"My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations" - Mark 11:17

The Global Prayer Resource Network wishes to connect and inform praying Christians and other Prayer Ministries with local and global prayer needs and initiatives; to bring awareness for existing prayer resources and tools that will allow believers to pray informed prayers and sustain fervent intercession.

The Aim is to honor God’s call that Christians should petition Him for the needs of this World.

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Prayer for Nations

Prayer moves the hand of God. Once there is sustained, strategic, and informed prayer, we will witness massive numbers of unreached people coming to Christ. Pray that it will happen in our generation.

~ Beverly Pegues

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Prayer Resources

Informed intercession needs a revelation from the heart of God and good, reliable information. This section will become a much needed and valued addition to assist you to pray more focused prayers that will change the face of the nations and see God’s glory fill the earth.

~ Etienne Piek

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Prayer Events

As a Christian, prayer should be a constant discipline. Consistent, daily, prayer can be likened to food – it sustains us by keeping us, and our lives, connected to God. In this sense we need to pray daily just like we need to eat daily. However, even though we eat regularly there are some special occasions on which we gather for special meals.

~ Dr Dion Forster

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Pray for Unreached

"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you."

~ Jesus Christ

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Social Justice

Praying is the act of touching God’s heart.

It opens up the opportunity to bring our own needs before God, but also to be impacted by the things that break God’s heart.

~ Etienne Piek

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STOP what you are doing,
FOCUS on the Lord,
LISTEN to what He is saying to you and
FINISH with the Lord’s Prayer at 12 noon

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Global Watch

Prayer is work. The experiences of many children of God demonstrate that it accomplishes far more than does any other form of work.

~ Watchman Nee

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Open Doors

The world's largest outreach to persecuted Christians in the most high-risk places.

Andrew van der Bijl, a young Dutch missionary was invited to attend a Communist Youth Festival in 1955 in Poland.  In his suitcase, he had a couple of Bibles meant for believers in Warsaw.

What he found behind the Iron Curtain was a Church in desperate need of encouragement and Bibles.
This is when God called Brother Andrew, as he is now simply known, through the words of Revelation 3:2, “…be watchful and buy cialis online strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die.”

Brother Andrew's one-man operation quickly grew into a worldwide ministry. The work of Open Doors broadened to taking Bibles into China, Vietnam and later Africa and the Muslim World, and organizing training seminars and practical aid for suffering Christians. Under Brother Andrew's leadership, Open Doors has gone where most western Christians dare not go. His underground network of indigenous Christians has aided in the secret distribution of millions of Bibles each year, worldwide.

Open Doors has trained thousands of pastors and church leaders and provided spiritual and legal support for Christian prisoners. We have also provided economic relief for their families and the families of martyrs.



In the book, The Privilege of Persecution, by Carl Moeller (President and CEO of Open Doors USA till 2012), co-authored by Pastor David Hegg, your eyes will be opened to some important truths the persecuted church can teach Western Christians about authentic Christ-following. 

Through the testimonies and wisdom of believers who have suffered for the sake of Jesus, you will learn how God uses persecution to refine and strengthen His church – giving His people a greater passion and dedication, and a deeper knowledge of Himself.

CLICK HERE for a copy of the book





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