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1.3 Billion East Asian People do not know Christ. God wants to change that! Through prayer, you can have a vital part in His work among the East Asian Peoples.

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July 09, 2014
MONGOLS OF OUTER MONGOLIA (MON-gols) In May, you were asked to pray for a group of visiting believers that were coming to work with some national believers. Thank you for praying! When these visitors accompanied six believers to a remote countryside area to work alongside herdsmen, evangelizing and leading discipleship lessons for those who had believed in Jesus during the past two years, they found that God had prepared hearts to hear His Word. In the mornings, the group worked with the herdsmen, doing chores, and in the afternoons, they visited in homes, gave their testimonies, and shared the Gospel. During these sharing times, God brought two men to saving faith. Praise the Lord! Please pray that their faith will be strong and that God will protect them from the schemes of the evil one. Pray, too, that they will read the Scripture portions that they were given and grow in their understanding of the One who saved them.

Spiritually thirsty city of rivers

Although 30 rivers run through Linxia, China, most of its 2 million people don’t know the Living Water.

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Prayer Starters for East Asia's Top Unengaged Unreached People Groups

Pray for unreached people, many who live in remote and hard to access areas of East Asia. We have prayer requests to help you as you start praying.

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Prayer Starters for Needy Cities of China

Pray for the people living in spiritually needy cities of China. We have prayer requests to help you as you start praying.

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Prayer Starters for Needy Cities of Japan

Pray for the people living in the top 15 spiritually needy cities of Japan. We have prayer requests to help you as you start praying.

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East Asian Peoples Prayer Resources

Prayer remains a vital part of reaching East Asian Peoples for Christ, and is a viable way for a vast number of believers to take part in the fulfillment of the Great Commission as it pertains to reaching East Asian Peoples. Our prayer resources provide free booklets and free printable downloads of prayer booklets that profile unreached cities and people groups in East Asia. We hope you will partner with us as we seek to impact the spiritual destiny of East Asian Peoples.

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Laba villagers waiting to hear

Wendy Lee

Living in tiny villages, most of the 250,000 Laba have never heard the Good News.

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Cantonese-speaking Chinese of Vietnam

Wendy Lee

Han Chinese are the majority among minorities living in Vietnam, and most of them are without Christ.

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Enormous city: huge student population

Wendy Lee

Chongqing municipality has 33 million people, 33 colleges and universities, and lots of students who need Christ.

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East Asian Language Resources for Koreans, Chinese and Japanese

The mission endeavors and prayers of East Asian believers are vital to the completion of the Great Commission. Korean, Japanese, and traditional and simplified Chinese character versions of some of our prayer and outreach materials are available for order and for free download.

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Prayer for an Unengaged People

Prayer advocates were enlisted for 108 unengaged cite and 29 unengaged UPGs in recent years. More advocates are still needed.

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2014 East Asian Peoples Prayer Calendar

Be a part of what God is doing among the East Asian Peoples as you pray strategically throughout the year. Connect on a heart level with UPGs, megacities, student strategies, special events and much more as you lift them up in prayer.

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Virtual Prayerwalk of Shanghai

Shanghai has 23 million people. More than 95 percent are lost. With a mortality rate of seven out of 1,000 a year, this means every three-and-a-half minutes a lost person in Shanghai dies. Prayerwalk through the neighborhoods of Shanghai and help change the numbers of those without Christ.

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