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Your Prayers Help People Get the Bible

Be a part of impacting lives through Bible translation.

Prayer is the way we communicate with a loving God. It’s an opportunity to not only share our hearts with him, but more importantly to learn about what matters to God’s heart — making his name known among the nations. Prayer gives us the chance to join God on his global mission of bringing all people to himself.

We invite you to be a part of a global team and ask God to do the thing he has promised throughout history — declare his message of love and grace to people in the language that they understand best. And as you pray, you’ll not only be impacting lives around the world through Bible translation; you’ll be impacted, too.

Sign up to join the prayer team today and see lives changed for eternity.

Current Prayer Needs

You Prayed, God Answered

Praising God for a re-print of the Sango Bible
  • January 12, 2015
  • By: Prayer Ministries

God has answered prayer! A second printing of 9,000 new Sango Bibles has arrived safely in the Central African Republic.

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Resolute Love

Renewing our commitment to prayer for reaching the Bibleless
  • January 5, 2015
  • By: Prayer Ministries

God’s love for the lost never changes. Pray for the day when everyone has access to his Word in their heart language.

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Craving Adventure, Discovering Translation

Intercessor - January/February 2015
  • January 2, 2015
  • By: Prayer Ministries

Mountain trekking. River rafting. Rappelling. These are just a few of the adventure sports through which people are engaging with Bible translation. Starting in 2012, Wycliffe launched “Race to 2025” events — two-day outdoor...

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Far From Home

Intercessor - Nov/Dec 2014
  • November 6, 2014
  • By: Prayer Ministries

Meet Cynthia, Nate and Ivy. Read about their personal experiences as new missionaries and learn how to pray for them and others as they step into their new lives far from home.

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