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America Prays

Prayer in the context of the local church is vital to the advancement of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Allow me to introduce you to America Prays, a ministry I am privileged to serve as an Advisor. The vision of America Prays is 40,000 churches ... united ... in 24/7 prayer ... for national spiritual awakening. 

The goal of America Prays is to start 24/7 prayer in all 50 states by the end of 2019—25 states in 2018 and 25 states in 2019.

The strategy is simple. Churches select a half or full day of prayer every month. Church members can pray for 15, 30, or 60-minute segments from home, work, school or church. We have 7 major prayer focuses, but churches have the freedom to add specific prayer requests. Communities like Bellingham, Washington and Austin, Texas have been using this simple prayer strategy for 10 years to unite God's people in prayer and transform their communities.

J. Edwin Orr once said, “No great spiritual awakening has begun anywhere in the world apart from united prayer.”
Together, we can see every state in America covered in 24/7 prayer within two years and be a part of a national spiritual awakening that transforms our nation. Prayerfully consider partnering with us to cover your city and state in 24/7 prayer.

Let me introduce you to my friend Brian Alarid, the President of America Prays:
Brian Alarid, President, America Prays
Mobile: 505-934-7646
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In America as it is in Heaven!

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Our vision is to unite 40,000 churches in 24/7 prayer for national spiritual awakening. We want to see every community in America covered with unceasing prayer until Jesus returns.


Our call is to devote ourselves to unceasing prayer for our cities, our states, and our nation. “All these with one accord were devoting themselves to prayer.” —Acts 1:14


Every church selects a full day or a half day to pray each month. Your church will pray the same day of the month (the 1st, 2nd, etc. or the 1st Wednesday, 2nd Sunday etc,).


Every church is responsible for a full day or half day of prayer every month. Recruit people to pray in 30-60 min

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What's UP (united praying) in YOUR city? 1 Reply

The Holy Spirit's prayer movement permeates every aspect of the Body of Christ.Individual intercessionMarried couples and familiesStudents & SeniorsClasses&Committees, Groups&Gathering,…Continue

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Comment by Pray.Network Coordinator on January 15, 2018 at 1:37pm

Over 1700 people from across Chicagoland gathered in historic Moody Church to pray as One Church with One Voice to advance the One Gospel across our 77 neighborhoods and 200+ suburban communities.

A new website has been established to connect, for example, groups from outside Chicago to partner with Chicago-area congregations by bringing prayer-focused ministry (block-by-block prayerwalking; prayer stations on violent corners)

Pray for us.

Pray with us.

Comment by Pray.Network Coordinator on January 12, 2018 at 2:27pm

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How about a 40 second prayer for 40 thousand churches to collaborate on 24/7 "one voice" praying?



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