Prayer Surge Prayer Points

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Welcome to Prayer Surge 2019! We are glad you have decided to join us for this special time of unified prayer and fasting. Let’s SURGE together to release the power of God as never before! Guidelines: While in the main auditorium, please maintain an atmosphere of prayer. The lobby and Café are available for personal conversation. Each shift has a designated pastoral leader who has prayed, fasted, and prepared for their shift. There is great power in unity, so please join in and support these leaders and their teams. Schedule: Friday January 18-19 TIME





Pastor Nicole Sumner


Young Adult

Micah Jones


Young Professionals

Pastor Cari Stewart/John Newton



Pastor Chris Cobb


Healing Network

Pastors Brad and Kathy Easter


Healing Network

Pastors Graig and Joy Young


All Church Prayer

Pastor David Cannistraci



Pastor Carol Cobb



Pastor Carol Coen


Team GateWay

Pastor Anne Delgado


Healing Network

Pastor Colleen Brown



Pastor Jordan Cannistraci



Pastor Kathy King


Prayer Network

Pastor John Headley

Theme: Breakthrough Whatever mountain you are facing in your life, God can bring breakthrough. It is not by might, not by power, but through the Holy Spirit. Declare God’s grace over your mountain and trust that the Holy Spirit will help you, and you will be able to move forward. (Zechariah 4: 6-7)

Prayer Pattern: P.R.A.Y. (Praise-Repent-Ask-Yield) Praise God for who He is and what He has already done. Repent from any sin for yourself and for others. Ask God for what you and others need. Yield to God’s answer and perspective. Begin to decree His Word.

Prayer Points Scripture Text: Joel 2:12-32 -Pray that we would see God for who He really is—gracious, compassionate, and generous—in our personal lives, in our families, and in our church family (vs 13-14). -Pray that all would receive healing and cleansing through confession and repentance (vs 12). -Pray that God would establish within us a heart for others and a lifestyle of prayer and intercession (vs 15-18). -Pray that we will never forget what God has already done for us and that we would always live in thankfulness and faith (vs 20-21). -Pray that we will experience breakthrough in every area of need as we come into agreement with God’s promises, specifically for abundant provision, deliverance from our enemies, fruitfulness in all that we do, restoration of what has been lost, divine revelation, and respect from all people (vs 2127). -Pray that many people would come to know Jesus through a revolutionary outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Pray for signs and wonders, miracles, healing, deliverance, and encounters with the Holy Spirit to take place at home, in our families, in our workplaces, and anywhere else we go (vs 28-32). -Pray that the Kingdom of God will have influence in our culture so that God’s glory will cover all the earth (vs 27-31).