Pray For Pastors Impacted By COvid-19

While the impact of Covid-19 on physical and mental health, income and finances has created hardship around the world, some members of the global Christian family are suffering right now more than others.

The Covid-19 pandemic has shut down churches, and pastors in impoverished nations are struggling with helping their communities, regional conflicts, persecution, and lack of medical systems or government support.

Tell them you are with them and they have your support. 

"When I spoke with Pastor Blessing from Zimbabwe recently I was deeply moved by the significant hardship pastors were enduring because of Covid-19. I believed if those of us around the world who love His Church and those who shepherd His people were to know what was going on you’d want to help. Please offer them your prayers, your love, and your support. Thank you."
Rev. Brian Stiller
Global Ambassador
World Evangelical Alliance
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What To Pray For

Be strong and take heart, all you who hope in the Lord.

Psalm 31:24

Send a prayer to pastors struggling to serve during the pandemic

Pastors in countries like India, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe have been hit hard by Covid-19.  Please take a moment to offer a prayer in support of these frontline spiritual workers. 

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Meet The Pastors

Pastors David (India), Mahesh (Sri Lanka), and Marko (Zimbabwe) are all struggling to help their communities impacted by the pandemic.  Click on the play button to hear their story and learn firsthand about the challenges they are facing.   

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