The Week of Prayer for North American Missions is a special, focused time of prayer for Southern Baptist missionaries serving through the North American Mission Board and the people they serve.
WMU is hosting online daily prayer experiences for each of the eight days of the week of prayer, March 6–13, 2022.
There are three easy ways you can join us in prayer for our North American missionaries:
- Subscribe to our free “News You Can Use” newsletter to have Week of Prayer news and prayer reminders delivered right to your inbox. Click here to subscribe today!
- Follow national WMU on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
- Bookmark this page and visit daily to join the interactive prayer experience and lift up missions personnel and needs around North America.
The week of prayer undergirds giving to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering, which is an annual offering collected to support North American missions. The 2022 goal for the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering is $70 million. When you give directly to this offering, 100 percent of your gifts support missionaries in North America.
The Week of Prayer for North American Missions is featured in the March 2022 issue of Missions Mosaic. You can download a nine-page insert from this issue that features prayer prompts for each day. Additional resources for the Week of Prayer for North American Missions and Annie Armstrong Easter Offering are available on anniearmstrong.com.
From March 6–13, national WMU is giving 20 percent of all WorldCrafts sales to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering!
United to Reach the Nations in Our Neighborhoods
Approximately 275 million people are estimated lost in North America. When we come together to reach the nations and our own neighborhoods, the church becomes a beautiful representation of God’s vision for every nation, tribe, and tongue to be saved and united in praise to Him. Through all our differences, we can be transformed and united by the unchanging, life-giving gospel of Jesus.
View and participate in the prayer experience led by Sandy Wisdom-Martin, executive director/treasurer, national WMU.