We’ve heard the phrase, “she lives in her own little world.” Usually, the phrase is meant negatively. But, in some ways isn’t that true of every one of us? We have our daily routines, our families, friends, and personal networks. Our neighbors and the people we pass on the sidewalk every day.
And, whether we like to admit it or not, we all know there are certain inequalities about life that impact what our own little worlds look like.
This is the situation for millions of women in Asia. They are often the last to eat in an environment when food is perpetually scarce. They are often the first to go to into child labor, or even be trafficked.
And, these women often have even fewer chances to hear about God’s love than others do. Cultural taboos forbid men from speaking to them about matters of faith.
A ministry named Gospel for Asia trains women missionaries to go into the worlds that men cannot, to reach lost women trapped in worlds all their own.
Please pray for these missionaries and see if there is anything you can do to help them reach every woman who is trapped in her own world. You can read more at: http://www.gfa.org/women/.