"Beware in your prayers, above everything else, of limiting God, not only by unbelief, but by fancying that you know what He can do. Expect unexpected things above all that we ask or think." —Andrew Murray
“If you are ever inclined to pray for a missionary, do it at once, wherever you are. Perhaps he [or she] may be in great peril at that moment.” —Amy Carmichael
"I believe it will only be known on the Last Day how much has been accomplished in missionary work by the prayers of earnest believers at home." —James Fraser
"To arouse one man or woman to the tremendous power of prayer for others is worth more than the combined activity of a score of average Christians." —A.J. Gordon
"Christians are an army without weapons, without war, without bloodshed, without anger. How countercultural the soldiers of this army are—an army of God-fearing old men, of God-beloved orphans... These make up a nonviolent army that contends with God." —Alan Kreider
“Let me put it this way: God will do, as a result of the praying of the humblest one here what otherwise He would not do.” —S. D. Gordon
Over one billion people, according to a report published within the past year by IMB, fall into the categories of unengaged and/or unreached with less than 2% Evangelical Christians and no active church planting within that group during the past two years....
Weekly in our little town in southern Mexico, early on Tuesday, we hear a distant airhorn. The “toot-toot” gets closer until finally it is at our door. It is a good sound: the trash truck! When it comes, we simply run the trash barrel out to the big stinky dump truck, toss the trash up to the...
“We have lost the eternal youthfulness of Christianity and have aged into calculating manhood. We seldom pray in earnest for the extraordinary, the limitless, the glorious. We seldom pray with real confidence for any good to the realization of which we cannot imagine in any way. And yet we...
"Since the days of Pentecost, has the whole church ever put aside every other work and waited upon Him for ten days, that the Spirit’s power might be manifested? We give too much attention to method and machinery and resources, and too little to the source of power." —J. Hudson Taylor