Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer
SPECIAL PRAYER INITIATIVES
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.
South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, will deliver his State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Thursday, 13 February 2020, marking the “official start” of the Parliamentary programme for 2020. Let us pray for the President, the government and the country of South Africa.
Join other believers from around the world and read the Bible silently or aloud with our Bible reading initiative in 2020. Different reading plans are available, so challenge yourself! مبادرة تذوق الكلمة (Also in Arabic)
Join millions of Christians worldwide this whole week and especially on Sunday, by praying for the Persecuted Church on the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.
31 October is Reformation Day. We celebrate and honour the Word of God. Join us for a Word Watch on Whatsapp.
The vision of the Love Cape Town CityFest is to proclaim the gospel message of Jesus Christ to people across the city from 2-16 November and make new disciples for Christ through different kinds of outreach events.
The annual Hindu World Prayer Focus (20 October – 3 November 2019) is calling Christians and churches worldwide to take 15 days to learn about and pray for the more than one billion Hindus around the world.
The young people of UPRising (United Prayer Rising) are saying that as young people in the church, they are uniting in prayer, rising as a body of young people, forming a revival wave and taking a stand to take their identity back.
Churches and prayer networks across South Africa are calling for an urgent, nationwide time of corporate fasting and prayer in response to critical issues facing our nation. This will end with a National day of Prayer for SA on 24 September.
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.