Eight in 10 Buddhists don’t know a Christian. They have no way to hear that their strivings can cease because Jesus offers the free gift of salvation through grace (not works) to all who believe. Some of you reading this might GO and share this Good News — and all of us can PRAY for a mighty movement of true peace to spread through Buddhist communities.
Please feel free to print and share this prayer guide. Tuck it in your Bible. Pass it out to your Sunday school class. Use it at your monthly prayer meeting. Print as many as you’d like — it’s our free gift to you so that Buddhists can receive the free gift of salvation.
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- We’ve gathered resources about interacting with Buddhists and engaging them in spiritual conversation on our Path to Peace page.
- He tried hard to be a good Buddhist, but found no peace there: Though Richard excelled at following the precepts, he still felt exhausted, worried, and insecure. Now he’s discovered true peace — and he can’t stop telling others about it.
- Intro to Buddhism: A three-part series covering basic Buddhist beliefs, symbols and traditions, and how to engage Buddhists in meaningful spiritual conversations.
- A shrine destroyed: A new believer rips down the idols in her home, even though she fears she could be cursed.
- She became a Buddhist nun to find freedom. 20 years later, she still felt trapped: Desperate to escape the pain of her childhood, she joined the temple. Now she shares how that life also brought bondage.
- ‘Your God answered our prayer’: Surely he who parted the Red Sea could clear the fog away to delight a band of weary hikers and show his might.
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