Ways to Use Your Prayer Map

Ways to Use Your Prayer Map

  • Pray for one city each day, checking them off as you go.
  • Team up with your Sabbath school class to pray, dividing up the map among members. Each Sabbath, together check off all the cities prayed for that week.
  • Organize your large school to pray for the cities, assigning certain lines to certain classes like they did at Forest Lake Education Center.
  • Have each student in your small school pray for a different area need for each city each day, like they did at Hillsdale Christian School.
  • Have kids in your homeschool find one city each day on a world map, and draw from a hat each day to select whether to learn about the geography, culture, religious background, government, or economy of that city. After learning a little about them, pray for them.
  • Consider sending us a photo of you or your prayer team together with your completed prayer map--and a brief summary of your experience--when you finish.
  • Tell friends to download their own free prayer map and pray for cities around the world!
  • Invite friends in North America to request a free printed map that folds to credit-card size so they can easily keep it with their Bible!
  • Learn more about the prayer map by watching this video, or use the PowerPoint and related script to promote it to your church!

Ways to Pray for the 580+ Cities of a Million or More Worldwide

  • Pray that urban dwellers who are hungry for hope will meet Jesus and know truth.
  • Pray for Adventists who will be willing to sacrifice to take truth to cities where Jesus is not known.
  • Pray for lives to be spared amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Pray for medical professionals who are putting their own lives at risk to save others.
  • Pray for those who have lost loved ones due to the pandemic.
  • Pray for wisdom for city leaders in the ongoing health crisis.
  • Pray for stability and peace.
  • Pray for marriages and families under stress.
  • Pray for your those who have lost their income due to the pandemic.
  • Pray for those who are struggling to get an education under difficult circumstances.
  • Pray for the homeless who are especially vulnerable now.
  • Pray for the fatherless and for those who have been driven from their homes.
  • Pray for those for whom COVID-19 further complicates existing physical and mental health challenges.

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