Inspiring mission videos
The story of Eva, a Slovakian missionary to Thailand, where she helps to support Bible translation work - 5mins 32secs
Looking at the impact of changing climate on the lives of people in East Africa - 5mins 30secs
Members of a church in El Salvador share how the church has become practically involved in mission - 5mins 28secs
An 18 year old Christian from North Korea sharing her testimony at the Lausanne Congress at Cape Town in 2010 - 8mins 41secs
A selection of short videos to help pray for different countries around the world
A response to an article published by Chris Sugden in the Church of England Newspaper 29th April 2022 reviewing an edition of Anvil, but in particular focusing on the lead article written by Dr Harvey Kwiyani, our Chief Executive Officer.
Helpful information mission agencies need to know about coronavirus
Update July 2019
As you read the opportunities in this publication, you may well be asking yourself, “Will it be worth it?” But let’s ask the question from another angle. Let’s start with the cross of Christ and ask of that, what is that worth?
Latest prayer points
Arabs in Burundi: Around 3,400 Arabs live in Burundi. Many run shops, restaurants and tourist businesses in urban areas. Some run large coffee and tea plantations. Pray for Christians to see this unreached people group on their doorstep.
Chechens of Russia: There are nearly one-and-a-half million Chechen people in Russia, mostly in the Caucasus mountains between the Caspian and Black Seas. Jesus longs for them to know a peace that can only come through the gospel.
Avars in Russia: There are 779,000 Dagestani Avars living in Russia. The code of honour and shame is deeply ingrained in the Avar cultural psyche. Pray for dreams and visions among influential community leaders.
Asylum Seekers in West Yorkshire: For a small city, Wakefield has a large number of asylum seekers: around 500. As well as being Chair of the Trustees for the local City of Sanctuary, Dick and his wife Flora are keen to see their hosting project take shape. 'Asylum Hosting Wakefield' still awaits charity registration, but there is a growing need to find temporary homes for destitute asylum seekers with local volunteer hosts. Pray this registration goes ahead.