In 2016, the Lord began to impress upon me to start teaching on the subject of prayer. Unfortunately, I was a little slow in responding to what I sensed in my spirit. At the beginning of 2020, I was again impressed to focus our stateside ministry toward rekindling a desire for prayer in our churches. In obedience to God’s direction, GCIM has held three prayer conferences in various locations in the US and four virtual prayer seminars internationally.
Our focus in these conferences has been, and will continue to be, to reignite a prayer movement within the local church to help facilitate a move of God’s Spirit in cities and nations. We discuss the importance and the need for various kinds of prayer, specifically intercession and supplication. Our goal is to help people experience a dynamic and powerful prayer life through teaching and application.
We have decided to post some of those teaching here on our website. In this two-part series on prayer, we discuss how to develop a powerful and effective prayer life. We also look more in-depth at the prayers of supplication and intercession and the impact of those prayers on our society and governments.
As John Wesley said, “It seems that God is limited by the prayers of His people, the He can do nothing for humanity unless someone asks Him.” In this prayer series, we address this statement and demonstrate, from God’s Word, the reasons prayers do not work or are not effective—and how to make the adjustments needed for fruitful prayer
Let me encourage you to listen to this series and to share this teaching with others. I believe it is imperative for the church to understand this subject and to put into practice the type of prayer that changes things and produces effective results.
This message is available as a free download, or you can listen to it via the audio players below.
Reigniting the Fires of Prayer Part 1
Reigniting the Fires of Prayer Part 2
(These two audio messages were initially shared at Faith Life Church in Warner Robins, Georgia which is pastored by Pastors Dave and Kendall Watrous.)
If you are interested in hosting one of our prayer conferences, we invite you to contact us.