(Indonesia)—Thirteen percent of the world's Muslim population lives in Indonesia, while just fifteen percent of the country's population is Christian. (Credit Reuters Oka Barta Daud)Teresa Neumann (Nov 5, 2013)

“God is showing me that He has chosen Asia as the epicenter for the next might move of God—[He] has heard the cries of the Indonesian Church and seen the tears and the blood of her saints poured out like a river.” -Leslie Keegel, World Prayer Assembly

(Indonesia)—Thirteen percent of the world’s Muslim population lives in Indonesia, while just fifteen percent of the country’s population is Christian. (Credit: Reuters/Oka Barta Daud)

Those statistics put into perspective the fact that an intercessory prayer movement hoping to bring revival and improve relations between Islamic and Protestant believers in that country is exploding.

According to a Christian Post report, five million Christians are participating in non-stop prayer through hundreds of Indonesian cities, “focusing their prayers on the government, media, youth, and social and religious issues of concern.”

The World Prayer Assembly notes that since 2009, when the “spiritual awakening effort” began, hundreds of thousands of Christians have gathered together to pray.

“God is showing me that He has chosen Asia as the epicenter for the next might move of God—the great revival the Church has been waiting and praying for,” said Leslie Keegel, of the World Prayer Assembly.


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