Our Treasure in Jesus
God, we love you! As your Church, help us do what it takes to let the people of Bosnia grasp the Good News that you supply all our needs IN Christ! (Philippians 4:19)
Testimonies from Around the World
This year, we are highlighting real stories from around the Muslim world. Pray that God’s kingdom comes in Bosnia and all around the globe!
Jane from Senegal found herself pregnant as a teenager and somehow gave herself an abortion. A few years later, she was pregnant again. This time she decided to keep the baby, but in order to avoid shaming the family, her parents forced her to abort. She was 5 months along, and the baby was born alive. Her mother showed her the baby, and then buried it alive. Jane lived in the grief and anger and bitterness that followed this event.
Recently, she walked through forgiveness with a team teaching soul care. It was HARD. There were tears, but Jesus brought beautiful freedom to her life. Pray for spiritual seekers all over the Muslim world to find freedom in Jesus as they follow His example in receiving forgiveness for their sins and extending forgiveness to those who have wronged them.
“Then my enemies will turn back in the day when I call. This I know, that God is for me.” (Psalm 56:9 ESV).
Father God, would you plant the seed of holy confidence in the hearts of your followers in Bosnia. May they grow in the humble, eternal assurance of your competed work of grace so that even in the darkest nights of persecution, loneliness, and temptation they might join the saints across generations in saying “This I know, that God is for me.” (Psalm 56:9).
Novi Pazar is a city located in the Sandžak region of Serbia, which is majority Bosniak Muslim. This area is very closed to the Gospel, and there are no known local believers.
As you look at this image, how does God lead you to pray over the city of Novi Pazar?
In our lifetime, wouldn’t it be sad if we spent more time washing dishes or swatting flies or mowing the yard or watching television than praying for world missions? — Dave Davidson
How does this quote inspire you to pray for Bosniaks? For yourself?