Daily Dedications

Prayer Process days

Engage in the daily dedications to maintain an active prayer life!

Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;
– Ephesians 6:18 KJV

The details…

Every day of the week has a prayer activity for you to participate in to keep you engaged and on one accord with other Prayer Partners of the program.

Pray around the clock (Sundays)

Pray at the same time every hour you are awake. You are literally taking time every hour to pray around the clock. This activity keeps you aware and increases your frequency in how often you pray. – Psalm 55:17

Prayer Watch (Mondays)

As you go about your day, purposefully seek for things to pray for. This activity puts you in the mindset to literally “watch and pray”. -Colossians 4:2

Pray & fast (Tuesdays)

Amp up your prayer life with a fast for 12 or 24 hours. Turn your plate down and focus your spirit to pray throughout the day. – Daniel 9:3

Prayer Meeting (Wednesdays)

Join Miss BJB weekly on the “Meet Me at the Throne” Zoom prayer meeting (in conjunction with Bridge of Hope Ministries, LLC). We must not forsake the assembling of ourselves to pray. -Hebrews 10:25

Prayer Partner Day (Thursdays)

This day is set aside for you and your personal prayer partner to meet (over the phone, online or in person). We all need accountability and exhortation. This activity helps to strengthen your prayer life as you help someone else. -Matthew 18:20

Prayer Fellowship (Fridays)

Break bread with a fellow believer OR take this time to fellowship with whomever the Lord leads you to for the purpose of prayer. Have fun, share a meal and just converse with someone. This activity makes room for you to expand your scope and build relationships through prayer. – Acts 2:42

Prayer Walk / Drive (Saturdays)

Take a walk or a drive today. While you are moving, seek for opportunities to pray for what you see. You can pray privately or even allow the Lord to lead you to ask whether a person wants prayer. -Luke 18:1