How we reach the unreached
Our Prayer Ministries
Restoring the Foundations
So (Elijah) arose and ate and drank and went in the strength of that food forty days and nights to Horeb, the mountain of God. … an angel touched him. Arise, he said and eat because the journey is too great for you. 1Kings 19:7,8
The journey is too great for us. The foundation of any work of God should be built upon prayer. The Bible says that one can put a thousand to flight and two can put ten thousand to flight. We are stronger together. Yet we recognize that the work that lies ahead of us exceeds our ability and strength. Our reliance is on God; hence we pray.
“Keep the Fire on the Altar Burning”
The Moravian Church established a twenty-four/seven prayer-chain that lasted one hundred years. In 1727 they birthed a revival through prayer. Their practice of prayer was based on Leviticus 6:13, “Fire shall be kept burning continually on the altar.” They established a twenty-four/seven hourly intercession that everyone in their community participated in including young adults, and children.
The purpose was twofold, offering a sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving through worship and songs and interceding for the sick and oppressed, the persecuted and imprisoned.
The Azusa Revival of 1906 was borne out of a small group of mostly African-American female household workers praying for revival. It is said that William J. Seymour, who had a major role in the revival prayed four hours a day. It is written when Seymour met John Lake that he inquired of the Holy Spirit what should be done for revival. Seymour states that he was directed “pray more.” The Azusa Street Revival launched many missionaries, and who went out to every corner of the globe.
Both movements accomplished much for the Lord, which impacted the world. Both were “fueled by prayer.” We are encouraged by their testimonies. So, we humbly approach the throne of grace asking for His divine assistance in our times as we recognize apart from Him, we can do nothing.
We welcome you to join us in prayer through one or more of the AFI Prayer ministries. All the prayer ministries focus on praying for AFI Missionaries, the leadership, goals & needs of the ministry and unreached nations. We will provide you with prayer points. Also please invite your young people. If you are interested please contact us at: email@example.com
AFI Men’s Prayer-Line Ministry
Men connect on Zoom on Sunday evenings from 8-9pm EST
AFI Women’s Prayer-Line Ministry
Women connect on a prayer conference line on Saturday evening at 5-6pm
Youth Prayer Ministry for High School and College Students
Young Adults connect on Zoom on Friday from 3:30-4:30pm EST
AFI Children’s Prayer, Spanish Prayer and French Prayer
24\7 Prayer-Line Ministry
This is a Global Prayer-Line. We are looking for every hour to be covered in prayer. We have available slots if you are interested. Please complete the enclosed form and send to us. We will provide you will prayer points for AFI.
AFI Monthly Prayer Vigil
This is a great time of prayer from 8-12pm EST on Zoom. You can pray the entire time or for an hour or more.
Fueled by Prayer
This a prayer line, where AFI is paid each time you pray on behalf of AFI. You can call in during anytime. In order to pray with this ministry, you have to register please complete the form and write “Fueled by Prayer” on it. We submit this to Fueled by Prayer and will provide you with instructions and a code.