• Wednesday , 23 August 2017

Resources for the National Day of Prayer


Today is the National Day of Prayer in the United States. Millions of people will pause to pray together in churches, homes, work places, and schools.

Explore these Upper Room resources and tools to help strengthen your prayer life:


Request Prayer via The Living Prayer Center Prayer Line  
The Upper Room Living Prayer Center is a 7-day-a-week intercessory prayer ministry staffed by Christian volunteers. Submit a prayer request and our Covenant Prayer Groups will pray for you. Call us at 1-800-251-2468 (7am-11pm CST) and a volunteer will pray with you. Your request will also be shared with and prayed for by our Covenant Prayer Groups.

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Visit the Prayer Wall 

The Upper Room Living Prayer Center prayer wall provides an online space for people to share prayer concerns and respond to the prayers of others. Click here to visit the prayer wall.


Ask about Prayer 
Do you have—or have you been asked—questions about prayer? What is prayer? What happens when we pray? To whom do we pray? In a 2012 Interpreter magazine, Tom Albin shared his thoughts on some common questions people ask about prayer. To read the article, visit the Interpreter magazine site.


Read The Upper Room daily devotional guide 
Join millions of people each day as they read and pray together using The Upper Room daily devotional guide. Click here to read today’s meditation.


Pray with Breath, Body, and Spirit 
Read Whitney Simpson’s new book Holy Listening with Breath, Body, and Spirit and discover the practice of regular breath and body prayer. Visit The Upper Room Bookstore for more books on prayer.


Learn and Explore with UReLearning UReLearning offers eCourses that help participants grow a deeper practice of prayer. Visit UReLearning for more information on courses about prayer and prayer practices.


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