Whenever the Church advances, it does so on its knees.
By God’s choice, prayer is a primary means through which God’s Spirit invades, restores, and redeems our world. Because of this, at Multiply, we seek to cultivate the value of prayer in all we do. We want to live and work and minister prayerfully. As well, we want to authentically partner with those of you for whom intercession is a vital way in which you serve the Lord.
At Multiply, we are convinced that prayer is essential for the healthy expansion of God’s kingdom through global mission, discipleship, and church planting. Your intercession contributes toward significant breakthroughs in the spiritual transformation and renewal of individuals, churches, and communities, both in North America and around the world.
We invite you to use these ideas and resources as a guide to supporting our fields of ministry, through a commitment to pray daily for a worker, a team, a people group or a country.
Here are some ways in which you can support Multiply’s Network of Missional Teams in prayer:
- Pray for a worker, using our Daily Prayer Guide (go to multiply.net/daily-prayer-guide).
- Find that worker on our website and click “Send a note” to email them a word of encouragement, a prayer, and to ask to receive their newsletters.
- Start or join a prayer group at your church, and meet regularly to pray for a missional team.
- Invite a friend to take a walk with you and use that time to pray together for global workers.
- Fast one meal per week and use that time to pray for a people group.
- Contact your Regional Mobilizer (multiply.net/regional-offices) to ask if there is an intercession team going on a short-term trip in the near future. Join a team!
- Finally, the 2023 Edition of People & Prayer Guide: A Prayer Directory of our Network of Missional Teams is now available at multiply.net/people
“And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people” (Ephesians 6:18). May God give us boldness to fearlessly make known the mystery of the Gospel, that the world may know Jesus.