For the Presidential election on December 19.
About homosexuals and the laws that forbid discrimination on homosexuals.
For the true meaning of Christmas to be shared with non-Christians, especially among the people in poverty.
About immorality in Korea. The number of people involved in adultery, pre-marital sex, commonwealth in college, swopping are increasing. This also means 'more abortions' of unwanted babies.
About the gift-giving to churches when Christians are appointed to be elders or deacons. Churches expect them to give expensive gifts, such as pipe organs or construction expense.
For the doors to the Gospel to open in China. Many of over 100 missionaries who were deported last summer used to be in Uygur, China.
For the children in Nigeria whose health has been seriously affected by a medicine, called Trovan, developed by Pfizer, a multi-national pharmacy company.
For Muslims to be converted to Christianity. A survey done by Fuller Theological Seminary's Cultural Study Department shows that a Christian can be a good witness when his private life matches what he believes.
About the presidential candidates who consult with fortune-tellers or give sacrifices through shamans in order for them to become a president.
For Christians who serve their churches out of unhealthy motives.
For Koreans to have more interest in and commitment to unification. The sooner Korea is unified, the lower unification expenses it will cost, a recent research showed.
For the Christian parents in Korea who aspire more for their children to be highly educated than non-Christian parents do. A survey shows that Christians are influenced by secular values.
For the laws of protection for North Korean escapees
For the Muslim students in Korea to encounter with Jesus Christ through our prayers, loving care, and spiritual warfare.
For wise and strategic policies to be made by Korean government about the result of the last Korea-U.S. FTA talk.
For the girls from poor families in Nepal who have been sold into prostitution. Raise political leaders in Nepal who have fear of God and can stop this evil crime.
For people in Korea to commit themselves to helping to restore gambling addicts and to prevent gambling. Help the Korean government encourage healthy leisure activities.
For the translation of two excellent books, "Economics of Jubilee" and " Power in the Land" by Land and Liberty Research Institution. Also for their work on high school economics textbook and project for the ideas about future economic reformation for North Korea.
For Yuha, a five-year-old, who lost her mother last January and now suffers from the fear of losing other family members. Also for her younger brother, Jinto, a 3-year-old.
For the righteous economic policies in Korea so that people may be discouraged to be involved in land speculation, high-interest loans, bribery and so on
For Land Justice Civilians' Coalition who have passed their evaluations to the media (and public) on the land policies of presidential candidates
For the translation of the Bible for Chinese young people (ages: 15-25) and of the old testament for people in Butan.
For the Holy Spirit seminar at Intercoop's Senior Vision School in Jeju Island (Brother Joseph Kwon and sister Euodia Hong will speak during this seminar)
For the showing of the movie, "Jesus," in Bosnia from December 20, 2007 to January 10, 2008 with Christmas gifts to be presented to Bosnian children.