Students Ignited for Prayer and Global Harvest
Throughout history, spiritual awakenings around the world have resulted in the student generation seizing the opportunities to take the gospel to all the nations. From September 30 to October 20, 2012, an international call is for students to again “pursue God for spiritual awakening in the student generation and global harvest in our lifetime.” The challenge is for student ministries to gather daily to pray for “21 Days for Global Harvest.”
Led by the Student Volunteer Movement II (SVM2), the goal of the prayer campaign is to mobilize 100,000 new workers to the harvest among the least-reached peoples. With the theme, “Let My People Go” (taken from Exodus 8), small groups of students and young adults involved in student ministries from many nations will be praying for 387 unengaged, unreached people groups. This includes churches, campus ministries, and Christian colleges and universities.
According to Ryan Shaw, international lead facilitator for SVM2, the hope is that 1,000 prayer groups from 50 nations will participate. The International Prayer Council is one of the “stakeholders” in the campaign. Sign up to participate at 21daysofprayer.net
Taken from International Prayer Connection