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by  • JUNE 30, 2014

brochure cover March 2014 webAs the 4th of July approaches and people desire to participate in the URGENT CALL TO PRAYER  from Anne Graham Lotz, I have decided to repost my prayer guides. All of these guides teach you to pray for Revival and Spiritual Awakening in America, but each have a different area of focus. Don’t forget our weekly “5 Minute Prayer Friday” coming this Friday. I realize it is the 4th of July Friday, but America is in need of prayer every day.

Prayer Guides

Prayer Guide Spring 2014 – Pray for Revival and Spiritual Awakening according to the Lord’s Prayer with special focus on Your Church, Local Churches, Local Communities.

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by  • MAY 13, 2014

log cabin 2Prayer in Every City is a ministry dedicated to promoting united prayerthroughout America. Our goal is to have 1,200 prayer groups meeting on a regular basis, whether it be weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. There are many websites dedicated to prayer for America, but this one is different because of the emphasis on united prayer.

Many of the Great Awakenings in the past were a direct result of people meeting together to pray. The early church in the book of Acts met regularly to pray. When Peter was released from prison by an angel, he found many praying together at Mary’s house. Before the Holy Spirit came down at Pentecost, there were over 120 followers of Christ who were continually devoting themselves to prayer. Jesus said that, “His house should be a house of prayer for all the nations” (Mark 11:17). Jesus also said, “where two or three have gathered together in My name, I am there in their midst” (Matt. 18:20).  According to this verse, Jesus will attend your prayer meeting when two are praying together.

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by  • NOVEMBER 2, 2013

Old Mill - Berry College

Old Mill – Berry College

  1. Pour out Your Spirit upon (Name of person).
  2. Convict _________ of his/her sin and separation from You.
  3. Reveal to _________ what Christ has done for him/her.
  4. Rescue _________ from darkness and set the captive free.
  5. Use drastic means, if necessary, to cause ________ to repent.
  6. We pray that all men and those in authority will be saved.
  7. Draw _________ to Yourself in a powerful fashion.

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Celebration Sunday – Prayers for Unity


by  • AUGUST 25, 2013
Unity in ChristWelcome to the 4th Celebration Sunday and a new week of Spiritual Fitness! It is hard to believe that we have begun week 4. Our topic for the week will be unity, which is key to my ministry. If we want to see Revival and Spiritual Awakening in America, then churches and denominations are going to have to put aside their differences. That does not mean that we tolerate false teaching, but churches who have the same core beliefs need to unite together. Maybe we have some differences in theology on baptism or speaking in tongues, but if we believe that Jesus is the only way to heaven and God expects holiness from the church then it is time to unite together.

My ministry is founded upon this Bible verse, “I do not pray for these alone, but also for those who will believe in Me through their word; that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You sent Me” John 17:20-21 (NKJV). Jesus did not plan for his churches to be divided by denominations as we have done in modern times, rather He wanted us to be united. He knew that united churches could combine resources to help fulfill his purposes. The body of Christ needs to quit being so divided in our theology and unite together with one common purpose. The church’s purpose is the Great Commission, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age” Matt 28:19-20 (NKJV).

Churches need to pray together with other churches in the community and our weekly prayer meetings need to be restored.

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The Importance of Prayer in the Work of the Church

Many churches today in America are doing many works for the Lord. Unfortunately, there are not enough people in these churches who will volunteer to help out. The workers we do have are exhausted. In spite of all this work, we do not see the evangelism results we would like to see. According to the Bible, the reason we don’t have enough workers is because of lack of prayer (see Matthew 9:38). Prayer is also key to our evangelism efforts. When prayer returns to the church, we can have less programs to draw people and allow the Holy Spirit to draw them.

According to Evelyn Christenson, “Prayer is a very important means in the salvation process. Prayer invites the God of the universe to work in them before we try. It releases the power of the Holy Spirit in their lives. It goes ahead of our evangelizing to prepare the soil of their hearts. It can open whole cities or nations for a moving of God toward Jesus. But prayer alone still can be just a means, although a vital means, if we don’t actually go to them in some way with the Gospel of Jesus (page 50)”.

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