Prayer Events and Initiatives
“We may be living in the days of the greatest prayer movement of History!
Despite some familiar patterns of prayerlessness in the church,
more Christians are praying now, certainly, than at any time in history.
More than 200 million believers pray every day for the advancement of world missions.
At least 15 million groups around the world pray weekly for missions in the communities, probably even more.
Prayer events and gatherings abound all over the world in many countries”
~ Steve Hawthorne, WayMakers.org
So many prayer events are taking place that it is virtually impossible to keep track of all the meetings, prayer watches, initiatives, fasts and solemn assemblies in just one country or region.
In this section, you will find a list of upcoming EVENTS AND INITIATIVES.
Some are limited to a timeframe while others are ongoing.
Use it to pick those you would like to participate in and add them to your Prayer Calendar.
Jesus Celebration 2033 [open]
Can You Imagine? [open]
… the greatest celebration in all of history: 2000 years since Christ’s resurrection!
… the worldwide body of believers gathering in all regions of the Earth!
… the Church demonstrating tangible love and sincere unity to the world!
… the dawn of resurrection Sunday 2033, when light breaks forth a new day!
International Day for the Unreached [open]
20 May 2018
RENEW A VISION OF HOPE FOR PEOPLE OF ALL NATIONS
Join believers around the world on Sunday, May 20th at 8 pm Eastern Time to bring attention to the 2+ billion people yet to be reached with the Gospel.
The mission to reach those who don’t know Jesus is best accomplished on our knees. When you join the International Day for the Unreached as an Advocate, you’ll receive access to a broad variety of resources that will help you share the story — and the plight — of unreached peoples. These exclusive resources include downloadable sermon guides, fact sheets, Facebook and Instagram posts, PLUS you’ll receive prayer-focused emails with stories of encouragement and prayer requests from each of the ministries of the Alliance for the Unreached.
You’ll learn specific ways to pray that Jesus be made known among all people. And you’ll engage with each of the ministries sponsoring the International Day for the Unreached with ways to get involved.
A Prayer Guide for the THIRTY ONE [open]
Half the population of all Frontier People Groups are in the 31 largest FPG’s.
This is a Prayer Guide for the 31 –
an invitation to the Body of Christ to Pray for the Harvest
Visit Prayer.MultMove.net/31fpg to:
- Download your free, sharable electronic copy.
- Print a copy on your home printer.
- Reserve a quantity at a pre-publication discount.
30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World [open]
15 May – 14 June 2018
JOIN MILLIONS OF CHRISTIANS WORLDWIDE IN PRAYER
4 Weeks of Prayer for Yemen [open]
Leaders in the Arabian Peninsula have initiated a focus on prayer for Yemen during the month of February.
We trust that many will pray and call others to prayer for this nation full of evil and hardships for the innocent.
Yemen Prayer Guide
11:55am Daily [open]
STOP what you are busy with,
FOCUS on the Lord and
LISTEN to what He is saying to you,
FINISH with the LORD'S PRAYER at
Global Outreach Day [open]
26 May 2018
The Vision of Global Outreach Day is for every believer to share the Gospel on the last Saturday of May each year. Millions of Christians in over 140 nations are already sharing the Gospel on that day. Every Believer is a witness! This day can The first step to living a lifestyle of Evangelism.
Hindu World Prayer Focus [open]
28 October - 11 November 2018
2018 Guide available soon
The annual Hindu World Prayer Focus calls Christians and churches worldwide to take 15 days to learn about and pray for our world’s over one billion Hindu neighbours. That period also encompasses the significant Hindu Festival of Light (Diwali). The informative prayer guide booklets will help Christians to know how to pray for the people(s) growing up within this major and very diverse world religion.
Diwali (or Deepawali) is known as the Hindu Festival of Lights, and is one of India’s most important annual celebrations, lasting about 4-5 days. While (similar to Christmas celebrations in the Christian world) it has historical and religious roots, Indians celebrate it by lighting and displaying rows of small oil lamps, participating in family gatherings, consuming special sweets and watching fireworks.
It is not our intention with this prayer focus to disparage India or the Hindu religion. in any way. We recognize that both are far too complex and too full of great traditions to simply or easily condense, explain or take lightly within a mere booklet.
At the same time, as Christians, we long that all the world’s people(s) will have an opportunity to freely see, hear and understand the grace of God incarnated in Jesus Christ.
To this end, we inform ourselves, pray for and want to support opportunities to make that grace known also within the world’s Indian and Hindu communities.
We invite all Christians and churches to participate and to learn about and pray for Hindus.