We provide resources that enable Christians to thrive in communities and dive deeper into the gospel of grace.
And we believe that because of this truth, we must not let our brothers and sisters around the world stand alone. We believe we can do more. We must do more. Let us pray, kneel, laugh, cry, and labor together. As we carry each other burdens, let us not forget to stand together.
Our search for the answers to the questions of who we are, why we matter, and what our place in this world is, ends at the cross. The cross also tells us we are known and are enough because Jesus was enough.Discover More About The Gospel
See each project's story unfold through the pictures and videos taken in-country by the pastors themselves by hitting the play button on each image.
Pastor Thuam Suan serves as a pastor and a project manager for us in Myanmar. Open Doors lists Myanmar as the twelfth most persecuted country in the world. Recently, six hundred children's books in Burmese were distributed to ire spread the Gospel.
“My people are grateful for the fervent prayer support and providing the serious needs of solar installation and the book which will help them to walk in God's grace.”
Shamsa Emmanuel is a women's and children's Pastor in Pakistan, as she ministers to widows and orphans. Because the temperatures can reach over a hundred degrees we install ceiling fans with ever solar project.
“I’ve been provided with spiritual training, support and guidance. WP is indeed a ministry of God. The love of Jesus Christ is a beacon of light to follow and WP represents it superbly.”
Pastor Frank Mutebi is part of an Evangelism Team in Uganda. Through that team, God has multiplied World Prayr's impact. We have been able to reach over 350 churches, 700 pastors, and church leaders. Along, with over 1000 children.
“World Prayr has changed my life from being a prosperity gospel preacher to a grace preacher through the Thursday bible study and the gospel literature. I’m blessed to know that through the Bible Study for Pastors in Uganda the impact continues.”
Pastor Mark Agaba is a pastor in Uganda. Pastor Mark lives outside the city in a more rural area where they exist without basic needs. We have been able to provide Pastor Mark with renewable solar energy and fresh water into his house.
“World Prayr has been a life raft for my family and me by providing much-needed resources and needed relationships. The weekly Bible Study provides needed encouragement, and Its leaders serve as pastors in my life.”
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Here are three more stories for you in the pastor’s words, images, and videos. We’ve made it easy to watch the show; tap the image.
Solar power for my church, myself and my community. Along with rebuilding my church, to a keyboard, sound board and teaching resources.
I have, also received definite easy and simple understanding of the gospel of grace. I'm so grateful for the teaching of God's grace, the good news of Jesus Christ, that say.....the work of Jesus Christ was sufficient in and of itself. I have used these teachings and insights to teach and teach again and again.
- Joseph Koech, Kenyan Pastor, Two Churches
I will forever be changed in my understanding and application of the gospel.
- Joe Franks, Senior Pastor, Horizon Church
Through the ministry of World Prayr, I have been able to free dive into the radical, one way, no strings attached love of Jesus and the Gospel of Grace. It has changed me, the way I preach and the way our people see and experience the Gospel! I’m truly grateful for World Prayr.
- Bryan Holder, Pastor, The Mill Church
Pastors, teachers, and evangelists worldwide are looking for materials to help them reach people with the powerful and empowering message of God's grace. By connecting with World Prayr, our business engages the world in ways we could not imagine without this connection. I cannot overstate the benefit of this connection, as our authors gain an opportunity to become an active part of reaching the world.
- Henry Neufeld, Owner, Energion Publications
- Jonathan Williams, Fairview Presbyterian, Senior Pastor
US Army, Chaplain, Major
US Army Chaplain Center and School, Part-Time Professor
I realized immediately that this was not a distant listen-and-learn format but an authentic community at work, and I felt genuinely welcomed. During this time, I have learned of their deep desire to serve their communities with the Gospel. This is more than a bible study or prayer group, it is a family, and I am humbled to be a part of it.
- Charles “Butch” Greathouse, Attorney, Retired FBI Special Agent, and Physical Fitness Program Manager
The formula? The simplicity of the Gospel. I have the opportunity each week to set aside time to join my brothers and sisters from literally across the world… Kenya, Pakistan, Myanmar, Uganda, and others. It brings a reality check to my heart, week in and week out.
- Rob Nelson, Executive Director of GracePointe Ministries
These past few years have been a great experience of growing among each other in Christ, and I'm grateful to be a part of it. Serving with fellow members spread from all around the world also reminds me of the beautiful truth that God unites people from all ends of the Earth for His glory.
- Tommy Winarta, Indonesian missionary and executive staff member
- Arnold Kimmons, South Carolina Area Director, Mission Increase