A TIME TO PRAY FOR THE PERSECUTED
On the first Sunday of each November, the global Church unites to intercede for Christians facing persecution for their faith.
This year, the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP) falls on November 5th. Millions will be standing together in prayer on this day.
We invite you and your church to join in and we encourage you to include Iran in your prayers.
PRAY FOR IRAN: FREE RESOURCES
The following free digital prayer resources will help you mobilize your church to pray:
‘Prayers from prison’: Download and print this prayer guide and allow four Iranian Christians who have faced persecution themselves to guide you in prayer for those currently suffering in Iran.
Got just a few minutes to pray? Use this single slide in your church meeting to pray through four core prayers needs
Got a few minutes more? Use these four slides in your church meeting and let our four Iranian Christian friends guide you in prayer.
Pray along with Iranian Christian, Sara in this 3-minute video as she passionately prays for those suffering for Jesus’ name.
Lead corporate intercession with this pre-written prayer for those suffering.
These resources can be used either in a Sunday service or in a prayer meeting, in small groups or large. Whether you pray on the designated day of IDOP, or set aside time on another day in November, you will be interceding in unity with Christians around the world.
OTHER COUNTRIES ON YOUR HEART?
WANT TO GO DEEPER AFTER THE DAY OF PRAYER?
If you feel prompted to discover more following the IDOP, here are three ideas:
Listen to our Jesus Speaks Farsi podcast to gain deeper insight into how the Lord is at work in the Persian-speaking church
Download and pray through our Iran 30 prayer guide, to pray for the nation of Iran and her church. You could encourage your small group to pray for Iran together. (If you would like to receive a hard copy, please request one via firstname.lastname@example.org).
Subscribe to receive our monthly prayer email, including latest prayer needs and encouraging stories from the Iranian church
Thank you for praying.