America remains in dire need of a praying church that is not detached from society.

A global movement of prayer continues to grow. The people of God everywhere are returning to what we were created for: connecting with God. In sacred spaces all over the world, Jesus is meeting with people, empowering them with authority and sending them out to bring the Kingdom to earth. These transformed people transform the world around them.

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“these I will bring to my holy mountain and give them joy in my house of prayer. Their burnt offerings and sacrifices will be accepted on my altar; for my house will be called a house of prayer for all nations." -Isaiah 56:7


• Throughout the history of the church, praying people and sacred spaces have been catalysts that have changed everything. The disciples in Acts 2 gathered in a room praying night and day and the Christian found its beginning. In the 1700s the Moravians launched a prayer meeting that ended up lasting 100-years and changing the world.
• God is calling the church all over the world to pray radically as never before. 24-7 Prayer USA is just one expression of that world-wide calling.
• Prayer rooms are for people of all ages, denominations and race. A sacred, neutral space can become a place of unity for the body of Christ.
• In a busy world that never stops, a quiet space set aside to be still with God is helpful to our frenzied souls.
• Prayer rooms can become creative spaces, where we can worship through art and creating with our Creator.


“In essentials, unity. In non-essentials, freedom. In all things, love.” -Count Zinzendorf

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Do you want to see a movement of prayer in your city, region or even your denomination?  In cities all over the US the body of Christ is uniting in ways like never before under the name of Jesus (John 17) to see their communities changed.

• The Salvation Army has held more than one year of prayer. 
• The State of Arizona has had three years of non-stop prayer in churches and communities all across the state by passing a torch.
• The campuses in of America held a 2010 Year of Prayer that involved students from over 175 colleges and universities. Collectively, they logged 26,000 hours of prayer.
• 20 United Methodist campus ministries are currently spending an entire semester in prayer, passing the torch to return to its roots of prayer.

If this is a dream in your heart, we want to spur you on and encourage you. E-mail us and let us know what you are dreaming about.
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