Pray for An Emerging Church in the Persian Gulf Region

Do you like to hear about unreached Muslims embracing Christ? It is rare, but far more common as the final harvest continues in the 21st Century. There is a team of missionaries working among Muslims in the eastern portion of the Persian Gulf. They have managed to win more [...]

A Painful Solution to Iran’s Ongoing Water Shortage

In 2021, January was Iran’s driest month on record since 1983. March and October were also very dry, though November was wet. In the 21st Century, Iran has lost over 200 cubic kilometers of its total water storage and there is no end in sight. Iran is a nation [...]

July Was a Month of Turmoil in Libya

Population: 6,412,000 Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam Christian: 3.2% Persecution Ranking: 4 July was a month of violent protests in Libya. Fed up with self-centered leadership, protesters took to the streets in the capital of Tripoli and other Libyan cities starting July 2. Protesters stormed the parliament’s headquarters and set [...]

Building Collapses In Iran

“I thought that it was an earthquake at first,” said Ahmad, a shop owner in Abadan, Iran. Then he found out that a building under construction had collapsed just above his head. The lower floor of the building was completed, and people were shopping when the event occurred on [...]

Music Makers Hold the Key to Iranian Hearts

Last month we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day. Did you know that one of the primary ways he won Ireland to Christ in 15 years was through music? Music is the language of the heart. That was especially true for the Irish in the 5th Century, and for the Iranians [...]

Project Impact | December 2021

Dear 10/40 Window Prayer Partner, Christmas greetings to you and your family. Anxious Afghan citizens watched in horror as the Taliban overran their country in August 2021. Young Afghans have flocked to our WIN Facebook pages for comfort ever since. The world may have forgotten Afghanistan already, yet we, at Window International Network, [...]

Breakthrough in Syria

We almost never hear good news coming out of Syria, a nation wracked by a seemingly never-ending civil war. Yet in the darkness, Christ can shine His light the brightest! There is a woman in Syria who put her trust in Jesus Christ and called her brother in Libya [...]

Lebanon: Without Power

Historically Lebanon had well-managed power outages. It was clear that they did not have the fuel or the infrastructure to sustain power 24/7, so they adjusted. Businesses that needed refrigeration, for example, used generators, and life continued. The fuel shortage that began in the early summer might be the [...]

Water is scarce in Iraq

The human body is 60 percent water; there are good reasons why we need it. It is a well-known fact that the human body can only survive for about three days without water. For this reason, water is critical for life in dry climates. Iraqis live in a hot, [...]

Cote D’Ivoire Breakthrough

Last month we prayed for a woman who was using the marketplace in Ghana as a way to reach people for Christ. This month we have another effort that is happening in Cote d’Ivoire, a country just to the west of Ghana. In both cases, people see how Christ [...]

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