[Today’s GA Prayer D-8] World Churches that will overcome persecution and hardship will rise!   [0] 

We have minority churches from the unreached nations (often times we called as mission field) attending this 5th Global Alliance Conference. Many churches who are overcoming persecution and hardship and keeping their faith are attending this conference. However, visiting South Korea for this conference requires them to give their faith due to visa and financial … [Today’s GA Prayer D-8] World Churches that will overcome persecution and hardship will rise! 더보기

[BEFORE Ramadan] People of Eternal Kingdom of God, Algeria   [0] 

Algeria being a socialist Islamic country, there are many limitation to mission work. Therefore, the evangelical Christian population is very low. In 2006, they created a 2006 Law where non-Muslims must receive an approval in order to have worship. If they submit documents to officially register a church, they did not receive approval but persecution. … [BEFORE Ramadan] People of Eternal Kingdom of God, Algeria 더보기

[Today’s Prayer] Why there is terror at Sri Lanka? De Factor Power?   [0] 

On Easter Sunday -April 21st, at Sri Lanka a bomb attack occurred where at least 290 people died and 500 people were injured. According to Middle Eastern broadcast, Al-Jazeera on April 22nd (Local time) the attacks are the worst since the Sri Lanka civil war that ended in 2009. However, there is not an individual … [Today’s Prayer] Why there is terror at Sri Lanka? De Factor Power? 더보기

[Today’s GA Prayer D-9] One million young missionaries! West Asia B-window   [0] 

Pastor A, who is trying to attend GA, is having difficulties because there are people around him who negatively talk about attending GA. Pastor A’s church is now rising up with a mission vision. There are many members who have applied for a short-term mission from the pastor’s church to serve other nations. When pastor … [Today’s GA Prayer D-9] One million young missionaries! West Asia B-window 더보기

[Today’s Prayer] Pakistan “Fourteen were killed on buses. The culprits are rebels from Iran”   [0] 

The culprits that attacked Pakistani buses and killed 14 people were members of an Iranian-based rebel group, and the Pakistani government demanded immediate action from Iran. According to local media and foreign news sources, 15 to 20 armed militants stopped 5-6 buses that were on the way to Gawadar from Karachi on a highway in … [Today’s Prayer] Pakistan “Fourteen were killed on buses. The culprits are rebels from Iran” 더보기

[BEFORE Ramadan] Libya to see the glory of God   [0] 

The Islamization of Libya was due to the Arab invasion war in the seventh century, and Libya has now become a country where 97% of the population is Sunni Muslim. Christian evangelization rate in Libya is only 0.3%. Religious groups other than Islam are banned. If a Christian believer is caught, then they will encounter … [BEFORE Ramadan] Libya to see the glory of God 더보기

[Today’s GA Prayer D-10] Maghreb Window that will receive the eternally incorruptible crown of righteousness   [0] 

*Maghreb C-Land There is intense persecution and governmental restrictions against Christians in Maghreb C-Land. At the same time, it has the biggest church in Maghreb window. It is difficult for a foreigner to enter this country, but the Lord is raising His church with His chosen remnants in this land. The Christians in this land … [Today’s GA Prayer D-10] Maghreb Window that will receive the eternally incorruptible crown of righteousness 더보기

[BEFORE RAMADAN] The heart of Arabs, Jordan that will arise as 120,000 King’s Army   [0] 

Jordan has accepted the biggest number of refugees in the world; it has more refugees (80-85%) than the original Jordanian people (15-20%). Jordan is serving refugees from Syria and Yemen, since the Arab Spring of 2011, as well as the refugees from Palestine, Iraq, and Chechnya. Not only the people from surrounding Arab countries come … [BEFORE RAMADAN] The heart of Arabs, Jordan that will arise as 120,000 King’s Army 더보기

[Today’s Prayer] “Military in lieu of the Dictator”…The resistance of the Sudanese continue   [0] 

Despite the end of the 30-year dictatorship of President Omar al-Bashir in the wake of a military coup in Sudan, where anti-government protests have continued, citizens are protesting against the military’s control of power. According to the British daily Guardian on the 12th, Defense Minister Awad Ibn Auf, who leads the military, declared in a … [Today’s Prayer] “Military in lieu of the Dictator”…The resistance of the Sudanese continue 더보기

[Today’s GA Prayer] D-11 East Asia Window A-People whol will rise boldly only through the wind from the Lord   [0] 

East Asia window A-People is a Turkic race with a population of 10 million. As the Chinese government has enforced its law on religious activities, one-tenth of East Asia window A-people’s total population, 1 million people are currently placed in concentration camps, under a lot of oppression and political education. In those people, there are … [Today’s GA Prayer] D-11 East Asia Window A-People whol will rise boldly only through the wind from the Lord 더보기