Mission is birthed in prayer and worship
Pray for the 1.4 billion people in India, that their heart and mind will be open to serve the living God, and strongholds will come down and true worship of a living God for who He is will rise up from every corner of India. The believers in India are asking for your prayers, they know that the prayers of the saints will avail much. They are relying on prayer for an outpouring of the power of the Holy Spirit across the nation of India.
How we may pray for you?
India Gospel Mission staff and volunteers meet each Tuesday for prayer to lift up the needs of India and our supporters. If you have a prayer request you would like to share with us, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We understand that giving takes on many forms. One important area to give is in prayer, so please join us a prayer partner. Think of IGM and its ministry leaders daily, and join in prayer with us today.
We pray, Lord, that you open our hearts in a fresh way to the people of India. We ask that you pour out your blessings on the Leadership Institute, Leadership Training Conferences, Evangelism Outreach and Church Planters.
We pray Lord Jesus that the many men and women in India who do not have hope in you that their hearts will be opened to experience the glorious hope and joy in you.
We pray, Lord God, for your protection on the men and women who are toiling in the field proclaiming your mighty name.
We pray, almighty Father that your presence will go with your servants and touch the lives of men, women, and children.
Father God, we pray for your provision to sustain us and strengthen us to continue to serve and witness to the millions of people across the land of India.
Holy Spirit, we pray for dedicated workers to walk across the land of India and proclaim the true living God to all.
We praise your name Lord Jesus, for your mighty work among India’s men, women, and children.
“And pray for us, too, that God may open a door for our message, so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ . . . “– Colossians 4:3