Video – Do My Prayers Make a Difference?

Do you ever wonder if your prayers matter?

At Pioneers, we believe prayer is absolutely essential—we continually see God use the prayers of His people to pave the way for ministry breakthroughs all over the world. And that’s not surprising, is it? After all, God has been doing this sort of thing for thousands of years. He tells us to pray. He works through it. And He is glorified when we call out to Him!

Watch a new video from Pioneers Canada to see how your prayers can make a difference—in fact, how they already have changed the world. We have a lot to celebrate. Let’s give God thanks for what He has done and continues to do.

“First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people.” – 1 Timothy 2:1

Will you pray for the more than 3 billion people around the world who have not trusted in Jesus Christ because they have not heard the Word of God shared with them? Ask the Lord to lead more gospel messengers to share how Jesus, the One True God, came and lived on earth and died for our sins so that we could be forgiven and have a relationship with the risen Savior.

We put together a weekly email featuring prayer points from Pioneers misssionaries and ministries. We would be honored if you would sign up and pray with us!


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