Join Us for a Day of Prayer, October 17

04 Oct

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Our Father in heaven,

hallowed be your name.
Your kingdom come,
your will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven.
–Matthew 6:9-10–

When Jesus was teaching his disciples to pray, he started with something that he often talked about. He said, "Your kingdom come." But what does that mean for us today? At CRM, we believe that it means asking God to be King over our "patch," which is the bit of earth we inhabit, our homes, neighborhoods, and the people we work with. In prayer, we get to partner with God as he enters our time and space now to free the captives, heal the sick, bring freedom to the oppressed and hopeless, and transform hearts in Jesus's name.

This kind of bold prayer is powerful and critical to our mission.

Great movements of God have always been launched by believers coming together to pray with authority for the release of God’s power. That is why we are inviting you to join us on October 17th for CRM’s Day of Prayer. As we gather around the world to intercede for you and the mission of CRM, we invite you to:

  • Pray for your "patch." Follow Jesus's example by proclaiming the Kingdom of God over the spaces for which you take responsibility. Declare the rule of the King to break the power of addiction, disease, and hopelessness in Jesus's name.
  • Join us in interceding for our staff, leaders, and teams to see movements of committed followers of Jesus growing and expanding all around the world. If you support one of our staff members, make sure to include them in your prayers.
  • Send us your prayer needs—for yourself, your family, or your community—using the link below. We want to pray for you! Requests must be submitted by October 12 to be included in the Day of Prayer.

We trust that interceding on behalf of CRM and its ministry partners and staff moves God’s Kingdom forward on earth. We anticipate the Day of Prayer to be powerful and hope you'll join us. It would be an honor to pray with and for you on this day.

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