Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer


A special prayer initiative with either a national or an international prayer focus, will occassionally be launced as the need arises. These initiatives may be of a short or longer duration and will be communicated here.  You can also sign up to receive these special prayer initiative alerts via email.

Flood disaster in Southern Africa

Cyclone Idai hit the Southern African countries of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi almost two weeks ago. The final death toll in Mozambique alone could be as high as 1,000. Let us pray in great earnest for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those affected.

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South African elections 2019

On the 8th of May 2019 South Africa will hold yet another pivotal national election. We want to encourage Christians to organise themselves into regular times of prayer, also fasting as the Holy Spirit directs in the time leading up to the elections. 

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“Return to Me!” – Prayer for the church

Instead of fully trusting on and relying on the Lord our Rock (Ps 18:2), the Church have trusted in alternative ‘rocks’ that this world endorses. This prayer initiative includes five weeks of focussed prayer for the church in South Africa from 25 February to 7 April 2019.

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7 Days for 7 Weeks 2019

Crying out to God for Spiritual Breakthrough in South Africa by praying 24/7 for 7 days, every 7 weeks. 1st Week of prayer: 24 February – 3 March.

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Draft Hate Speech Bill – South Africa

Comments on the revised draft of ‘The prevention and combating of hate crimes and hate speech Bill’ closes on 15 February 2018. The Bill could have certain unintended consequences for believers. Please submit your comments before the deadline.

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SAT-7 Week of prayer for the MENA

Christians of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are remaining faithful witnesses in a changing world. Be part of a global prayer chain interceding for the MENA region. Register for the SAT-7 Week of Prayer: 4-11 November 2018.

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Tibetan monks visiting South Africa

26 September – 21 October 2018. Tibetan masters will be visiting locations in SA to perform spiritual ceremonies. Since the origins of these practices are not Holy Spirit inspired, curses in different forms are released into the nations they visit. This requires urgent prayer by believers.

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