“We are deeply concerned with the indiscriminate bombings on civilians with destruction and death of innocent human life including women and children. We pray for protection for the millions of refugees fleeing into Europe. There is no justification for the attacks! We pray for Ukraine! We pray for Russia! We pray for a peaceful resolution between the leaders of these two countries.”

Rev. David Ro, Chair of Asia 2020 Congress, East Asia Lausanne Regional Director

“O sovereign Lord, our everlasting God who is over all nations, dominions, and powers, we stand before your throne of grace. Our hearts are broken with the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We beseech your intervention for peace and freedom. We pray that your justice will prevail. We pray for the laying down of weapons. We pray that your Word will bring comfort, peace, and reconciliation. We pray for the two million refugees who have fled the country. We pray for those in fear. We pray for their safety. We pray for the world leaders that you will give them wisdom and discernment to make wise decisions to bring the war to an end. Lord have mercy on us, we pray in the name of Jesus, the Prince of Peace.”

Rev Dr Patrick Fung, International Board member, Lausanne Movement

"Just like in any war in history, in Ukraine, children suffered the most. No matter which country spent the largest amount of money to finance this war, children in Ukraine paid the highest price. The church can not effort to stand on the side while millions of Ukrainian Children are suffering because of this war. I believe in the power of prayer. May God uses each one of us to be the answer for our prayers for the people of Ukraine.”

Dr. Bambang Budijanto, General Secretary of the Asia Evangelical Alliance

“We strongly condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It is a violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty as a nation. The war, which has caused massive devastation and the loss of innocent lives in Ukraine, has to stop! We join in praying for peace and justice to prevail in the region.”

Dr. Theresa R. Lua, General Secretary, Asia Theological Association

"We urge all Christians across the world to pray for peace, justice and reconciliation in Ukraine and to act sacrificially to care for the suffered ones in light of our hope in the resurrected Christ."

Rev. Dr. David Doong, General Secretary, Chinese Coordination Council of World Evangelization

"We condemn in the strongest terms the Russian attack on Ukraine and appeal for an end to this war and call for an unconditional ceasefire. The mounting loss of lives and the escalating suffering of the most vulnerable is heartbreaking as is the plight of the millions of internally displaced people who have been forced to leave their homes just to save their lives. War always exacts a very heavy human cost. We pray that the Church, the international community, and all people of goodwill shall come to the aid of the suffering at this time as well as for the restoration of peace. We continue to pray for the nations of Ukraine and Russia that the issues will be resolved by dialogue which is the only way forward."

Rev. Vijayesh Lal, General Secretary, Evangelical Fellowship of India

“We pray for peace and stability in Ukraine during these troubling times. We also pray for God's protection of the churches, missionaries, and the millions who are displaced due to the war. We pray for restraint and discernment in Russia. May he continue to strengthen and encourage his people in Ukraine.”

Rev. Jaehoon Lee, Chair, Korea Lausanne Committee, Senior Pastor of Onnuri Presbyterian Church

The war between Russia and Ukraine is the fact that the whole creation of God is mourning and suffering. By the way, we as the people of God are willing to participate in God's work of restoration and reconciliation. I appreciate your leadership to convene the Asian evangelical leaders to pray together and provide things they urgently need. Here is the prayer of Korean churches and Christians for the people of Ukraine and others. Most of the Korean missionaries to Ukraine have been involved in the relief ministry for the Ukrainians and the refuge. The Korean churches also help the Ukrainians as much as they can.

Heavenly Father, you are the one who creates the world and redeems the broken world and brings peace, reconciliation and divine healing. Amid the suffering and death of innocent people caused by the war in Ukraine, all Korean Christians and churches ask for divine intervention to cease the war and bring peace and restoration to the people and land of Ukraine. We pray you to give us wisdom and courage to take part in helping the people and the refugees in the devastated land. We pray in the name of Jesus.

Dr. Paul Choi, General Secretary, Korea Lausanne

"We are deeply concerned about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the bombing of civilians, including children. We strongly hope that President Putin will end the war and withdraw Russian troops and that the Russian and Ukrainian churches will be used as peacemakers. And we pray earnestly that the distrust and hostility of both sides will be restored to mutual trust and reconciliation by the Lord Jesus."

Dr. Masanori Kurasawa, Chair, Japan Lausanne

"The invasion of Ukraine by the Russian army is a blatant provocation and destruction of the world civilization order, hurting every heart, including the Chinese, who yearn for peace, causing anger! As Christians, we condemn all violence and are shocked and saddened by the destruction of many innocent lives and homes caused by the war! We pray for this war to end as soon as possible and are willing to do our part for peace to come, the comfort of the wounded, and the restoration of order!”

Rev. Ezra Jin, Pastor of Beijing Zion Church

“We are deeply concerned about the Russian invasion into Ukraine. The attack was evil that has brought multiple deaths and widespread destruction. We call upon the Russian leaders to stop the invasion so as not to incur the wrath of God upon their own country. May the mercy of God be upon the people of Ukraine and Russia!”

Rev. Gordon Siu, Advisory Pastor of North Point Alliance Church, Hong Kong

“Nothing good comes out of war rather death, hatred, destruction, therefore we pray that no party should attempt to impose their will through the use of might but to resolve differences through negotiation and in a spirit of generosity. “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the sons of God”. We pray for all world leaders involved to seek peaceful resolution at the earliest. We pray for God’s favour and intervention for those affected by this terrible and unnecessary war."

Wati Longkumer, General Secretary, India Missions Association

“This death and destruction must stop! We are earnestly praying in Sri Lanka for God's intervention.”

Ajith Fernando, Teaching Director, Youth for Christ, Sri Lanka.”

“Protect Ukraine from the agony of war and expedite its withdrawal from Russia. Pray that Russia, which has invaded Ukraine, will quickly withdraw its troops. May the war in Ukraine end soon and there will be no more casualties.”

Rev Ki-sung Yoo, Senior Pastor of Good Shepherd Church in Korea.

““The heart of God and our hearts are deeply grieved by the humanly inflicted suffering of innocent people through an unjustified war. Therefore, we are uniting in prayer and calling for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Ukraine. We pray and call for those who have initiated this violence to stand down and seek a peaceful resolution (Mathew 5:9).””

Dr Finny Philips, International Board Member of the Lausanne Movement, Principal of Filadelfia Bible College, Udaipur, India

“ As the body of Christ, we grieve this war that Russia has waged against the people of Ukraine. We mourn the deaths of innocent lives on both sides who don't support the war but are forced to sacrifice their lives. We pray for the peacemakers amongst the Churches who will work for God’s justice, peace, reconciliation and love. We pray for nations to open their borders to welcome the refugees fleeing this war. We pray for a miraculous change of hearts from the world leaders to act with wisdom, courage and justice. May they choose peace and humanity. ”

Pranitha Timothy and Rev Chadwick Mohan, Co-Regional Directors of the Lausanne Movement - South Asia

Asia Evangelical Alliance leaders will be praying for Ukraine.


Asia Evangelical Alliance would like to invite all our members (the National Evangelical Alliances and the Associate Members) to pray for the people of Ukraine, especially the children, women and the elderly, both inside the country and those seeking protection outside of Ukraine. Let's unite our hearts, cry out to the Lord for a few minutes for the people of Ukraine and for the churches in Ukraine. People can decide whether to pray individually or together with other people. We will come to the Lord together on March 14, 2022, at 14.00 (2.00 PM), Bangkok Time Zone.


Please share this invitation to STOP FOR A MOMENT, TO STOP EVIL AND SUFFERING THROUGH A JOINT PRAYERS, to as many brothers and sisters in Christ within your networks. Let’s Mercy flows.

Kumar Anand Kar


I express my grave concern about the war between Russia and Ukraine.many Common people.Soldeires and Gods children have lost their lives.also Creation of God has been destroyed.i do pray for the country of Ukraine let the Peace and Blessing of God be bestowed upon the people and country as a whole.my Prayer support is with people of Ukraine

Harka Bahadur Khadka

Former general secretary

Praying for peace in these countries

Rev. Dr. David T. Chow


We pray for Ukraine. We are grieved by the human suffering, especially innocent who are displaced and lost family and friends. We pray for children at risk, in fear, facing uncertainty, may God’s Spirit comfort them. Grant wisdom and compassion to Russian/Ukrainian leaders. May world leaders respond with grace and mercy. May Your reconciliation overcome hatred, conflict, and war and Your justice and peace prevail. May Ukrainian and Russian people look to the gospel of Jesus for hope.

Rev Dr Joshua Ting

Executive Vice President

We pray the wondrous love of God will touch the people and the land of Ukraine; bring healing and comfort to the hurt, the displaced, the miserable, the desperate, and the disappointed. We pray the redemptive grace of Christ will bring forgiveness and reconciliation among both the Ukrainians and the Russians. We pray the invasion will cease with God's sovereignty and intervention through the peace talk. May the glory of God flood the earth and everyone will know HE is God, the Lord of lords!

Takahito Timothy Iwagami

General Secretary, Japan Evangelical Association

Japan Evangelical Association is very concern about the Russian military invasion into Ukraine. We are crying to God for peace between Russia and Ukraine. It is time of lament and prayer for who are suffering in this terrible war. May the God of peace help us to be peacemakers in this world.

Eiko Takamizawa


May each life on this earth be valued and respected as His image whatever coutnry they are!!! Oh, Lord have mercy on us!

Ps. Anton Tarigan


My heart goes to all Ukraine people. May God grant them strength and peaceful heart despite in the middle of the war. I pray may God grant heavenly wisdom and strategy for President Zelensky so he may continue to lead the country in this particular critical time to bring victory to the Ukraine I pray that Holy spirit touch the heart of Mr. Putin to stop the war and willing to have a peaceful negotiation. In Jesus name, Amin

Seth S. Kim

Rev. Dr.

As the global Body of Christ, we unite together in prayer and intercede for God's shalom to come upon Ukraine. May our Almighty God provide His protection for the citizens of Ukraine, and especially for those who are the most vulnerable. We pray that there will be a halt to the violence and chaos. Comfort those who have already lost loved ones and those who are displaced. Give the global leaders wisdom and decisiveness of action to bring peace to this region. Amen.

Som Chanmony

Executive Director

Pray for REAL Peace and END of War Pray that GOD will hold president Valdimar Putin accountable for his decision to invade and started WAR on Ukraine

David Lim

Board Chairman

As advocates for world peace, we ask the global Body of Christ to pray imprecatory prayers against Putin (like Ps. 109) as we condemn Russia’s unjustifiable invasion of Ukraine. He launched an attack on freedom, democracy and truth in disregard of the territorial integrity of Ukraine. Let's pray that Putin will stop this war and withdraw his troops immediately. May God grant wisdom to world leaders to respond generously in support of the Ukrainians. May Christ's peace prevail in our world. Amen.

Asiri Fernando


"This war has been an outright rebellion against God right from its outset. We earnestly pray for the refugees, humanitarian corridors and efforts to negotiate ceasefires"

Rev. Dr. Sangbok David Kim

President Emeritus Torch Trinity Seminary, Seoul Korea; former Chair of WEA,

O Lord, open the eyes of Putin to see his own folly which destroys a peaceful nation and needlessly kills innocent people and young lives of both countries. Jesus, Prince of Peace, we pray for the peace restored between the two nations.


If your National Alliance, Church Networks, Denomination, Organization, your local church or yourself would like to make financial contributions to help the victims of this war, please do not hesitate to contact me. I could share with you the contact details and bank account of some Pastors (church/ministries) who are currently helping the displaced people, unaccompanied children, and refugees inside Ukraine. You could send your financial contributions directly to them through Western Union.

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