11) Your Chance to Speak to the United Nations (at its 75th birthday)

To mark its 75th anniversary in 2020, the United Nations will launch the biggest-ever global conversation on the role of global cooperation in building the future we want. Read more about it… and, if you want to make a difference in the future of your world, Kelly O’Donnell asks that you get involved. Most importantly, Kelly is inviting Brigada participants to *pray* for our world. Watch the video (click on the giant graphic) and learn more here…


You’ll be able to join the conversation. Contact the UN here…


For now, choose “Contact Us” in the top line menu there.


5) It’s Not Too Late to Order Hindu World Prayer Guides (for Oct. 20)

Remember that his 15-day emphasis on praying for Hindus begins October 20th. That means you still have time to get you, your group, and/or your church on board. Learn more at….


Printed copies:


PDF Downloads:  


DVD about Hinduism:


3) Let’s Pray for Peace in Burkina Faso

The PrayerCast people wrote recently,” Over 200 churches have closed in northern Burkina Faso to avoid further attacks. “If the world continues to do nothing…the result will be the elimination of the Christian presence,” said the President of the nation’s Episcopal Conference. Though Christianity is the minority (Islam the majority), it is now a quarter of the population! Islam and Christianity have largely enjoyed a peaceful coexistence.


“But this once peaceful country has turned into a hotbed for extremism – and now the long-held peace is threatened. Though Christians have been specifically targeted in recent attacks, this violence has taken hundreds of Christian and Muslim lives and displaced tens of thousands more! Meanwhile, Islam is spreading into nearly every ethnic group, with unreached peoples steadily turning to its teachings.


“It is URGENT that the Gospel reach the Burkinabe – roughly five million have never heard it! And so we pray!” It seems to be our first and best option. But let’s not let it be our last.


If you’d like a backdrop for prayer for Burkina Faso, visit…


12) In Two Weeks: 15 Days of Prayer for the Hindu World 2019

This 15-day prayer campaign kicks off October 20th and ends on November 3rd. It’s just in time for the Diwali season. Diwali symbolizes the “spiritual victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.” Light, in Hinduism, is “knowledge and consciousness”. Many Hindus pray ‘Asatho ma jyothir gamaya.’ (‘Lead me from darkness to light’). Of course, Christians believe that Jesus claimed, ‘I am the light of the world.” Pray that Hindus can find Him as light and hope.


This edition of the ‘Hindu World Prayer Guide 2019’ is published by World Christian. To learn more, see…

10) Hispaniola Prayer Conference

Here’s an invitation to all Christian ministries on the island of Hispaniola to come together for a time of prayer, encouragement, and collaboration. It’s slated for February 20-21, 2020 at the Hodelpa Garden Suites Golf and Convention Center. The goal is to bring all Christ-followers together to believe God for a Jesus transformation of the island. For more info, contact

bartowbarahonaatgmaildotcom  (bartowbarahonaatgmaildotcom)   or call 770-881-6621. Tickets are $12 and are available at…


11) Pre-Order "Moms in Prayer: Raise them Up!"

If you pre-order “Moms in Prayer” book, “Raise them Up,” you can also participate in a four-week book club with the authors, Sally Burke and Cyndie Claypool De Neve! During the four-week book club, Sally will give participants a behind the scenes glimpse at why she and Cyndie chose the prayer focuses they did including:


*** Praying for Protection

*** Praying Through Suffering

*** Praying for Boldness in Faith


You’ll have a chance to ask Sally questions during private Facebook Lives/Zoom meetings and are sure to walk away encouraged and equipped to Raise Them Up! But you’d better act quickly. The book releases on August 6. Pre-order here:


(By the way, each week, they will also be giving away Moms in Prayer swag!)


14) The Last Bit: What Can We Do about Human Trafficking?

I was pretty shocked at the July 29th article in USA Today about human trafficking. I didn’t realize what a massive, worldwide problem human trafficking had become. I didn’t know there were 4 million victims right now, including 1 in 7 runaways. (Girls in foster care are particularly vulnerable.) I had no idea about the money involved — billions of dollars annually. I had no idea that prosecutions were down, even though trafficking is up. But now that I’ve learned this, I’m concerned: What do I *do* about it? First, please read the article at…


Now — will someone please coach us on what common folks can *do* about it… please. Just click comment.


1) Join Others in Praying for Muslims during the Hajj

Hats off to the people at pray-ap (Praying Through the Arabian Peninsula, otherwise known as PTAP). They’ve developed a superb website for the upcoming time of Hajj to Mecca (Aug. 9-11). Of course, many Muslims are already traveling there to go on the spiritual journey of a lifetime. The idea behind the site is to pray that they would journey into the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ instead. They’re asking us to join in praying for the 2.5 million Muslims who will be performing the Hajj this year. Would you and your group consider praying? If so, learn more at…


They’ve placed videos and information there in 8 languages, including English, Korean, French, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish, German, and Chinese. Oh — and by the way — Prayercast is reportedly preparing more for the Hajj as well. More on that soon.


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