Prayer is the backbone of all ministry. It is essential to everyone we do. Prayer is like fuel. While action is always needed in ministry, prayer must be our beginning place, our continual place, and our ending spot with every endeavor we take on. And we are called to pray in the ministry God has given us, we invite you to consider taking part as well. Currently, there are several ways you can pray with and for us.
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Prayer and Fasting Teams. These are teams that pray for short-term mission teams and/or special projects/assignments facilitated by our field missionaries. To learn about these opportunities, you will need to receive regular updates from any of our missionaries or subscribe to the overall ministry newsletter to stay apprised.
Local E:17 Intercessors. Join your family, friends, and local church together on a regular basis to pray. Pray for our various ministry efforts as well as for the needs of our staff, volunteers and field personnel.
E:17 is derived from Exodus 17 where Aaron and Hur held up the arms of Moses as he prayed during the battle against Amalek. Moses' responsibility was praying against the battle. Aaron and Hur's responsibility was ensuring Moses had what he needed as he pray. In this case, they held his arms in the air while he prayed.
Yes, we want our friends and partners to pray for the ministry taking place. But, we also need, maybe even more so, need intercessors who will serve as our Aaron and Hur as we battle in the realm of ministry God has given us collectively as an organization and individually as field workers. By serving as an E:17 Intercessor, you will serve a vital role in this spiritual war, fighting for the souls of the Gospel Deprived.
If you would like to organize an E:17 team in your locale, reach out to us so we can discuss how to move forward.