2) Jericho Walls Builds Up Prayer for the Nations

pray for the nationsThe Vision of Jericho Walls is ” To mobilize the Body of Christ to be a house of prayer for the nations.” They seek to accomplish this by fulfilling 3 goals:

To help raise up and mobilize intercessors nationally and internationally.
To mobilize congregations nationally and internationally to be houses of prayer.
To establish prayer watches where people will pray night and day.

Learn more about their work, and pick up on their resources, by visiting…

3) Sleek New Prayer Tool



Prayer.Vision is an innovative new website designed to help workers easily raise and maintain prayer support for their region. The site allows workers to pin prayer requests and stories to a beautiful world map. You can post anonymously, or link your pins to your bio and support account. Take a minute to post your own prayer items, or see what stories others have pinned in your area:

6) Exemplary Video Showing Effects of Prayer with Every Home for Christ

prayerLast week, at a missions conference in Columbus, Ohio, Dick Eastman of Every Home for Christ shared a video that got rave reviews. It accomplishes its mission of lifting up prayer as a key factor in bringing about growth of the church world wide, through the work and workers of Every Home for Christ. But it also accomplishes another, more subtle objective: It shows the centrality and success of the construction of their home office and training building, the Jericho Center. Oh but that we all could be so effective at establishing the link between evangelism, prayer, and our bricks and mortar. Well done, Every Home for Christ! See the video here, by clicking on the link “Click to Play” in the upper right of the page.

9) Why Pray for a Terrorist?

atfpFind the answer to that question and a whole lot more at this “Adopt a Terrorist” site, recommended to us by anonymous Brigada participant, “A.” (Thanks!)

Jesus did say, after all, to pray for those who persecute us. You can choose a terrorist for whom to pray, get updates on his activities, and more.

14) The BackPage: Let’s Reprise Concerts of Prayer

concerts of prayerRemember Dave Bryant’s book, “How Christians Can Join Together in Concerts of Prayer?” I happened to be able to participate in a couple of sessions led by Dave Bryant himself (back in the 80’s) and, I’ll have to say, they were extremely moving. Let’s reprise this concept and “wake up” some much-needed prayer for our cities, regions, nations, and the globe. You might still be able to pick up a used copy of his book at…

But Nate and Paula Wilson have done us a huge favor by putting together this 18-page summary, now available to you at…

(Thanks Nate and Paula!)

Dave Bryant always encouraged us to pray for fullness (a vibrant church) and fulfillment (the global cause). He provided a virtual “script” so we would all be on the same page, as he moved us from large group prayer, to groups of 6, to groups of 3, to individual prayer, and back again. It was a great experience and should be revived.

Do you remember Concerts of Prayer? Please share your testimony, along with any tips or resources by clicking “comment” after the web version of this item. Thanks in advance for your help.

12) The Best Advice on How to Conduct “Concerts of Prayer”

concerts of prayerRemember David Bryant’s Book, “Concerts of Prayer?” Is it COMPLETELY out of print? All I see are used copies at…

Either way, Dave Bryant basically sparked a praying revolution. You can find more on Concerts of Prayer at

Is that it? Are there any great YouTube videos that DEMONSTRATE a Concert of Prayer? Are there any new books or other resources? Please click “Comment” after the web version of this item and let us know what you’ve seen. Thanks in advance.

4) Spiritual Development is Important

To deepen intimacy with God and to experience a fresh anointing of the Holy Spirit through a time of retreat, rest, and renewal, sign up for Experiencing Prayer Days and Short Retreats. This will be in September, 2014 at the White Oak Conference Center in Winnsboro, SC. (an hour’s drive from Charlotte, NC). The Full Session is September 17-26 ($795.00) and the Short Session September 17-22 ($585.00).  This covers accommodations, meals, all materials, some books, and resources. Partial scholarships are available. Participants will experience prayer topics, retreat topics, and a leadership topic using Jesus’ example. They will be prepared to facilitate topics with others. If you need other information, have questions, and/or to get a copy of the Overview/Application, contact Dr. Evelyn Davis, the author/coordinator. Email her at


1) Wanted: Prayer Advocates for the Northern Dong of China

northern dongAre you willing to pray and/or advocate for the Northern Dong? Over 1/2 million Northern Dong live in China, with around 0.1% being evangelical believers. Read their Unreached People Group profile here…

Then, if God calls you to get involved in praying for them, please register your willingness at Joshua Project by browsing to…

Your reward might not be great here on earth. But if God raises up more harvesters for the Northern Dong people, and you see more Northern Dong wearing white robes on that day we all gather before the throne, won’t that be a reason to celebrate!?

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