Why do we pray? Prayer is communication with God, but God has also given us authority through our prayers. We must learn to use the Word of God in our prayers so that we can walk in the authority that God has given us to break off every stronghold that the enemy uses against us. The Word is life. It is so powerful that it alone can bring the changes we want to see in our lives, our country, and our world.
Over the course of 3 days and 9 sessions,  this year's prayer school featured powerful speakers and lessons that taught how to: equip the saints, empowerment through the Holy Spirit, the watches for intercessory prayer, activation through the laying on of hands, praying the word and seeing results, mobilization strategies, and much more.

Be sure to download the prayer school book for speakers' notes,  key points,
scripture, resources and more. 

Keynote Speakers:

Barbara Miller

Willa Pendleton

Pastor Calvin Johnson

Pray the Word. 

Isaiah 55:11 (NLT) "It is the same with my word. I send it out, and it always produces fruit. It will accomplish all I want it to,
and it will prosper everywhere I send it."
The Word of the Lord has been, is now,
and shall remain forever to be the most
powerful life giving, breathing,
and relevant power the world has ever seen.

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