Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer
At Jericho Walls we are passionate about equipping believers with resources that will take them deeper in their prayer life. God has called us to unceasing prayer for all people and in all circumstances. He wants us to mature spiritually and to take up our place as prayer warriors for the advancement of His kingdom. The resources we provide will equip you with practical ways to grow in your prayer life and with inspiration to realise the impact God wants to effect through your prayers. Our resources are available in a number of different languages so more people can be equipped. Use the search function at the top of this page to find the articles that you are looking for.
Daarna het Andreas eers sy broer Simon gaan soek... en hom na Jesus toe gebring. Joh. 1:41-42 Bid vir ongereddes, Christene en die nasies Neem elke dag 5 - 10 minute in gebed om mense en nasies na Jesus toe te bring. Laai hierdie pamflet af as...read more
The first thing Andrew did was to find his brother Simon... and brought him to Jesus. (Joh.1:41-42) Pray for the unsaved, other Christians and the nations. Take at least 5-10 minutes a day to bring people and nations to Jesus in prayer. Download this pamphlet as...read more
Vir baie Christene is dit vandag iets vreemds om te vas en te bid. Maar dit is nie vreemd aan die Ou of Nuwe Testament nie. Dit was nie iets vreemds in die vroeë Christelike kerk nie en dit was ook nie iets vreemds in die tyd van die Reformasie en in die eeue daarna...read more
Yahweh-Elohim, we lift up Your name as “God the Creator” over all the earth (Gen.2:4-25).read more
God teaches us in Scripture that there are certain things that are of utmost importance for intercession. We could call them preconditions for prayer. Now, what are the preconditions and basic Biblical principle we have to adhere to…read more
What is a Boiler Room? Boiler Rooms are engine rooms driving God’s purposes forward. Generally they are right at the heart of messed-up communities. Some people describe them as “Gen-X monasteries” because of the youth vibe and similarities with the ancient Celtic...read more