Want more guided and current prayer requests for Chad and its people? Here are some of our latest prayer guides.  

Praying Like Paul During Ramadan

April 4, 2022

Ramadan began just the other day and goes from April 1- April 30.  It is considered to be the most sacred month on the Islamic calendar, commemorating the revelation of the Quran....


Praying Like Paul for Chad

March 17, 2022

Without a doubt, the apostle Paul was unique.  He was a tent-making Pharisee, a missionary theologian, a seasoned traveler, an oft-beaten sailor, a Scripture-writing prisoner, a church-loving member, a fearless preacher, a death-defying servant and a scar-displaying saint...

Courage, Credibility, and Clarity

January 25, 2022 


 "Let it be known to all of you and to all the people of Israel that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified, whom God raised from the dead—by him this man is standing before you well...

Psalm 67 (Part 4/4) May Our Prayers Increase

December 7, 2021


Encouraging you to pray more and more effectively is our desire.  Over the last few months, we have been using Psalm 67 to do just that. At the center of this Psalm, is a heartfelt biblically rooted plea to God, that he, himself, would let all nations join in glad and joyful praise to Him...

Psalm 67 (Part 3/4) What Do We Long for Chadians to Know?

 October 21, 2021


This is now our 3rd plea to pray for Chad using Psalm 67.  Did you realize Psalm 67 has so much to offer as fodder for your prayers for Chad? Clearly, Psalm 67 leads us to pray and cry out for the nations to experience joy and gladness and be overcome with praise...

Psalm 67 (Part 2/4) A Surprising Way to Pray

September 21, 2021


Two weeks ago, we reminded you why we have titled this website, “Let Chad Be Glad”.  It flows from Psalm 67’s plea to pray for the nation’s gladness and applying it to one of those nations, Chad...

Psalm 67 (Part 1/4) Why Pray Psalm 67?

September 3, 2021

If it is not clear from the title of this website, our hoped-for prayer is that CHAD would be GLAD.  “Let Chad Be Glad” is less a catchy slogan and much more a heartfelt biblically rooted plea to God...