Save the Dates and Register for Kingdom Come Prayer

How could diving deeper into prayer change your church and the lives of those in your community? 

2 Chronicles 7:14 (NLT) says, “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”

Hosting a Kingdom Come Prayer event is a mighty way to ask the Holy Spirit to move in ways we can’t even begin to imagine! 

Earlier this year Scott Bagshaw hosted a Kingdom Come Prayer event of 130 people in Phoenix, AZ. These were members of different churches and denominations who came together to pray, “Your Kingdom come.” Here is his testimony and description of their time together:

“In August, Alpha and Bridge Builders International hosted a Kingdom Come Prayer Gathering at Hillsong Phoenix. Any time you ask the Holy Spirit to show up, count on Him to make an appearance. People from all denominations and races joined together to pray for unity and a renewed passion to share our faith. Two hours flew by as we read Scripture, worshiped passionately, and everyone poured out their hearts in prayer. It was truly a taste of heaven.  

To close the night, three local leaders, Bishop Eduardo Nevares from the Diocese of Phoenix along with Pastor Isaiah and Jad Levi led prayers of repentance and forgiveness that broke down our walls of division! Everyone should have the opportunity to experience what all 130 people experienced that night in downtown Phoenix. Praise you, Jesus!”

We encourage you to take a step and schedule your own Kingdom Come Prayer event:

  • As part of your weekly prayer gathering

  • During your Alpha training

  • Alongside your church’s mid-week gathering

  • Join with other believers and churches in your city

  • Schedule a time to pray on your own

For more information, visit our Kingdom Come Prayer page on our website. Sign up and get your free prayer guide! 

Save the dates for Kingdom Come Prayer in 2020: Jan. 7-9 and Aug. 18-20!

Any time you ask the Holy Spirit to show up, count on Him to make an appearance. 

— Scott Bagshaw
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