Note: Those ministries with a member on the Working Committee of America’s National Prayer Committee are notated with an (NPC).
Disclaimer: The listing of organizations on these pages does not necessarily imply endorsement by America’s National Prayer Committee or its members.
Alive Ministries: PROJECT PRAY
Project Pray is a prayer resource ministry offering Schools of Prayer and Prayer Mobilization. Schools are offered that are content focused, others which are action-oriented and experienced based, and training is offered for prayer leadership development in the local church. P. Douglas Small, President of Alive Ministries: PROJECT PRAY is also the Liaison for Prayer Ministries for the Church of God denomination. And he currently serves as the field director for Cry Out America, an national interdenominational effort which aims to see awakening rallies take place in every county in the nation. The ministry produces a number of resources and books on prayer.
Alive Ministries: PROJECT PRAY
Contact: P. Douglas Small
P. O. Box 1245
Kannapolis, NC 28082
America’s National Prayer Committee (NPC)
America’s National Prayer Committee is the sponsor of this website. The NPC seeks to give servant leadership to the growing prayer movement across the United States. It does that in a number of areas, including: bringing prayer leaders together to pray, monitor events and strategize; sponsoring events and conferences; providing speakers; and maintaining this website. For more information, contact:
America’s National Prayer Committee
619 Washington Ave.
Terre Haute, IN 47802
Fax: (812) 235-6646
People to Contact: David Butts, chairman;
Dean Gambill, webmaster
America Praying On-Line
America Praying On-Line is a community of individuals who share a common faith in prayer, Jesus Christ and have a genuine concern for you and your family. The mission of America Praying On-Line (APOL), first and foremost, is to unite the American family into a lasting relationship with God through prayer and to bring our great nation back to the Christian principles upon which it was built. They do this through a website that includes opportunities to leave prayer requests or prayers for other requests. Articles on prayer and links to other sites are also included. For more information, contact:
Awakening Prayer – One in a Million (NPC)
The One in a Million call to pray for revival in the church and spiritual awakening across our land is a ministry of the Southern Baptist Convention. The www.OneinaMillionPrayer.com Web site is a vehicle for sharing stories of what God is doing to bring revival and how He is answering prayer as an encouragement to the rest of the body of Christ. While sponsored by SBC, this initiative is not limited to Southern Baptists. Link arms today and share what God is doing in your sphere of influence. When you register you may choose to receive a weekly prayer focus that includes a printer friendly daily prayer guide for awakening.
For more information, contact:
Click here to Share your revival story
Bible Prayer Fellowship
Bible Prayer Fellowship is training families, small groups and churches to unite in prayer claiming the presence of Christ, trusting Him to actively take charge, change each one as He sees fit and bring the group into harmony with our Father in heaven and with one another. Its website has a leader”s guide for this training. Bible Prayer Fellowship also distributes a book written by its director, Oliver W. Price, The Power of Praying Together: Experiencing Christ Actively in Charge (Kregel Publications), which explains this concept of Christ-centered prayer more fully. It also publishes a free monthly paper called Revival Insights, distributes cassette messages, and produces for Christian radio stations “God Save America,” a one minute call to prayer for revival. For more information, contact:
Called to Serve Prayer Ministry (NPC)
Coming alongside pastors and church “prayer ministry” leaders to provide encouragement and equipping, the “prayer coaches” of Called to Serve believe it is as fundamentally vital to the effectiveness of the local church’s “prayer ministry” to have a basic goal and “game-plan” as it is for any championship sports team!
While most churches may have a “prayer ministry”, Dennis and Betty Jo Conner believe most have not yet identified what the over-arching goal of that ministry is to be; and Jesus Christ’s words in Matthew, Mark, and Luke make it clear that “…My house shall be called a house of prayer…” So the goal of Called to Serve is to assist the church pastor and leadership in the recommendation and implementation of “key” prayer-based steps that God can use to grow “people-of-prayer” into a “house-of-prayer”!
We invite you to review our website and contact us if the leadership and members of your church are hungry to experience a greater sense-of-connection with the Lord “in prayer”. Becoming a “house of prayer” honors God, and His Word promises that He will honor those who honor Him. (1 Samuel 2:30)
Campus Renewal Ministries
Campus Renewal Ministries is dedicated to glorifying God and seeking revival on college campuses by uniting college ministries in prayer, worship and evangelism. For more information, contact:
Campus Renewal Ministries
PO Box 201016
Austin, TX 78720-1016
People to Contact: Jeremy Story, president
CPLN – Church Prayer Leaders Network (NPC)
The need for CPLN has grown out of the broad-based prayer movement over the last three decades. CPLN is rooted in the local church. Fueled by the 24-hour worship and intercession ministry of local churches at the World Prayer Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, CPLN is an association by local churches and for local churches. The goal is the return of passionate and powerful prayer in local churches across America.
CPLN was begun as a ministry of the World Prayer Center and the National Association of Evangelicals, in association with Mission America, the National Coalition of Men’s Ministries and Pray! Magazine.
It is headed by Jonathan Graf at Harvest Prayer Ministries.
For more information, contact:
College of Prayer (NPC)
The vision of the College of Prayer is to mentor leaders who will reach a lost world through a revived church. The College is currently held on three campuses: (1) Georgia, (2) Beulah Beach, Ohio (outside Toledo), and (3) Canada. In order to be a certified graduate of the College of Prayer, you must complete nine modules, taking three modules a year over a three-year period. Each module is taught over a 3-day period. The College utilizes some of the greatest teachers on prayer at each of its modules, including: David Bryant, Wesley Duewel, Al Vander Griend, and Armin Gesswein. For more information, contact Rev. Fred Hartley.
Woerner World Ministries
505 S. Flager Drive, Suite 606
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
6101 W. Lake Rd.
Vermilion, OH 44089
307 Christine Dr.
Midland, Ontario, L4R 5A4
Eddie and Alice Smith Ministries (NPC)
Eddie and Alice Smith Ministries in Houston, Texas is committed to disciple the nations. Eddie and Alice Smith, president and executive director, are internationally-known conference speakers and best-selling authors. Their books include: Beyond the Veil: Entering into Intimacy with God Through Prayer; Intercessors: How to Understand and Unleash Them for God’s Glory; Intercessors and Pastors: The Emerging Partnership of Watchmen and Gatekeepers; Spiritual Advocates: How to Plead the Case of Others in Prayer; How to Be Heard in Heaven; Making Sense of Spiritual Warfare; Spiritual Intimacy; Drawing Closer to God’s Heart: A Totally Practical, Non-Religious Guide to Prayer; and many more (Available at www.prayerbookstore.com)
Eddie and Alice Smith Ministries
7710-T Cherry Park Dr., PMB 224
Houston, TX 77095
Phone: (713) 466-4009
Fax: (713) 466-6533
People to Contact: Eddie Smith, president; Alice Smith, executive director; Robert Smith, vice-president operations; Ashlee Smith, office administrator
Frontline Ministries (NPC)
Tom and Terri White provide ministry to the Body in three areas: 1) conference and retreat speaking on devotional prayer, intercession, prayer evangelism and spiritual warfare, 2) facilitation of Prayer Summits (in conjunction with International Renewal Ministries), and church and city-wide prayer retreats and gatherings, and 3) consultation on city-reaching strategies for city prayer movements. Tom has also produced two books: The Believer’s Guide to Spiritual Warfare (a practical tool for individuals, families and churches), and Breaking Strongholds: How Spiritual Warfare Sets Captives Free (instruction on prayer evangelism).
P.O. Box 786
Corvallis OR 97339-0786
Fax: (541) 754-4140
People to Contact: Tom White, president; Terri White
Global Harvest Ministries
An arm of the United States Prayer Track of the AD2000 and Beyond Movement, Global Harvest Ministries seeks to inform and network intercessors in the U.S. and around the world. It sponsors conferences on prayer and spiritual warfare, and publishes resources for churches and prayer warriors. For more information, contact:
Global Harvest Ministries
P.O. Box 63060
Colorado Springs, CO 80962
Fax: (719) 262-9920
People to Contact: C. Peter Wagner, president; Doris Wagner, executive director
Harvest Prayer Ministries (NPC)
Harvest Prayer Ministries assists churches in establishing stronger prayer ministries. Under the leadership of David and Kim Butts, Harvest Prayer Ministries provides resources and seminars that encourage prayer in the local church. For more information, contact:
People to Contact: David Butts, Kim Butts
H.O.P.E. Ministries (Houses of Prayer Everywhere) (NPC)
A ministry of Harvest Prayer Ministries, H.O.P.E., helps churches in the area of prayer evangelism, by establishing houses where people pray for their neighbors. A part of the Lighthouse Movement, H.O.P.E. provides training and materials to sustain a strong prayer evangelism ministry within the local church. For more information, contact:
Hollywood Prayer Network (NPC)
Hollywood Prayer Network is a non-denominational 501c3 Christian ministry run by Hollywood entertainment professionals working as “tent-makers” in Hollywood. The network’s purpose is to mobilize prayer for the world’s most influential mission field – The Hollywood Entertainment Industry. As a defined group of over 6,000 people, the Christians who work in the commercial entertainment industry are on the front lines of the spiritual battle in Hollywood. They need to be prayed for and supported by the Church. HPN provides prayer support for Christians and pre-Christian media professionals through our monthly newsletter, local chapters and “I to I” (Intercessor to Industry Professional) Prayer Partnerships. HPN invites Christians worldwide to join us in impacting culture by praying for the people, the projects and the spiritual environment in Hollywood.
Hollywood Prayer Network
1763 N. Gower St.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Phone: (323)462-8486 ext. 117
People to contact: Karen Covell, Founding Director
Intercessors for America (NPC)
Intercessors for America (IFA) seeks to encourage effective prayer and fasting for the Church, our nation, and their leaders. IFA provides training and resources to help intercessors and churches better pray for revival, spiritual awakening, and officials at all levels of government. IFA strongly promotes “First Friday” prayer and publishes a monthly newsletter, as well as several weekly e-mail Alerts. For more information, contact:
People to contact: Gary Bergel, President; Allen Copus, Director of Operations/COO; Kathleen Rochelle, Administrative Assistant.
International Prayer Ministries (NPC)
IPM is an interdenominational organization whose purpose is to train, equip and mobilize believers to pray for personal revival, spiritual awakening and world evangelization. A founding member of the National Prayer Committee, its president, Dr. Glenn Sheppard, served as Senior Associate for Prayer for The Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization for eight years where his responsibilities included training and motivating Christians worldwide to pray for world evangelization. Prior to beginning International Prayer Ministries in 1986, he served as Special Assistant in Spiritual Awakening for the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. He and his wife, Jacquelyn, travel, teach and speak on prayer and personal spiritual growth worldwide. For more information, contact:
International Prayer Ministries
615 Knollwood Circle
Conyers, GA 30094
People to Contact: Glenn Sheppard, president
LINC Ministries encourages individual and corporate youth ministry renewal. It emphasizes: (1) strategic prayer initiatives and mobilization; (2) development of the prayer component of strategic citywide youth ministry partnerships; and (3) serves as an advocate for youth and youth ministry.
P.O. Box 922
Canby, OR 97013
People to Contact: Mike Higgs, director
Lydia Fellowship (NPC)
Lydia Fellowship is a trans-denominational, international prayer fellowship of women committed to intercede with fasting at least one day per month to pray for Church, community, country and the countries of the world.
Lydia Fellowship was established in America in 1977 by Shelagh McAlpine. There are Lydia prayer groups in every state. Acts 16:13-15 (the story of Lydia) provides direction:
v. 13 Women committed to prayer
v. 14 Biblical Meditation on the Word of God is taught and practiced before prayer for insight and direction
v. 15 A world prayer vision
Metawake Revival and Evangelism, Inc (NPC)
Metawake’s mission is to unite Asian Christians across the United States to complete Christ’s Great Commission through praise and worship, prayer for revival, proclamation of the good news of the kingdom of God and publication of God’s Word to equip God’s people and introduce the gospel to those who seek the truth. Its vision is twofold: (1) to encourage and equip Asian Christians to pray for revival and spiritual awakening in the United States; (2) to network and unite Asian Christians to pray, plan, and strategize for the evangelization of the 90+% unsaved Asians in the U.S. and beyond. For more information, contact:
Metawake Revival and Evangelism, Inc.
1145 S. Hacienda Blvd., Ste. 201
Hacienda Heights, CA 91745-2231
People to Contact: Martin M. Chow, president
The Mission America Coalition is an unprecedented network of Christian leaders who have prayerfully come together to mobilize “the Whole Church to take the Whole Gospel to the Whole Nation – and to the World!”
Alongside that mission is a parallel emphasis on seeking God for revival in His Church and spiritual awakening that will bring transformation to our nation. Comprised of over 450 national Christian leaders from denominations, Christian ministries and cities, The Mission America Coalition calls for active participation in The Great Commission to “go into all the world and preach the Gospel, making disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19) and The Great Commandment “Love the Lord your God and . . . Love your neighbor as yourself” (Matthew 22:37,39).
Moms In Touch International (NPC)
MITI is an interdenominational prayer ministry composed of groups of two or more moms who meet one hour a week to pray for their children and the school they attend: moms in touch with God, their children, their schools, and one another through prayer. We pray that our schools may be directed by biblical values and high moral standards. We do not promote a political agenda, but rather desire to be a positive support and encouragement to the schools.
“Pour out your heart like water before the face of the Lord, lift up your hands toward im for the life of your children.” Lamentations 2:19.
For more information, contact: Moms In Touch International
P.O. Box 1120
Poway, CA 92074-1120
Fax: (858) 486-5132
National Day of Prayer Task Force (NPC)
The National Day of Prayer Task Force, led by Chairman Shirley Dobson and Executive Director John Bornschein, oversees the events around the nation on the National Day of Prayer day. The National Day of Prayer Task Force also provides resources for individauls and churches to encourage prayer in the United States. For more information, contact:
National Day of Prayer Task Force
P.O. Box 15616
Colorado Springs, CO 80935-5616
Fax: (719) 548-4520
People to Contact: Shirley Dobson, Chairman; John Bornschein, Executive Director
National Network of Youth Ministries (NPC)
The National Network of Youth Ministries links youth workers for encouragement, spiritual growth, and sharing resources in order to expose every teenager to the gospel of Jesus Christ, establish those who respond in a local church, and disciple them to help reach the world. NNYM coordinates promotion for the International Student Day of Prayer known as See You at the Pole, which occurs on the third Wednesday of September each year. The Network is also coordinating The Campus Alliance, a coordinated effort of students, youth workers, churches and youth organizations seeking to communicate the gospel of Christ to every teenager.
National Network of Youth Ministries
12335 World Trade Drive, Suite 16
San Diego, CA 92128-3791
Fax: (858) 451-6900
People to contact: Paul Fleischmann, president;
Doug Tegner, director of communications
National Pastors Prayer Network (NPC)
The NPPN connects Pastors and Prayer Leaders in cities across the nation and around the globe. Over 750 Pastors’ Prayer Groups are listed in the NPPN directory. The NPPN provides information on its website and through a free e-mail newsletter.
People to Contact: Phil Miglioratti, facilitator;
Sheila Straka, NPPN Prayer Team
Native American Resource Network (NPC)
The vision of the Native American Resource Network is “to see First Nations people of North America healed of past wounds, rise up to take their place in Christ’s church, and to take the gospel of Christ to the nations of the world.” NARN seeks to network First Nations Christian leaders and other leaders to establish covenant relationships and share resources, for the purpose of strengthening the church, reaching the unsaved, and healing America. For more information, contact:
Native American Resource Network
P.O. Box 1417
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Fax: (303) 660-0621
People to Contact: Jean Steffenson, Director
Prayer Evangelism Team, North American Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention (NPC)
Doug Metzger is the NAMB Chaplain and the Director of the Prayer Evangelism Team, Elaine Helms is Prayer Associate. The purpose and vision of the team is to assist SBC churches to be houses of prayer for all nations, working with the state SBC prayer leaders, and calling all Christians to return to God wholeheartedly in serious, fervent prayer, as together we look forward to God bringing revival to His people and spiritual awakening to our land. The www.OneinaMillionPrayer.com Web site is a vehicle for a weekly prayer focus, one accord daily prayer prompts, stories of what God is doing, and all Christians are invited to participate. The team also mobilizes prayer support for the SBC North American Missionaries.
For more information, contact:
Click here to Share your revival story
Prayer First! (NPC)
Prayer First! is a ministry of the Baptist General Conference that focuses on mobilizing local church prayer ministry. Available ministries include prayer weekends (preaching, teaching, and focused prayer opportunities), leadership prayer gatherings, mission field prayer journeys, and information on national and international prayer initiatives for local church involvement. For more information, contact:
2002 S. Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60005-4193
(800) 323-4215 or (847) 228-0200
Fax: (847) 228-5376
People to Contact: Rev. Dana Olson, director
Prayerforce.com exists to mobilize and unite teenagers, youth leaders, and other concerned adults in believing prayer for fulfillment of the Great Commission as God would bring revival and awakening among teenagers. Prayerforce.com is overseen by Student Venture, the high school ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ.
100 Lake Hart Dr., Dept. 3200
Orlando, FL 32832-0100
Web SIte: www.prayerforce.com
People to Contact: Nancy Wilson, associate national director; Dave Pritchett, internet liaison
Prayer for the Persecuted Church (NPC)
Prayer for the Persecuted Church seeks to awaken followers of Christ and concerned others to the plight of persecuted Christians, calling the Church to compassionate prayer and action. It is the U.S. sponsor of the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. It provides resources to help promote prayer for persecuted believers in churches. For more information, contact:
People to Contact: Steve Haas, president; Chad Hayward, director
Prayerworks is a ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ that seeks to encourage churches and communities by awakening, equipping, and mobilizing them through prayer. Staff members put on seminars, concerts of prayer, solemn assemblies, prayer summits, and prayer weekends for churches and citywide prayer movements. For more information, contact:
People to Contact: Earl Pickard, National Director
Promise Keepers/Prayer Ministry (NPC)
Promise Keepers is designed to ignite and unite men to be passionate followers of Jesus Christ. Its prayer ministry is to provide spiritual covering for its men’s events in 20 cities coast to coast in 2005, and intercession for spiritual transformation in the lives of men. We welcome the participation of both men and women in prayer for specific conferences near you, to realize our vision of seeing men transformed worldwide. For more information, contact:
Promise Keepers Prayer Ministry
P.O. Box 11798
Denver, CO 80211-0798
Fax: (303) 433-036
People to Contact: Dr. Gordon England, director of prayer
Renewal Ministries / Prayer Point Press (NPC)
Renewal Ministries, directed by Dr. Terry Teykl, seeks to mobilize local churches for effective prayer evangelism. Renewal Ministries focuses especially on: (1) establishing prayer centers, (2) encouraging prayer for leaders, (3) promoting city-wide unity, (4) raising up and assisting local church prayer coordinators, (5) calling mainline churches to pray for spiritual awakening, (6) deepening the prayer lives of individuals and (7) producing quality, affordable prayer materials through Prayer Point Press. Dr. Teykl travels throughout the United States conducting “Acts 29 Prayer Encounter” seminars and speaking at various denominational and national prayer events.
Renewal Ministries/Prayer Point Press
2100 N. Carrolton Dr.
Muncie, IN 47304
Fax: (765) 759-5857
Product info: (888) 656-6067
People to Contact: Jan Goff
Revival Prayer Fellowship (NPC)
Revival Prayer Network exists to see and facilitate revival in the churches of Jesus Christ. This is accomplished by stimulating an awareness of the necessity for prayer in the revival of the Church of Jesus Christ. LaRue Goetz may be contacted to help you with Schools of Prayer, Prayer Retreats, United Prayer Gatherings and Missions Outreaches.
Revival Prayer Network
3816 Dominion Street
Bismarck, ND 58503
People to Contact: LaRue Goetz, President
The Praying Life Foundation
The mission of The Praying Life Foundation is to resource churches, ministries and individuals who are seeking to grow deeper in prayer. By providing books and other printed resources, as well as leading conferences and retreats, The Praying Life Foundation offers biblically based, theologically sound teaching to lead God’s people into the deep truths about prayer laid out in His Word.
Its founder, author and speaker Jennifer Kennedy Dean, plays a unique role in motivating and teaching His people to pray. Jennifer’s message revolves around the firm belief that Christians need not settle for “having a prayer life,” but instead can learn to “live a praying life.” When Christians learn that prayer is not an activity, but a life, then the power promised in Scripture will become real in their experience. For more information, contact:
People to Contact: Jennifer Dean, executive director;
Mary Medley, promotions specialist
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. For more information, contact:
The Salvation Army
615 Slaters Lane, P.O. Box 269
The Sentinel Group
The Sentinel Group is a research group that offers training and resources for those who are interested in spiritual mapping and community transformation. These include live regional seminars, a dedicated electronic mailing list called “The Mapper’s Forum,” a dramatic video documentary on transformed communities called “Transformations,” and a variety of training videos, books, tapes, and transparencies. For more information, contact:
The Sentinel Group
P.O. Box 6334
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Fax: (425) 672-3028
Orders: (877) 672-2989
People to Contact: George Otis Jr., president; Paul Scotchmer, editor
We exist to encourage personal renewal, congregational revival, leadership restoration for the church of Jesus Christ and His glory.
Strategic Renewal offers a wide array of products, seminars, and support services to assist you and your church as you grow in your quest to know God more fully.
“Our passion to come alongside the local church and to share with them the principles that have been working for us and the experiences that have transformed people’s lives so that their own local church is better strengthened to honor God and glorify his name and advance his kingdom.” Daniel Henderson, President
The World Prayer Center
The World Prayer Center facility is open for the dedicated purpose of continual prayer, praise and worship for New Life Church, the greater Colorado Springs community, and visitors to our region. The chapel is open to all worshippers; with worship teams and prayer leaders scheduled regularly to focus on a variety of prayer needs. A lively atmosphere of worship can be experienced from the foyer to the courtyard as visitors gather together with overnight guests who have reserved suites or the more modest prayer closets for private time of concentrated prayer and fasting. Additionally, the facility houses a state-of-art-call center where volunteers can pray for people around the world, and we are honored that He has chosen us to serve the body of Christ in this way. For more information, contact:
Today, www.worldprayerteam.org is the site where people from all over the world can have their most urgent needs prayed for by a global community of thousands. This is real-time prayer, and it’s happening, right now, at this very moment all over the world. The best news is that God is responding. Praise reports stream in weekly giving thanks to God for His mighty work in people’s lives in response to thousands of prayers.
The World Prayer Center
11005 Voyager Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80921
Fax: (719) 594-6707
US/DC Prayer Watch
The US/DC Prayer Watch is a partnership of national leaders, local pastors, churches, denominations, prayer networks, parachurch ministries, and individuals from across the United States working to mobilize and maintain 24-hour prayer for our nation’s capital.
The goal is to mount a continuous, 24-hour canopy of prayer for the city of Washington, DC, the government that resides there, and the nations represented by embassies in Washington, DC. For more information, contact:
US/DC Prayer Watch
P.O. Box 4477
Leesburg, VA 20177
Fax: (540) 751-0984
Waymakers helps churches prepare the way for renewal and gospel advance by building local movements of united prayer, presenting weekend seminars and providing materials designed to equip Christians in prayerwalking, prayer journeys and prayer evangelism. For more information, contact:
P.O. Box 20 3131
Austin, TX 78720-3131
Fax: (512) 219-1999
People to Contact: Steve Hawthorne, director; Linda Jaramillo, administrator
Windwalkers International (Formerly Intercessors for Alaska)
Windwalkers International, was born in 1990 as a network of intercessors committed to pray for the state of Alaska. As their vision enlarged, the focus became international. The mission of Windwalkers is to teach and train individuals to hear and respond to the direction of the Holy Spirit in all levels of intercessory prayer by means of seminars, conferences, books, teaching tapes, TV and radio. It seeks to promote and strengthen prayer groups and church unity by providing prayer support to pastors and evangelists, and praying for communities and regions as the Lord leads. For more information, contact:
People to Contact: Mary Glazier, president
World Intercession Network (WIN) (NPC)
Sponsored through the Resource Development Center in Oklahoma City, OK, USA, WIN serves as a denominational prayer ministry for the International Pentecostal Holiness Church. The WIN office seeks to encourage and motivate the Body of Christ at large to pray fervently–pursuing intimacy with the Lord as they embrace the vision of becoming the “House of Prayer” God desires. Simple prayer tools include a monthly WIN “prayergram” (available to anyone who will really commit to use it for prayer purposes regularly), “The Link” (our denominational daily prayer calendar), The Closet Dwellers ( a booklet on the “secret place” Christ spoke about in Mt. 6:6), and more. WIN regularly puts on prayer seminars and conferences. Tapes are available. For more information, contact:
World Intercession Network
P. O. Box 12609
Oklahoma City, OK 73157
(405) 787-7110, ext. 3308
FAX (405) 789-3957
People to Contact: Bane and Barbara James, directors
Youth Interceding for America (NPC)
Initiated by Intercessors for America in the mid-’90s, YIFA is a strategic mobilization of young believers in intercession for America, the Church and their leaders. A YIFA task force, Youth Advisory Council (YACers) and YIFA leadership team are joined in concerted prayer, fasting, and an intercessory, Kingdom-bringing lifestyle.
Intercessors for America
P.O. Box 915
Purcellville, VA 20134
Fax: (540) 751-0984
People to contact: Gary Bergel, President; Allen Copus, Director of Operations/COO; Sarah Nagasako, Secretary.
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