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Important Note: We are currently working to update "language" information on each resource, which is why the list above might seam small. If you do not see a specific "language" you are looking for in the list above, try to search for it in the search box. Also, we currently tag resources by the language they were written in. Therefore, you might find a resource written in English for a Hindi speaking people group.

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Find out how to pray for specific situations where God's word is being shared through stories, song, proverbs, and multiple other traditional--and not so traditional--methods.

  1. DECCANI MUSLIMS OF INDIA (deh-KAH-nee)

    DECCANI MUSLIMS OF INDIA (deh-KAH-nee)

    A recent believer from the Deccani Muslims, a farmer, has grown by leaps and bounds over the last few months. Though he cannot read, he was given a solar-powered MP3 player...

  2. DECCANI MUSLIMS OF INDIA (deh-KAH-nee)

    DECCANI MUSLIMS OF INDIA (deh-KAH-nee)

    “The last week of October, a farmer named A. led another two Muslims to Christ, and in the first week of November, they were baptized by him...

  3. Digo of Kenya and Tanzania (DEE-goh)

    Digo of Kenya and Tanzania (DEE-goh)

    Please pray for a small group of Digo who meet in village T to study the Bible each week. They have heard the Gospel many times. They have discussed the characteristics of God at length...

  4. Dinka of Sourhern Sudan (DINK-ah)

    Dinka of Sourhern Sudan (DINK-ah)

    Give thanks to God that in response to your prayers in early February, enough peace has come to Akot that residents have felt safe to return to their homes. There is still a strong military presence...

  5. Dominican Republic

    Dominican Republic

    In Don Pedro, a community at the edge of Santiago, a church group from Texas prayerwalked and held chronological Bible storying sessions every morning and evening for a week, followed by an evangelistic film. G is a Haitian leader who ha ...

  6. Domocratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

    Domocratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

    “Thank you for all your prayers concerning the new water-filter factory,” writes the Congo Team. “The container full of equipment finally arrived, and everything in it is being used to start making water filters...

  7. DREAM TOWN, CHINA

    DREAM TOWN, CHINA

    Thank you for praying for C, a university student who was planning to return home for a visit. When he visited his grandmother, she was delighted to find that he now shared her faith in Christ...

  8. EAST ASIAN UNENGAGED PEOPLES

    EAST ASIAN UNENGAGED PEOPLES

    Living in the rolling hills of South-Central China are the approximately 1.3 million precious people known as the Northern Dong. Less than one in 1,000 believe in Jesus Christ...

  9. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    In the remote parts of a coastal area, missionaries on the Redeemed Vessels Team went to a small river village where two EK men accepted chronological Bible storying training without hesitation...

  10. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    As church planting continues among the EK people, pray that God will bring unity and understanding among the members of the EK leadership team during the translation process of the chronological Bible stories into the EK language...

  11. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    Many of the EK people are either technically or functionally non-literate. Whether they can read or not, they often prefer oral methods of communication...

  12. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    Thank you for praying for the chronological Bible storying training and translation sessions among the EK people. During the September storying training session...

  13. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    Pray for JS, an EK governor of a state, who decided to follow Jesus and continues to grow in his faith...

  14. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    Join the Redeemed Vessels Team in giving thanks for another EK Christian who answered God’s call to serve among his people, in answer to your prayers...

  15. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    "R is one of the young men who recently joined our group," writes the Redeemed Vessels Team. "He was traveling the river, looking for work, when his boat’s motor needed repairing...

  16. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    A member of the Redeemed Vessels Team writes: "L brought to the Chronological Bible Storying training a tattered file folder filled with Scripture material. The folder had been stored...

  17. EK People of South America

    EK People of South America

    You have been praying for the translation of the Chronological Bible Storying Evangelism Series into the EK language...

  18. EK PEOPLE OF SOUTH AMERICA

    EK PEOPLE OF SOUTH AMERICA

    “During the week of an intensive chronological Bible storying workshop,” writes the Redeemed Vessels Team, “our EK team members were able to...

  19. EK PEOPLE OF SOUTH AMERICA

    EK PEOPLE OF SOUTH AMERICA

    “It seems as though I am living in New Testament times like when Paul started churches and those believers faced persecution,” PD shared at the last Chronological Bible Storying Conference...

  20. EK PEOPLE OF SOUTH AMERICA

    EK PEOPLE OF SOUTH AMERICA

    God’s Word is inaccessible to thousands of EK people. The few EK believers who have access to the Bible must read it in another language. Its unfamiliar themes, concepts and religious vocabulary...