7:14 Prayer Initiative
For 10 weeks, from April 13-June 21, we are calling upon our congregation to enter into a season of prayer, seeking the Lord daily for spiritual renewal. We are calling this the 7:14 Prayer Initiative, taken from 2 Chronicles 7:14.
Each day, at 7:14am or 7:14pm, take 5 minutes to join your brothers and sisters in prayer. Pray that the people of God would:
- Humble themselves, seeing their desperate need for spiritual renewal.
- Pray earnestly and call others to pray.
- Seek God’s face drawing near to Him in intimacy.
- Turn from their sin and return to the Lord.
church Day of Prayer Guides
Global Prayer Network (GPN)
Will you help build out our network of prayer coverage for our world missions partners around the globe?
The World Missions Prayer Calendar will take you through our 76 mission partners serving in 7 strategic regions of the world. You can use this as a calendar and pray for one partner each day throughout the year.
You can also sign up for daily or weekly missionary prayer requests to arrive by text or email.
We'd love to hear what regions and missionaries you are committing to pray for. Please indicate your commitment by filling out this online form. When we receive any special requests about your regions or partners throughout the year, we'll notify you.
Pray for the Neighborhoods of Memphis
One of the greatest joys of living in Memphis is interacting with our neighbors. We see each other at work, school, local restaurants, church, and in the communities in which we live. We love our city, and we long to see it flourish. Each of us can be a part of that flourishing through prayer.
Prayer is key for change in our city. This prayer book is a resource to help you better pray for our mission partners and to consider how to pray for your own neighborhood as well as other neighborhoods in Memphis. Check out our Mission Memphis Prayer Book.
Weekly Prayer Meeting
Each Sunday afternoon, all are invited to prayer for spiritual awakening and revival in our church and city, from 5:00-5:45pm in B102.
Prayer Room Available
Looking for a quiet place to pray? There’s a designated Prayer Room, open to anyone, located on the first floor of the B building.