30 Days of prayer for the persecuted and the persecutors in the Muslim world
Ramadan, one of the Five Pillars of Islam, is the holy month of prayer, fasting, and reflecting on God. It begins at sundown April 2 and continues until sunset on May 1. We are going to pray our way through this month for Climbing For Christ members living and working in persecuted Muslim countries. But we’re also going to pray for those who persecute our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Five days of prayer for Sikhs
We are joining our friends at World Prayer Guides and the Lausanne Sikhism Working Group for “Five Days of Prayer for Sikhs” from April 13-17. This is done in conjunction with the start of the Sikh harvest festival Vaisakhi. Please check back daily.
Persecution’s growing severity
One in seven Christians worldwide faces persecution for following Jesus. Afghanistan replaced North Korea as the worst place to be a believer on the 2022 World Watch List. But Open Doors ministry gives us the 50 hardest countries in which to be a Christian.
30 days of breath prayers for the Muslim world
We are applying the practice of breathing a simple prayer each day to Project Prayer: Ramadan 2021. We ask you to whisper this prayer throughout the day with a Muslim person, people, group, nation, or the entire Islamic world in mind. Pray on!
Asking Jesus to appear to Muslims as part of Project Prayer: Ramadan 2021
Let’s cut to the chase – want to know the BEST way to pray for our Muslim friends and family to come to Christ? Ask Jesus to appear to them in a dream or a vision.
Project Prayer 2021
We are starting February with a short prayer series focusing on countries on the World Watch List in which Climbing For Christ serves – Pakistan (at No. 5), India (No. 10), Turkey (No. 25), Nepal (No. 34), and Indonesia (No. 47).
Pray for the 50 countries where it is most difficult to follow Jesus
No monkey business
No monkey business By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ The Swayambhunath stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) We know it as the Monkey Temple. It is a religious complex and major tourist attraction sitting on a hilltop in the capital of what was once a ...
Most dangerous places
Open Doors, a ministry that serves the persecuted church, uses data from field workers to analyze and quantify global persecution. This results in the annual World Watch List.
Countries are “ranked by the severity of persecution of Christians, calculated by analyzing th...
30 days of questions and prayer
for the Muslim world
By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ
DAY 30 (Saturday, May 23): Should I keep praying?
Ramadan ends today, but our prayer lives should continue to include those in the Musli...