Guinea Experiences Another Plague – Ebola Outbreak

Guinea experiences another plague – Ebola outbreak

Ebola has raised its ugly head again in Guinea. The government has declared an epidemic and has already started contact tracing. The previous Ebola outbreak in Guinea killed 2,500.


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Eradicate human trafficking

This July, Window International Network explores the top reasons for human trafficking to thrive in the 10/40 Window region.  WIN will launch a full-scale intercessory prayer war on this evil practice.



Making a Difference

We ask you to pray for our Christian Brothers and Sisters in the 10/40 Window and financially partner with us to bring God-ordained transformation to this region.

Explore the 10/40 Window

The 10/40 Window is located from 10 degrees south to 40 degrees north of the equator. There are 69 nations across northern Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia in the 10/40 Window. Nearly 4 billion people live here, including 90 percent of the world’s poorest of the poor. It is estimated that 1.6 billion of these people have never had the chance to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ – not even once.


Iran Blames Israel For Attack

Iran blames Israel for attack on its nuclear enrichment site

Iran suffered a blackout Sunday at its underground Natanz atomic facility, calling it an act of “nuclear terrorism.” Iran immediately blamed Israel for the failure at its facility. Iran has not released many details about the attack.


Western Sahara’s Potential Sovereignty in Jeopardy

Western Sahara’s potential sovereignty in jeopardy

The Sahrawi people of Western Sahara are once again political pawns between major powers attempting to determine their fate.A narrow strip of land south of Morocco bordering the Atlantic Ocean has been for 25 years trying to gain a say in a referendum about its future status.

“Prayer moves the hand of God.

Once there is sustained, strategic, and informed prayer in the 10/40 Window, we will witness massive numbers of unreached people coming to Christ. Pray that it will happen in our generation.”

-Beverly Pegues