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Intro to Buddhism, part 2: Symbols and traditions

Buddha statue Every wonder how Buddhists use those beautiful prayer flags? Or why some Buddhas look cheery and others look solemn? Our Intro to Buddhism series continues with a look at symbols and traditions, plus an overview of key holidays. Read the whole story

The Path to Peace

The lotus flower, rooted in mud, grows and blossoms above the swamp in beauty and purity. This Buddhist image conveys peace in the midst of life’s hard realities. Many long to be like the lotus, to escape pain, to transcend trials, to find happiness and inner peace.

But in the end, even the lotus flower will fade, rot, and become part of the swamp from which it grew. Ironically, that is an accurate picture of the goal of Buddhism, which is to eliminate the “self” or the ego. Peace in Buddhism means being one with the universe, but it also means your hopes, dreams, longings, and desires have to be curtailed—even your desire for peace. Jesus offers a peace that is complete, perfect, and full. The Prince of Peace came to put us back into a right relationship with our Creator God. He gives true peace, the longing of our souls.

The Bible says, “The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God stands forever.” The lotus flower might be a beautiful symbol, but it represents a belief system that does not offer true peace. Throughout the world, SEND workers bring Jesus’ offer of peace to Buddhists. Here, you'll find their stories and prayer and other resources so that you, too, can be involved in helping Buddhists journey the path to peace.


7-day prayer guide for your Buddhist friends and neighbors

30 Days of Prayer for Isaan prayer guide for one of Thailand’s least-reached people groups

Joshua Project’s unreached Buddhist people groups information

Change the Map’s Instagram prayer feedexclusively about Buddhists


On the field: SEND missionaries engage the unreached in more than 20 countries across the globe. We work together in teams, supporting one another in ministry and in growth in Christ. We mentor new missionaries to help them learn to make disciples in their new culture. Explore our opportunities to make disciples among the unreached.


SEND’s Buddhist ministries: Use these ministry guides to learn more about our work in countries with Buddhist populations.

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