December 2017, Monthly Global Prayer Teleconference Calls

  Calling  all Christians  to unite in prayer for revival through the Monthly Global Prayer Teleconference (MGPT) “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord” (Psalm 33: 12) Help Make A Difference in our world through the power of intercession.  Join with fellow Christians from across the United States, South America, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom, Asia and … [Read more...]

A Guide to the Successful Fast

  If you are joining us for the 2017 Twenty-one Days of  Prayer for breakthrough for the first time and you have also made the decision to combine this time of prayer with fasting, welcome. You have made an important decision that has the potential of revolutionizing your prayer life and placing you on a path to victorious Christian living. But in order to reap the … [Read more...]

Christian Persecution and Religious Freedom

  I was just about to turn in for the night when I thought I should check on my emails.  In the list of unopened items, one message screamed out at me.  It said “More interviews…” And it came from my colleague at Christian Solidarity Worldwide who was in Ethiopia visiting an Eritrean refugee camp poised on the precarious boarders between the two nations.  One story … [Read more...]

May 19, 2017 Pastors’ & Leaders’ Prayer Symposium

  Welcome to the Tenth Annual Pastors and Leaders Prayer Symposium, hosted by Intercessory Prayer Ministry International in Association with Concerts of Prayer Greater New York.  The Annual Pastors and Leaders Prayer Symposium is designed to be a source of practical and spiritual support to pastors and ministry leaders, many of whose churches struggle with prayer. Are … [Read more...]

January 2017 Global Prayer Agenda

Category One Prayer for America and Europe Scripture Reading: 1 Tim. 2: 1 -4. Prayer for Revival in America   Prayer for God’s Protection of the Nation from Terrorist Attacks ISIS Targets Thousands of US Churches, wants to Turn 'Christian New Year' Into 'Bloody Horror Movie' The Islamic State terror group has published the names and addresses of thousands of … [Read more...]

Syrian Rebels Suspend Plans for Taking Part in Peace Talks

VOA News  January 02, 2017 8:37 PM -  Ken Schwartz Syrian rebels say they are suspending negotiations to join peace talks in Kazakhstan later this month because of what they say are repeated ceasefire violations by Syrian government forces. A coalition of mostly moderate rebel groups, the Free Syrian Army, put out a statement Monday saying, "they respected the cease-fire … [Read more...]

The Generating Power of God’s Word

By Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture:  1 PETER 1:22-25 Meditation:   As a boy, I grew up in Detroit, Michigan during World War II.  Because of food rationing my parents decided to have what was called a "Victory Garden."  They also decided that my brother and I would learn to plant a garden and care for it until harvest time.  I had no idea what the difference was between the … [Read more...]

Two Mothers and Two Babies

By Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture:   LUKE 1:39-56 Meditation:   Mary apparently started on her journey as soon as possible because the journey would be between 50-70 miles from Nazareth to Zechariah's and Elizabeth's home - a major trip in those days.  The stirring of the unborn child in Elizabeth's womb becomes a joyful prelude to her being filled with the Holy Spirit, … [Read more...]

Germany Identifies New Suspect in Berlin Market Attack

VOA News December 21, 2016 German police are engaged in a manhunt to find a Tunisian man suspected of involvement in Monday's deadly truck rampage in Berlin. An arrest warrant issued Wednesday names Anis Amri and lists him as a Tunisian citizen, born in the town of Ghaza. The wanted notice says he has used at least six aliases and three nationalities in the past and is … [Read more...]

An Event for Everyone

By Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture:   LUKE 2:1-20  Meditation:  It is wonderful that the story tells that the first announcement of God came to the shepherds.  Shepherds were despised by the orthodox good people of the day.  They were not able to keep the details of the ceremonial law; they could not observe all the hand-washings, rules and regulations.  The flocks made … [Read more...]

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