Talking with our heavenly Father is an essential part of our relationship with Him. The resources, and opportunities on this site are to encourage you, your friends and groups of people to pray. A key focus is praying for the community you live in. The prayer membership site is for leaders of groups who have committed to pray for their community. A group can be as small as 2 or 3 and as large as a church. Resources will be added regularly so check back often!
Prayerwalking is a lot what it sounds like. It’s the act of praying while you walk – being both aware of what you’re seeing/experiencing as you walk and pray – praying for God’s presence and purpose to be realized by the people you’re seeing, and in the homes and businesses you pass by.
Author: Ed Silvoso
Ed Silvoso weaves together the solid biblical basis and practical outworking of how to reach entire cities for Christ. He presents a working model for reaching each city through his own personal battle scars and triumphant victories. Every believer will be challenged and equipped for leading seekers into the kingdom of God.
Author: Cynthia Bezek
Connection and communication are vital in relationships, but what about in your relationship with God? Is it more of a duty than a delight? In this 6-session Bible study, the first in a series from Pray! Resources, you’ll discover greater joy and intimacy.
Author: Marcus Verbrugge
Genesis may not be the first book that comes to mind when you think of prayer, but nuggets of wisdom buried in this unlikely book can help to give you a fresh perspective on how to pray effectively. Marcus Verbrugge shares his insights in Beginnings, one man’s personal journey of discovering how to pray from the beginning. Use it for small group discussion, as a devotional, or just read it as a single volume. This book will inspire, educate and challenge you toward a richer, deeper, and more intimate prayer life as you dive into Genesis, and find yourself growing ever closer to God.
As a result of the growing worldwide prayer movement, powerful changes have taken place in the Church and in scattered cities transformations beyond anything imaginable only a few years ago. Of the revelations to come out of this movement, perhaps the most dramatic and promising is the rediscovery of biblical principles for changing the spiritual climate over entire cities and regions.