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From the first day with Hudson Taylor reaching to God in prayer for “24 willing and skillful workers” to the daily sustaining of your friend serving on the other side of the globe, God’s advances are tied to the prayers of his people. Prayer is foundational. Crucial. Powerful. Here are some key ways to pray with us:
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The Task Unfinished is first and foremost a call to prayer. As Dr. Patrick Fung reflects on The Task Unfinished: We not only pray that East Asia’s peoples may hear the good news of Jesus in all its fullness, but we also need to pray for ourselves that our lives and character reflect the good […]
Billions of East Asians are living without the hope of Christ. Millions of them will go their entire lives without ever hearing the gospel, encountering a Christian church or meeting a single believer. Unfortunately, just 1 out of 40 missionaries serves where the majority of unreached people groups live. There is immense need for the […]
You, God, are my God, earnestly I seek you; I thirst for you, my whole being longs for you, in a dry and parched land where there is no water. -Psalm 63:1 PRAY FOR THE SHAN. This month, join with intercessors praying for breakthrough among the 6 million Buddhist Shan people of Myanmar, Thailand and Southwest China. […]
In this reflection, the late Dr. Jim Taylor (1929-2009), Hudson Taylor’s great grandson, looked back on 200 years of God’s faithfulness to his family. God’s grace in our family goes back nine generations. Over these years we have learned many lessons: the influence of decisions, the power of prayer, experiencing God’s faithfulness in preparation for service, getting one’s […]
The Hui people, numbering 10-14 million in China, are one of the 10 ethnic groups living along China’s Silk Road. Below, the employer of a young Hui woman observes the tension faced by some Hui young adults as they search for personal identity while navigating family expectations. “I’m leaving.” It wasn’t a promising start to […]
We’ve spent this month praying for China’s Silk Road People, but what exactly is the Silk Road? What events make up the ancient fibers contained within its “living tapestry of cultures”? The Silk Road, or roads, more appropriately, was a major source of cultural, economic and political exchange from the time of China’s Han Dynasty […]
Despite the ban imposed on them by authorities in August, local believers from a province in central Laos continued to meet for worship and read their Bibles. As a result, Lao Christians in Khammouane Province have received threats of imprisonment, according to a report released by Radio Free Asia (RFA) on September 10, 2015. The […]
“Speak up for those cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy” -Proverbs 31:18-19 Sherry* grew up in a devout Buddhist and Daoist family in Taiwan. She and her parents visited the nearby temple on a regular basis. During […]