Monthly Prayer Points

Here are the prayer requests that we at ASAP Ministries consider the most urgent this month. Please partner with us so that these needs can go up to heaven with a mighty surge of united prayer.


  • MIRACLES FOR ASAP WORKER VISAS—Please continue praying for the visa process for Pastor Chanchai (Hmong church planter) and other ASAP workers, both here in the U.S. and in Southeast Asia.

  • A GRIEVING BUDDHIST MOTHER—During the final day of a recent ASAP training, some of our team members visited a widowed mother who had just lost her only son that day. He was killed by a landmine while fighting in Myanmar. Pray that God will comfort her and that she will open her heart to knowing more about Jesus. Pray for the many others who have also lost loved ones in this civil war.

  • MYANMAR CRISIS—Let us not cease to pray for all our brothers and sisters in Myanmar, who are in great need. Many of them are fleeing to the Thailand border, where food and water are running low as enrollment at ASAP mission schools continues rising. In addition, the names of some of our field supervisors have been given to the government. Please pray that they are not conscripted as soldiers.

  • WISDOM FOR THE PROJECT SELECTION COMMITTEE—The ASAP Project Selection Committee needs much wisdom to select new soul-impacting projects. The proposal deadline for the current project cycle is this month. Uplift them in prayer, as they seek the Lord’s guidance.

  • HEALTH OF STAFF AND DONORS—Pray for the speedy recovery of several ASAP staff and donors who are dealing with various health challenges. Also, pray for healing for ASAP missionaries serving in closed countries, where the gospel is spreading like wildfire.

  • FUNDING FOR EVERY SINGLE PROJECT—We daily ask the Lord to supply the needs of every single project we desire to implement this year, and to touch the hearts of those who have the capacity to provide the needed financial support.


"Much prayer, much power; little prayer, little power; no prayer, no power." Dee Duke