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.
 

PRAYER POINTS FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 2020: 

  • Newly Baptized Members—Praise the Lord for over 800 precious souls in Southeast Asia who have been baptized this past year as a result of the Holy Spirit working through ASAP missionaries. Just last Sabbath, 25 individuals in central Myanmar publicly proclaimed their commitment to Jesus through baptism. Please pray that each one will stay in the palm of God’s hand and grow into strong Christians, even through trials. It’s never easy to swim upstream in these Buddhist countries and become Seventh-day Adventist. Pray that each new member remains faithful.
     
  • ASAP Board Meetings and 25th Anniversary—Praise the Lord for giving wisdom to ASAP’s board members during our annual meetings. We feel so blessed to have strong, spiritual, and faith-filled leadership. Praise the Lord for also blessing ASAP’s 25th Anniversary Celebration. What a joy it was to reflect on God’s loving provision and the many souls who will be in heaven as a result.  We have a goal of receiving $25,000 in honor of 25 years in ministry. Please pray that we will meet this goal with some extra special gifts before the end of the year.
     
  • New ASAP Projects—ASAP loves stepping out in faith when God sends new opportunities that fit our mission and vision to reach the poor, persecuted, unreached and refugees. Please pray for the projects that were just adopted, that God will move on hearts to support them. You will learn of many of them through the ASAP Gift Catalog coming soon, but just to mention a few, please pray for the elephant yam project to help ASAP schools on the Myanmar/Thai border to become self-sustaining in the future, the church planters who will be entering new unreached villages in Myanmar, and the small house that needs to be built for one of our persecuted workers.
     
  • Refugee Theology Students—Thanks to donors like you, ASAP is helping support eight refugee young people to study theology in Adventist universities. With English being a second language, many of them struggle but are doing their very best for Jesus. Pray for those studying at Andrews University, Ouachita Hills College, Southern Adventist University, and Southwestern Adventist University. They are preparing for finals during this COVID-shortened semester. Watch for some of their testimonies in Mission Matters videos that we will be sharing this month as part of our Giving Tuesday campaign.

 

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