The Definitive Prayer Guide to Every Nation
Join people from every nation, praying for people in every nation. Operation World equips believers to respond to God's call for his people to pray.
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Gibraltar (34,000) is a British overseas territory since its capture in 1704, but self-governing since 2007. Most of the population are Catholic, but other denominations have churches. Evangelicals/charismatics have small numbers, but grow. Significant numbers of Moroccans work here, as well as Jewish and Hindu communities. Gibraltar has a good... Read More
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Greece’s economic and social problems of the 21st Century remain the cause of much uncertainty about the future. The economic meltdown (known as "The Crisis"), and the recession, austerity policies, protests and riots that followed, shook the country’s foundations. The fallout from these issues - compounded by Covid's impact from... Read More
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Greetings friends, users, readers, critics, and intercessors! We bless you in the name of Jesus. Thank you for joining us in unceasing prayer for the nations. We get many emails coming to us through our website that range from spam (plenty of that!) to encouragement, from pointed criticism to requests for help, from ministry invitations […]
Did you know that Operation World has been hosting an online prayer time every week for the last two years? After a brief pause, we are looking at resuming this – but with some changes. We wanted to hear from our user community (that’s you!) about what you might be looking for in such a […]
Every year, Open Doors (founded by Brother Andrew) publishes a list of the 50 countries where persecution of Christians is most intense. It also offers ways to pray for our sisters and brothers in Christ who are under threat in those countries. The 2023 version of the World Watch List was released this week. Check […]
I would rather teach one man to pray than ten men to preach.C.H. Spurgeon