World Prayer Today

Creative tools for creative access

August 24, 2018

While almost half the population professes to be Christians, let’s pray today for Muslim Javanese people who make up a large (35%) group of those living in Suriname who may not have heard the name of Jesus Christ.

Continue Reading

Going deeper in Guatemala

August 21, 2018

Isn’t it wonderful the way God uses His Word to produce the exact fruit in our lives to meet our need? Two emails from Guatemala prove this to be true.

Continue Reading

Raising teenagers?

August 17, 2018

Today we have the privilege of introducing you to a faithful family who listens to Thru the Bible from their home in Botswana, Africa.

Continue Reading

Truly, Christ transforms

August 16, 2018

“Truly, Christ transforms.” That’s the message we hear today as our World Prayer Team meets with a listener in Mali who is eager to share His story.

Continue Reading

“God uses us in ways we might never imagine.”

August 15, 2018

“Sometimes it seems like our efforts are in vain, but take heart—God uses us in ways we might never imagine.” That’s the encouragement we receive today as our World Prayer journey brings us to Guinea Bissau, Africa, where we meet with a listener who is excited to tell us the rest of his story.

Continue Reading

Pouring tea and truth in Madagascar

August 14, 2018

Welcome to World Prayer Today where our travels take us to a small town in northern Madagascar to meet a faithful sister in Christ who has committed her life and her tea shop to the glory of the Lord.

Continue Reading

Good news from Malawi

August 13, 2018

“A mile wide and an inch deep…” That’s how many people characterize the growth of Christianity in Africa, because there’s a shortage of trained pastors and church leaders.

Continue Reading

On the right bus?

August 10, 2018

“I want to express my abundant joy about our joint efforts in the Lord. Let me tell you about an experience I had ...."

Continue Reading

Sharing by “word of mouse” in Serbia

August 08, 2018

Some call social networking “word of mouse.” But despite the funny name, its popularity in Eastern Europe is having an impact for God. For example, several Thru the Bible listeners are sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with their friends.

Continue Reading

Survivors and outcasts … pray for the Romani

August 06, 2018

Their names are as mysterious as their origins: Often called the Roma or the Romani people, they're also known as Gitanos in Spain, Kale in Finland and Portugal, Manush or Gitan in France, and Travelers in Scandinavia. But almost everywhere they go, they're referred to—usually scornfully—as gypsies.

Continue Reading