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A call to pray for our EPC global workers:

“And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests…
 Pray also for me, that whenever I open my mouth, words may be given me so that 
I will fearlessly make known the mystery of the gospel.” —Ephesians 6:18a, 19

Do you love to Pray?

Do you enjoy asking people for their prayer needs?

Do you feel called to pray for the EPC’s World Outreach and our global workers?

If so, we would love to have you join the intercessors who pray for our global workers using the EPC World Outreach Missionary Prayer Network.

Group in Prayer
The EPC World Outreach Missionary Prayer Network, or MPN, is a secure website where our EPC World Outreach global workers post prayer requests. Intercessors then log on to the website and pray a few minutes per day (one hour per week) for the work of World Outreach and our global workers.

A Year of Prayer
for Breakthrough
Among the Malay

(Extended through June 2018)

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  • Prayer requests from World Outreach missionaries directly from the field.
  • Prayer requests from our stateside workers doing mobilization and missionary care.
  • The ability to post a prayer or comment and have it privately viewed by the worker.
  • 406 other intercessors praying with you. (We have a goal of at least 400-500 Intercessors and 100 prayer groups EPC-wide.)
  • Other EPC church prayer groups praying with you when you form a prayer group to use the MPN website.

What to Do
  • Sign up to become an MPN intercessor.
  • Recruit others in your church to form a group to pray together.
  • Be the first in your church and recruit others to join you.
  • Contact Phil Thrash if you form (or have formed) a prayer group at your church and use the MPN so we can track progress toward our goal of 25-35 EPC church prayer groups by the end of 2016.
  • Pray! Prayer will change your life, the life and ministry of your EPC global workers, and the life of those who are unengaged and have no one to tell them the Good News.

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