How You Can Pray to Change the World
World Outreach International believes in the indispensable place of prayer in mission. Prayer makes a difference! There are many ways in which you can partner with WOI in prayer to change the world.
PRAYER CHALLENGE – Monthly Prayer Guide
Some months ago, we launched the Prayer Challenge, which is a new initiative to engage hundreds of people in united prayer for WOI personnel and projects. We’ve had an amazing response with over 400 now signed up.
Recently, Tina Wessels was appointed as the WOI Prayer Coordinator. Each month, Tina will be sending out an email that will focus on a particular nation and our personnel serving in it. These emails will provide specific needs in the nation and in our personnel’s lives. If you would like to commit yourself to partner with others in unified, concerted prayer to change the world, please sign up here.
FRONTLINE PRAYER – Daily Prayer Guide
Frontline Prayer provides you with daily, up-to-date prayer needs of our WOI mission personnel. A fresh prayer request is either posted on the PrayerMate App or emailed to you each day. This means you can easily pray at home or on the go by receiving these updates.
By subscribing through the PrayerMate app, you will receive Frontline Prayer requests each time you use the app. PrayerMate is available for Apple, Android, and Amazon devices. Alternatively, you can subscribe to receive daily emails by clicking here. Either download the app or click here.
When you commit to daily prayer, our missionaries are backed up and supported spiritually while facing challenges on the mission front.
Oswald Chambers (1874-1917), who was an early twentieth-century Scottish Baptist and Holiness Movement evangelist and teacher, best known for the devotional My Utmost for His Highest, once said, ‘Prayer is not preparation for the work; it is the work. Prayer is not preparation for the battle; it is the battle.’
Your prayer can make a difference!
International Director of World Outreach since January 2017.
Bruce has been married to Fiona since 1983 and lives in Melbourne. They have three grown children and one granddaughter.