If you ask for prayer requests at a typical prayer meeting or church service, you may notice the responses have common themes—prayers for health, jobs, finances, or relationships. You may notice something missing, however: deeply personal prayer requests about internal battles, spiritual struggles, or for help in facing doubt, fear, and discouragement. Are we praying about our own needs in moments alone with God? Are we wrestling with Him through personal conflict? Asking for guidance and wisdom? Talking to Him like a friend about the things on our hearts? Prayer doesn’t only change the world around us. It changes us. (Please join us for this upcoming Oct. 5 day of prayer and fasting. Program materials and posters for download!)
When you open your Bible, where do you start? Perhaps you’ve asked these questions: Where do I start in my Bible? Is there any difference between reading and studying (or “basking in”) the Bible? How can I get to know the Person behind the words on the pages of my Bible? No matter your age or life circumstance, you will find encouragement, advice, and practical strategies in this new book by our friend Nina Atcheson. In it, you will discover how basking in the power of God’s Word will make you want to linger with God—because time with Him is so sweet.
Wondering how to start a ministry for God's glory? Use what you have! Watch this inspiring story of how one woman followed God's call to do something special for the young people around the world. This first prayer room she started, in the vault at the Ellen G. White Centre at Avondale College, has now led to a global prayer movement that is reaching multiple countries. Learn how you can be a part!
Quarterly Day of Prayer and Fasting
On the first Sabbath of every quarter, believers around the world unite in prayer and fasting for a deeper walk with God and the mission of the church.
October 5, 2019 | January 4, 2020 | April 4, 2020 | July 4, 2020 | October 3, 2020
Don, California, USA
Praising God for how He showed up in the 10 Days of Prayer. God called young and old to a revival by the Spirit! We met together to pray in small groups led by elders, and I facilitated from the front to keep young and old engaged. We moved everyone into the fellowship hall for our Sabbath worship service so that the rest of the church could experience 10 Days of Prayer with it’s fellowship, prayer, singing, and testimonies in small groups.
Our 10 Days of Prayer and the all-night prayer session was a blessing. Usually the ending of the all-night begins to slow down. But this time the last couple of hours (led by young people who shared their testimonies) were really powerful!
This was our first time participating in the Ten Days of Prayer. During the ten days, we had a 24-hour prayer chain. Basically, one person prays for an hour and at the end of the hour calls the next prayer warrior to pray. I am in awe of what God did. Chains of anger, unforgiveness, and many more were broken. We are enjoying unity in our church. The twenty-four prayer team members have asked me to keep the team. To God be the glory!
Thank you so much for 10 Days of Prayer. We joined this program in 2013. We wanted to let you know the amazing things that have happened to our church since then. It is revived and growing little by little. Member interest in soul winning activity is growing.
Reach The World
Reach the World is a strategic plan to encourage members to get involved in personal evangelism and soul winning through initiatives like: Mission to the Cities, Comprehensive Health Evangelism, and Total Member Involvement. Every member, every church, every administrative and institutional entity is to do their part because Jesus is coming soon!