Praying for your Community


We would like to see your community transformed. 

In The Lord's Prayer we pray "Your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven". But as I look around communities today I see a lot of people living a very different lifestyle. 

I know you care about people coming to faith in Jesus.  That is why you are at this website.

I have seen a real change in our community over the past year which I can only attribute to people praying together -- in person, through social media and by phone.

I'd like to encourage you to watch this video which gives ideas that can transform your church, neighbourhood or apartment block.

Four Types of Prayer

 Contents:

  • Daily 1-on-1 Prayer can raise up a crazy amount of prayer for your community. It is so simple, that you can get started right after watching the webinar.
  • Just In Time Prayer takes a little more time to set up, but is invaluable for transforming critical events.
  • Bartimaeus Prayers have a special place for people who are far from God.
  • Upper Room Gatherings build vision and faith. 

Links:  Celebration Sheet

 

Before you go, can we join in prayer?

"Lord Jesus, I pray for our community.  Each of the people in our community are important to you Lord Jesus.  You died so that each of them could experience freedom and eternal life.  You desire for each of them to be saved.

Now help us to raise up a team of people who will interceed for the community.  People who are willing to put feet on their prayers.  People who will work together to glorify you by showing love and care for their neighbours.  People who are eager to share how you are transforming their character and blessing their lives.  

Show us Lord how you want us to work together so that "your Kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven" grips our lives and the lives of those around us.

We will give you all the praise and glory, because we know that without the work of your Holy Spirit nothing lasting will happen in our community. 

Amen."

 

by Bob Prouty