A Guy Serving in South Asia

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“Let our hearts be filled with the assurance that prayer offered in living faith in the living God will bring certain and abundant answer.” – Andrew Murray

Missions is not a solitary effort. Our men, women, and families depend upon your prayers on behalf of their people and ministries. Each Tuesday you can invest in a missionary through prayer as we highlight their work and needs. Join with the CGCS in this incredible opportunity to touch the nations and to encourage our SEBTS international missionaries.

This week, I want you to picture and pray for a guy serving in South Asia. The area where he is has the highest concentration of lostness on earth with the largest number of unengaged and unreached people groups. The church planting work is moving forward in this area, but people lack theological understanding so they are being trained to better understand the Scripture and how to do the work biblically. So where does this guy fit in to all this? To train and equip the people to have a full understanding of Scripture and leadership. Here are some specific requests from him:

  • Please pray for language and culture learning and the ability to communicate fluently in the language and for an effective translator that will work with me as a partner for the sake of the Gospel.
  • Please pray for good health and strength to do all that is required to do in a very difficult environment. Please pray for the Lord to give me all that I lack to be Christ-like. 
  • Please pray God will raise up workers from the harvest, equip them, empower them and provide for them. Pray that believers here will be faithful to do the work and that God will reach all who can be reached and transform them for the sake of His great name.

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Greg Mathias Contributor
Associate Director
Greg Mathias serves as the Associate Director of the Center for Great Commission Studies. His area of focus is international missions, and Greg works closely with our students who desire to serve in this context.
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