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.

Someone has lost their job

Hearing “You are fired” or “We are laying off personnel” can be the hardest words for a person to hear. How does one pray for someone (or yourself) who has lost a job and has not yet found something else?

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Want your parents to change?

Teenagers often wish their parents could change to fit their picture of the ideal parents. The good news is that they can pray for their parents about these things.

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Bid vir jou kinders

Wat kan vir ’n kind ’n groter seën wees as om ’n ouer te hê wat vir hom of haar bid? Gebruik hierdie praktiese riglyne en Skrif om vir jou kinders te bid, met ’n verwagting dat God in hulle lewens gaan werk.

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24 Hour Word Watch

The two-fold aim of this Word Watch: To proclaim the Word of God aloud and to ignite a fresh understanding of the power of praying the Word of God. (Ook in Afrikaans)

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Pray for your Children

What can be a greater blessing for a child than having a parent that prays for him or her? Use these practical guidelines and Scriptures to pray for your children, expecting God to work in their lives.

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Embracing the Desert Season

Every person experiences desert seasons in their lifetime, both physically and spiritually. How do we endure our desert seasons in a way that is pleasing to our Lord?

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