World Mission Prayer Topics

    

PRAYERS FOR THE WORLD

“You ought to live holy and godly lives as you look forward to the day of God.” (2 Peter 3:11b-12a)

General Prayer Topics

(1) Living holy and godly lives looking forward to the Day of God;
(2) Evangelization of all the cities and campuses of the world by raising 100,000 Bible teachers and missionaries in this generation;
(3) Raising many long-term and short-term missionaries through the 2018 ISBC;

Prayer Topics for Continental Regions

Africa
(1) Growth of native leaders in stewardship and leadership to prepare 2017 African regional conferences;
(2) Reconciliation and peace to South Sudan (director: Padiet Deng);
(3) Growth of Egypt (Cairo—Shp. Ayman, Assuit—Shp. Mamdouh) and Ethiopia (Drs. Samuel & Maria Yoo) UBF;
(4) Reaching out to 54 countries of Africa including Burundi, Cameroon, Djibouti, Eritrea, Mozambique, Rwanda, Somalia, and Tanzania;\\
(5) 2017 Africa Regional Bible Conferences (hosting country)

  • Northern Region (South Sudan, Egypt): August 11-13, 2017; Theme “Participate In Jesus' Suffering”; Messengers—Philip Angelo (Jn 3), Elia Peter (2Co 1), Ayman Ghawy (1Pe 5)
  • Southern Region (South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana): August 17-20; 200 participants; Theme “Living Hope”; Messengers—Linnet (Jn 12), Cyril Boyd (1Pe 2), Mondli (Jn 19), Desmond (1Pe 1:3), Theo (Ac 18), Overson (Mt 28)
  • Western Region (Nigeria, Ghana): August 24-27; 140 participants; Theme “Hope of Glory”; Messengers—Joseph (Lk 15), Sabastine (Ro 4), Tayo (Ro 8), Abraham (Jn 3), Samuel (2Pe 3), Fatoyinbo (Isa 6), Gbenga (1Ti 6)

Asia  
(1) God’s work in X nation;
(2) Growth of India UBF among the Hindus and new JNU/DU Bible houses;
(3) Japan UBF 16 chapters; raise the Christian population from 1% to 3.5% of the whole population to be the salt and light of the nation;
(4) Reaching out to 48 countries in Asia including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, and North Korea.    

CIS
(1) Moscow Bible house;
(2) Reaching out to Estonia, Lithuania, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Turkmenistan.

Europe
(1) Raising new generation leaders; Young Adults “Encounter” conference on August 9-12, 2017 with a theme “True Worship” (Jn 4);
(2) Reaching out to Albania, Netherlands, and Slovenia.

Latin America 
(1) Venezuela—restoration of social and economic stability;
(2) Self-support of missionaries in Ecuador—M. Andre & Hannah Kim (Guayaquil), Josue & Yessika Ortega (Quito);
(3) Young Leaders conference in Brazil: July 20-23, 2017 with a theme “God’s Persistent Love”;
(4) Reaching out to 5 Caribbean countries—Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago. 

M.E.
(1)  Work of God among the leaders and 2nd-gens;
(2)  4.8 million Syrian refugees may hear the gospel.

Oceania 
(1) Abraham & Sarah in 7 chapters of Australia and New Zealand;
(2) Growth of 2nd-gen leaders.

Korea
(1) New director P. Moses Okgi Lee;
(2) Luke’s gospel study—revival of student evangelism through 5,000 one-to-ones and discipleship;
(3) Organize and Support silver missions and student short term missions;
(4) Summer Bible conferences of 90 chapters in June-August, 2017.

North America
(1) Revival of student evangelism and discipleship ministries in all local chapters;
(2) Raising future spiritual leaders from among North American college students;
(3) Preparation for August 9-12, 2018 ISBC & Missionaries-Shepherds Conference;
(4) Mobilizing Short Term Missions of students and graduates; Sending out missionaries to 130 countries unreached by UBF.

Sick Coworkers
Africa: Mary Kim (S. Africa);
Asia: Thomas Kang (Japan), Joseph Song, Jung Mi Lee, Joanna Jung (X nation), Rebekah Kim, Marie Kim, William Kim, Henky (Indonesia)
CIS:  Timothy Kang, Jr. (Latvia), Caleb Han (Russia);  
Europe: Hannah Lee (Poland), Lydia Lee (Greece), Elizabeth Yoon (Serbia), Samuel Kum, Noah You (Germany);
Latin America: Danny Kim (Brazil), Edith (El Salvador), Isabel (Dominican Republic), Eugenia (Peru);
Korea: Rucy Park, John Shin, Esther Lee
USA: William Jung, David Choo (Louisville), Aromi Kim (Trenton), Samuel Lim (NJ), Joseph Lim (Michigan), Cooper Diaz, M. Sarah Barry (Chicago)