Prayer Prioritized

Prayer Prioritized

Prayer is the greatest weapon in a believer’s arsenal because there is nothing that unleashes the power of God more fully than the ongoing, authentic prayer of His people.

Paul gives Christ followers this challenge in Ephesians 6:18 "And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests.  With this in mind be alert and always keep on praying for all the saints.” Again in 1 Thessalonians 5:17 Paul says, “Pray continually."  The first church was birthed out of a prayer meeting. 

Every great revival throughout history has been immersed in and activated by prayer. James 5:16 reminds us that the prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective. Our hope is that Converge Rocky Mountain will be filled with churches that take prayer seriously, congregations across Colorado, Wyoming, western Nebraska and Utah standing in the gap for each other and praying for revival to come to our region.

There are a variety of opportunities in CRM to connect in prayer.

Online Prayer Requests- Click on the link to below. If you select public, the prayer request will appear on the CRM website. When you have finished entering your information, click "Save".

Submit a Prayer Request

“Broken Arrow” Prayer Alerts- A military leader will issue a “Broken Arrow” command to alert all forces to come to the aid of a fellow warrior surrounded by the enemy.  “Broken Arrow” e-mails notify CRM leaders to pray for a fellow warrior facing an extremely difficult circumstance.

Ascent Prayer Requests- The monthly Ascent e-newsletter contains strategic prayer requests for our movement and our churches. Contact the Converge Rocky Mountain office if you would like to include a request.

Rocky Mountain Prayer Summits- Every fall, pastors and leaders are invited to pray together at regional prayer summits.  These popular events offer time to worship God, pray for the world and build stronger relationships leader to leader.  There is a small cost for food and materials

More Resources

LEAD Prayer group: Connect for ways to build your church's prayer ministry.
Download the Psalm 23 Prayer Guide