Global Week of Prayer: 28 february – 6 march 2021.

From the beginning, Nazarene Missions International (NMI) has been praying for the work of the global church. As a global denomination that ministers in 163 world areas, we strive to be connected and lift each other up in prayer. This desire is not unique to the Church of the Nazarene. A heart for missions and the work of God’s kingdom here on earth has always been the heartbeat of the church. Beginning in 1887, there was a call to prayer for missions that has bloomed into the World Day of Prayer. This movement is global and stretches across denominations. The World Day of Prayer falls on the first Friday of March every year.

In 1996, Nazarene Missions International joined this movement by observing a week of prayer focused on joining together as Nazarenes all around the world to lift up our brothers and sisters in prayer. We are also joining with our brothers and sisters outside of the Church of the Nazarene by observing our week of prayer the same week as the World Day of Prayer.

This year is the 25th anniversary of the Global Week of Prayer for Nazarene Missions International. And in honor of this special anniversary, we worked to expand our connection as a church. Each day of requests and praises are written by our global church leadership. We are also making this resource available in more languages than ever before.

Thank you for joining us for the 25th Global Week of Prayer—28 February-6 March 2021. 

To download the PDF file containing the week’s devotionals, prayer requests, and stories of praise, click here:

When you do so, you may also notice that an incredible testimony from our ministry in the past year, the School of Leadership, was highlighted as one way God is moving in the Mesoamerica Region. Praise be to God!

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