to all the families in our valley. Sheep [...]

Two Dollars

马文凯, MaWenKai came home last night. He’s been my husband for seven years, and in all that time he’s never held down a job for more than six months. He travelled to the north-east for work. He was supposed to come back with a bank card full of money. Lots of people from our area [...]

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