Join our email prayer guide, follow us on social media, or join us on Meetup.com for a prayer-walk. Above all, pray with us to see spiritual life poured out on our state.
We offer a regular prayer guide that includes challenges, quotes, scripture, Colorado issues, and virtual 360 prayer walking posts. These serve as a help to focus us and help us pray together. Join our Prayer Guide
If you have a small group or sunday school that would like training on prayer walking or tools to help increase your prayer capacity, contact us.
“You do not have because you do not ask God.” – James 4:2
“The story of every great Christian achievement is the history of answered prayer.” – E.M. Bounds
#Pray4Colorado loves God, loves people, and helps Christians fulfill the Great Commission by mobilizing prayer.
#Pray4Colorado promotes strategic prayer for movement, knowing that ( based upon research ) extraordinary prayer is found at the root of all modern movements.
#Pray4Colorado will never ask for money or market to you on behalf of others. The resources and events we may mention will always be for the benefit and connection of the community.
#Pray4Colorado welcomes collaboration of all Christians.
#Pray4Colorado cares that obedient disciples of Jesus Christ make more obedient disciples. Obeying all that Jesus commanded includes making disciples who make disciples.
#Pray4Colorado strives to neither under- nor over-estimate man’s role in disciple multiplication movements. God declared prayer as the vehicle for seeking and receiving his kingdom in the place we live.
#Pray4Colorado asks everyone to not only pray but also to mobilize prayer through relationships and opportunities God provides.
#Pray4Colorado is super brief, usually 1-to-3 lines long. We aim to provoke directed prayer, not monologue.
#Pray4Colorado is not a political agenda, rather an effort for sinners who have found forgiveness in Christ to share this Good News with others.
If we never pray for movement in Colorado, do we have the right to complain when it isn't happening?
The American church needs to catch up with the prayer commitment, passion, and priority of the church in Asia and Africa.
The primary means of revival, that everyone agrees on, is extra-ordinary prayer.