Praying for Your Missionary: How Prayers from Home Can Reach the Nations


Reviewed by:  Connor Salter, a Professional Writing student at Taylor University, Upland, IN.


Introduction

Title: Praying for Your Missionary: How Prayers from Home Can Reach the Nations

Author: Eddie Byun

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

Publication Date: 2018

Format: Paperback

Length: 174 pages

OVERVIEW

“We all have a role in global missions,” Eddie Byun states in his introduction. “We may not all have the same role, but we do have a role.” One of those roles is to pray for missionaries in various ways. Byun outlines twelve different mission-related topics that Christians can pray for, along with insights into how those prayers help combat common missionary struggles.

Byun uses his experiences with missionary work and conversations with many missionaries to give a great overview of missionary struggles. He accurately outlines the biggest threats that missionaries face and gives sounds biblical advice on what it takes to overcome those issues. Along the way, he details why it’s so important to pray for missionaries and how any church-member can do something to support missions causes. All in all, a great primer on praying and supporting missions.

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5 stars)

4 stars

Suggested Audience

Christians seeking to learn about challenges missionary face, Christians seeking to learn how prayer can help ministry professionals.

Christian Impact

This book will help readers understand missions in new ways and pray for missionaries’ success.

 

 


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