persistent prayers

Billy Graham once said, "To get nations back on their feet, we must first get down on our knees."

Prayer is the most powerful weapon in the believer's arsenal - a direct line of communication between ourselves and our Heavenly Father.  

If you are troubled by the war, violence, racial injustice, addiction, sickness, and general apathy in our world today, the best thing you can do is to get on your needs before God and ask Him to intervene.  

Persistent prayers is a community of people committed to praying around the clock for key issues in our world.  We are looking for people to partner with us in creating a community of prayer warriors willing to commit to persistently praying an hour each week for the end of racial inequity and injustice.  Join with us as an individual, with a small group, or even as a church! Please spread the word and sign-up below to let us know what time you will be praying! 

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Covid-19 Prayer Guides   

Continue praying for a stop to the spread of COVID-19.  

 
 

Racial Reconciliation Prayer Guide

Continue praying for a stop to racial injustice and a continuation of healing and reconciliation.   

Addiction Recovery Prayer Guide

Continue praying for those who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction. 

 
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God desires a relationship with us through it all.

At Persistent Prayers, we desire to help you connect with God through prayer, meditation, journaling, and study. Our hope is that in the midst of the everyday you will learn how to connect with Him in new, meaningful ways that allow you to experience a closeness with Him you may have never experienced before.  

Use these prayers as an individual, with a small group, with your family, or in a church service with a congregation.  

 
 

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Persistent Prayers is brought to you by Anne Bosarge at Bright Ideas for Church Leaders.  If you'd like more information about joining this community of innovative thinkers, visit Anne at www.brightideasforchurchleaders.com.

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