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31 Days of Prayer

Eastern European Mission is inviting God’s people to join in 31 days of prayer for Ukraine, Russia, and America.

Click HERE to join us in this prayer offensive for the people of Eastern Europe.

Beginning April 1, we will publish on our website, Twitter feed, and Facebook a daily prayer written by Christians in Ukraine and Russia. These brothers and sisters are asking God’s  blessings on their nations in this time of crisis. This will conclude on America’s National Day of Prayer May 1.

EEM views this crisis as a call for greater urgency. We do not take a “political” position to approve or condemn either “side” in the crisis. Rather, we seek to find reconciliation, redemption, and open doors for the Kingdom of God among all the nations of the former Soviet Bloc of nations.

Please join with us in prayer to these ends! Also, pass word of this Facebook event to your friends, inviting them to join this prayer chain. Publicize it in your church as well. Let’s get thousands of people praying in unison for God’s intervention for a favorable solution to this international crisis that has the potential of exploding into major war in Europe for a third time in 100 years.


2 Responses

  1. Jerry … This is a great thing. We have friends who have family in Ukraine and we’ve been praying for everyone involved in the situation … including EEM – both for the impact their ministry can have on this situation and for how current events may effect the continued work of EEM. Count me in and thanks for sharing.

  2. Word from the field is that people are concerned, but moving forward in faith while praying that peace and understanding may come to a troubled region of the world. EEM is taking the situation as a call for greater urgency. Thanks for praying with us and for us.

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