Prayer.Global seeks to encourage extraordinary prayer for the fulfillment of the Great Commission using technology.
We know three things about our moment in history:
(1) Never before in history have we been able to coordinate global prayer for the kingdom IN REALTIME!
(2) God has used technology for the advance of His kingdom (i.e. written language, Roman roads, printing presses, etc.), and is now using the internet.
(3) "Extraordinary prayer" is a foundational mark of all modern disciple multiplying movements.
So, Prayer.Global exists to encourage extraordinary prayer for the fulfillment of the Great Commission using technology.
② Use the demographics, guided prayers, faith status, images, and maps to pray for the location for one minute.
③ Once the one-minute timer has ended, you will be asked if you prayed for this location, if you click "Yes", then your prayer will be added to the community prayer coverage for the world.
④ Pray for another location or end your prayer session.
Inspired by the Moravians, who prayed non-stop for 100 years, we have crafted this website to help the church pray for the entire world in measurable units, as a community, and to know at the end when we have finished ... and are ready to start another lap.
Once every location in the world has been prayed for (we finish a lap), then the prayer map resets, and we try to pray over the world again ... maybe faster.
The Moravians had one person praying every hour of every day for 100 years. This was roughly 876,000 hours of prayer, or 52,560,000 minutes of prayer for the world. We are humbled by this extraordinary commitment to praying for the world.
Learn more about the Moravian Prayer Challenge.
The current map shows what has been covered so far in the active prayer map.
The Race map shows the number of laps, number of minutes, and number of prayer warriors for the entire challenge.
The Race List shows each of the laps accomplished so far and some of the statistics for those individual laps.