Looking for specific ways to pray for us? This seven-day prayer list provides practical prayer points to help you make a difference on your knees.
Pray that God would open the eyes and ears of the spiritually blind and deaf that we are attempting to reach with the gospel.
Pray that God would prepare some FAT (faithful, available, and teachable) disciples that we could train and that will one day be able to train others.
Pray that God would fill us with the fruit of the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23) as we minister to others.
Pray that God would make us humble servants of the church in Uganda and that we would be free from pride.
Pray that God would give us wisdom as we seek more effective strategies for reaching the lost and ministering to the church.
Pray that the church in Uganda would experience revival.
Pray that God would use us to get Ugandans to turn their backs on bad theology and prosperity gospel.
Pray that us and the Ugandan church would be effective witnesses to Muslims.
Pray that God would use us to give the Ugandan church a missionary burden for the many unreached people groups in Uganda.
Pray that God would raise up more trained pastors for the Uganda church so that there is less of a burden on us and on current pastors.
Pray that God would give us good health.
Pray that God would keep us safe in driving and flying.
Pray that God would protect us from thieves and bandits.
Pray that God would bring peace to Uganda as areas are in the midst of war and civil unrest; pray also that God would provide food for the starving.
Pray that God would protect both us and Muslim converts from Muslims seeking to harm Christians.
Pray that God would bless us with strong fellowship with other believers - both Ugandans and Americans.
Pray that God would enable us to learn the language and culture of Uganda well.
Pray that we would speak encouraging and helpful words to our fellow missionaries rather than cutting and hurtful words.
Pray that we would be the body of Christ to one another with every part doing its proper work; pray that they might love their neighbors as themselves.
Pray that we stay reminded of the height and depth and length and breadth of the love of Christ has for us.
Pray that God would keep us safe from Satanic attack.
Pray that God would keep us from discouragement and from doubting the power of God.
Pray that we would put on the full armor of God (Eph. 6:10-18) every day so that we can stand against Satan.
Pray that God protects us from loneliness.
Pray that we pursue righteousness and flee from all evil.
Pray that our marriage would be strong and an example to the Ugandans we are serving.
Pray that our children would continue to know Christ at an early age and be faithful disciples of Jesus.
Pray that our children would know they are deeply loved by their parents; pray that the children would not miss their friends and family too much.
Pray that God would helps us set the proper priorities in spending enough time together as a family.
Pray that God would provide the finances for us to leave and remain on the field.
Pray that we come into the presence of God and worship Him on the Lordâ€™s Day tomorrow.
Pray that what we are preaching and teaching tomorrow might lead some into the kingdom of God and others into maturity in Christ.
Pray that we might succeed at our greatest mission: to love the Lord God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength.
Pray that we would hunger and thirst for the Word of God and that God would satisfy our hunger as we read the Word.
Pray that the busyness of our lives would drive us to our knees in prayer instead of driving us to busier activity.
Pray that many would be burdened to faithfully intercede for us.