First Friday Prayer Focus
A day of fasting and prayer each month for revival and for those in authority (1 Tim. 2:1). Participants are encouraged to make Friday–especially the first Friday of the month–a day of special emphasis on revival in the church. This emphasis is our modern expression of a National Prayer Accord.
First Nations Monday
The purpose of First Nations Monday is to encourage Native American leaders, prayer coordinators, independent intercessory prayer groups, organizations and churches to join together in prayer the first Monday of each month for Native Ministry. “By praying for one another,” says Jeny Covill of First Nations Monday, “there will be an increase of prayer support for each ministry, as well as an increase in Native Ministry awareness around the country.” If you, your organization or ministry would like to be included in First Nations Monday, contact Jeny Covill at email@example.com@cyberport.net Intercessors For America will send monthly updates on First Nations Monday to anyone who subscribes to the Native American Prayer Alert.
The Year of Prayer for America’s Cities
Hosted by Urban Harvest Ministries, join us and others around our nation and the world in Prayer for America’s Cities!
Global Day of Prayer
June 12, 2011
In 2010, millions of Christians from 204 nations united in prayer.
On Pentecost Sunday, June 12, 2011, the nations of the world will once again unite in the Global Day of Prayer. This event will begin on June 2 with 10 Days of Prayer followed by 90 Days of Blessing.
Call to Prayer for the Poor & Suffering
June 14, 2011
There are countless needs across the globe and the rising numbers of the poor and oppressed continue to grow rapidly. Join with men and women of faith from around the world as we lift up impoverished families and intercede on behalf of millions live from the Brooklyn Tabernacle. This special prayer service will be led by pastor/teacher Jim Cymbala. Visit www.prayforhope.com to learn more.
Cry Out America
September 11, 2011
On September 11, 2001, America was shaken to its foundations by a series of surprise terrorist attacks. All of us were awakened to the new reality of global terrorism. Eight years later our nation needs to be awakened again, not just to the threats of terrorism, but to our critical spiritual condition.
See You At the Pole
September 28, 2011
See You at the Pole is a student-led, student-initiated movement of prayer that revolves around students praying together on the third Wednesday of September, usually before school and usually at the school’s flagpole. It involves students in elementary schools, middle/junior high schools, high schools, and colleges/ universities all over the world. Teachers and Parents often pray in support of the students on campus by gathering nearby, at their places of work or worship, or at city halls.
Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem
October 2, 2011
The Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem is held on the first Sunday of every October with a call for sustained, fervent, informed and global intercession for the plans and purposes of God for Jerusalem and all her people. This worldwide grassroots prayer initiative coincides with the season of Yom Kippur, recognizing the Jewish roots of the Christian faith. It has been instituted with the endorsement of Christian leaders of all denominations and differing politics from around the world.
These Christian Leaders recognize that Scripture consistently and repeatedly calls us to pray for the Peace of Jerusalem and the current tragedy, bloodshed, and loss of life in both sides of this conflict warrant at least one day of unified intercession from the worldwide Church for this strategic spiritual location. Over 72 nations participated in representing tens of millions of Christians in united prayer during its first international observance, and each year, the number grows.
The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
November 13, 2011
The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP) is a global day of intercession for persecuted Christians worldwide. Its primary focus is the work of intercessory prayer and citizen action on behalf of persecuted communities of the Christian faith. We also encourage prayer for the souls of the oppressors, the nations that promote persecution, and those who ignore it.
We believe that prayer changes things. Exactly what happens is a mystery of faith. God invites us to present to Him our requests and to pray without ceasing. Persecuted Christians often plead for prayer to help them endure. The most we can do is the least we can do: pray.
Other 2011 Events:
Convoy of Hope US Outreach
Convoy of Hope, a partner of the National Day of Prayer Task Force, is an international compassion ministry that feeds 18,000 children a day, conducts community outreaches in 30 – 50 cities each year, and responds to disasters around the world. More than 25 million people have received significant help and heard that Jesus loves them. Convoy of Hope’s community outreaches offer free groceries, medical and dental screenings, job information, haircuts and more. The organization has worked in 103 countries, providing food, clean drinking water, vitamins, shelter and more. Recognized as one of the leaders in frontline ministries, Convoy of Hope is working to build unity in communities across the world. For more information or to get involved, go to convoyofhope.org.
Our mission is to visit every State Capitol in the USA, plus the Nation’s Capitol — one each week, in 2011 — for the express purpose of uniting American Christians in historic, public, communion services; thus preparing ourselves, and our nation, for the coming spiritual awakening, and a return to the Christian values that framed our constitution.
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God Save America
Join Dr. Youssef in praying for our nation from July to November, 2011.
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