An Insiders Guide To Praying For The World (Paperback)

    An Insiders Guide To Praying For The World (Paperback)

    Brian C Stiller
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    Empower your prayers for the world.

    Nothing fuels prayer like seeing a need with your own eyes. Journey with Brian Stiller as he gathers first-hand information and prayer requests direct from Christians around the world. Filled with stories of faith and risk, tragedy and hope, this book will help you intercede with greater focus and understanding.

    Learn about other lands--both familiar ones, such as China and Kenya, and ones you may know very little about, like Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Be inspired by the innovative and often difficult mission work being done in many places. But more important, take part in God's work by praying for the real needs of your brothers and sisters around the world.

    An ideal resource for prayer and study groups, too.

    About the Author

    Brian Stiller received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Toronto and his DMin from Gordon Theological Seminary. He is recipient of honorary doctorates from Briercrest College and Trinity Western University.

    In 2011, Stiller was appointed as Global Ambassador for the World Evangelical Alliance, which serves some six hundred million evangelical Christians. In this role, he travelled extensively to visit Christians and leaders, hold pastors' and leaders' conferences, assist in peace negotiations, link Evangelicals to the wider Christian community (Roman Catholics, mainline Protestants, and other religious and secular communities), and meet with government officials, law enforcement, and the diplomatic corps.

    It is within this assignment that he began writing essays he called "Dispatches," documenting the countries he visited. It quickly became apparent that there was a desire to know more about the countries and their needs, what the Spirit is doing, and how Christians can respond with prayer and practical support.

    He and his wife, Lily, have two children and five grandchildren and live in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada.