Prayer requests from Southeast Asia, Thailand, Pakistan, and Turkey

When was the last time a bicycle changed your life—or the life of someone you know?  Pastors in Southeast Asia don’t have to think long to answer that question.  For them, a bicycle means they can reach thousands of people who live too far to reach by walking.  But, in a world where the needs of daily life often cost more than their income can afford, a bicycle is simply out of reach.  Please pray for these pastors, and if you could, please consider lending them a hand.  You can read more here: http://www.mnnonline.org/article/17582.

Please pray for teams of students who are reaching out to the Lahu people of Thailand with the truth that God loves them.  Please pray for open minds and understanding hearts.  You can read more here: http://www.mnnonline.org/article/17586.

Pakistan is considering anti-conversion laws, and this raises a great deal of concern for Christians in Pakistan and neighboring India.  Though the stated intent of some anti-conversion laws is to protect minority religious groups, it often has the exact opposite effect.  Read more here: http://www.mnnonline.org/article/17589.

People in Turkey need your prayers as their government considers various proposals concerning a new constitution that would help protect religious freedom.  But, an agreement is still distant.  You can learn more here: http://www.mnnonline.org/article/17591.

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