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.


  • 1 HEART 4 REFUGEES—What a blessing to unite in prayer with prayer warriors all over the world during ASAP’s 1 Heart 4 Refugees virtual prayer campaign. Please continue to pray for the refugee crisis around the world and specifically for the refugees ASAP is seeking to help this year. God cares for every one of them and sees their plight and suffering. (Stay tuned to ASAP’s videos, articles and information on the rest of the refugee campaign.)
  • ASAP REFUGEE STUDENTS RETURNING TO SCHOOL—Pray for safety as students return to their schools in the conflict zone on the border between Thailand and Myanmar. Young men in this region who attended our Adventist schools last year are hiding in the jungle so they will not be forced to fight, because they want to return to school. Pray they will make it back safely and that even though the fighting continues, the schools will be able to open the second week of June. Pray that God will provide enough courageous Adventist teachers, because we hear there is a surge in attendance in several schools due to the conflict. One of these schools is where ASAP refugee student missionary, Jasmine Moo, is teaching. Pray for her, too!
  • ASAP AT CAMP MEETINGS AND CALLED CONVENTION—Pray for God to draw people to the Reach the World Next Door seminar at Michigan Conference camp meeting and the ASAP exhibits at many different camp meetings and the CALLED Convention for North American Division pastors and their families this summer. Pray that those attending will have many divine appointments so that the ASAP family can grow and more laborers can help finish the work of spreading the gospel throughout the world.
  • REFUGEES FROM MYANMAR IN INDIA—Pray for wisdom and guidance from the Lord in how ASAP should respond to the immense needs of refugees from Myanmar who have fled to India.
  • REFUGEE MINISTRY IN HOUSTON—God is doing a special work through the Griswolds, Rachel and William (church planters to the Chinese) and over 20 active Reach the World Next Door volunteers in the Houston area. Pray for the Shabaz family, who have joined them recently to aid in the work among Afghan refugees. Pray also for comfort for the Rosharon community as they mourn the loss of one of their active, loving members.


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