Photo: Christian Reformed World Missions
On the final Saturday morning, a group of about 45 people climbed the Soroti Rock in Uganda to pray.
Photo by Christian Reformed World Missions

Participants in Christian Reformed World Mission’s Global Prayer Safari gathered from Feb. 3-13, 2017, in Uganda, East Africa.

During the journey, local ministry leaders, CRWM missionaries, and North American volunteers lifted up  thousands of prayers to God.

“For ten days, we journeyed as a team, praying in prisons, hospitals, market places, government offices, radio stations, king’s palaces, street corners, schools, airports, and the Source of the Nile,” says Karen Lubbers who helped organize and plan much of this year’s Prayer Safari.

The team, which included about 40 people from ages 15 to 70 and had eight different nationalities represented, only had one task on this mission trip—a task to pray.

Click here to see photos and read testimonies from the Prayer Safari, which will take place next February in South Africa.

Below are some photos and testimonies that Karen gathered from the 2017 GPS event. Next year's Global Prayer Safari will take place in South Africa.