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.


  • Students for Reach the World Next Door—Please pray that God will bring just the right students to attend the fall session of the Reach the World Next Door (RWND) training program in Houston, Texas, which starts August 21, 2019.

  • The Chang Family – Pray for comfort for the ten children and many grandchildren of the Chang family, who recently lost their father and grandfather. Following Mr. Chang’s death, Pr. Chanchai Kiatyanyong (ASAP-supported Hmong Ministries Coordinator for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America) visited and ministered to the family. They were open to the promptings of the Holy Spirit, and the oldest son, through tears, expressed a desire to return to Christ. Pray for the continuation of the revival that has started in their hearts, and that a Hmong church can be planted in the future in the area where they live.

  • House Church Worship Forbidden – Intercede for the members of a specific house church in a closed country who were told they can no longer worship in their home. Other house churches in this country have been required to report to the police, and they are being told the same thing. Pray that they can worship their Lord freely!

  • Camp Meetings – Ask God to continue blessing ASAP’s exhibits during camp meeting season so that many more people will learn about ASAP Ministries and other ministries and catch the “missions bug.” Michigan and Wisconsin camp meetings, along with others last month were amazing. So many people signed up to receive ASAP’s Mission Matters videos. God answered your prayers, and we solicit them again this month!

  • Peace and Happiness Website and Ministry – Please pray that the Peace and Happiness website will be fixed and back up and running soon. It contains a wealth of sermons, songs, and information for the Vietnamese people. We believe this is an attack by the enemy. Pray also for protection and continued wisdom for Pr. Isah Young and those working with him.

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