Wycliffe’s World Day of Prayer is a global celebration of:
Thanksgiving — as we remember who God is and how He has done the seemingly impossible…again and again.
Joy — as we recognize how God continues to open doors and hearts to accomplish His mission.
Dependence — as we acknowledge that all that we have and are is because of God.
God is sovereign and almighty, yet He has invited us to participate with Him in his mission. Prayer is an essential facet of that participation and keeps us rooted in our relationship with Him.
There is a long tradition of Wycliffe staff, colleagues and local churches praying together on behalf of Bible translation. Every day, around the world, people are praying for the Bible translation movements, for the impact of God’s Word on individuals and communities, and for language communities who don’t yet have His Word. But one day a year, November 11, we make a special effort to come together in prayer, united in hearts and minds in all our diverse contexts and locations.
Read more at Wycliffe Global Alliance's page here.
Wycliffe Singapore will be celebrating World Day of Prayer on 22 November, 2018.