Dear IPMI Partner,
Thank you for partnering with IPMI during 2019. As we pause to reflect on the many accomplishments during the year, we thank God for you in recognition of the fact that without your help none of this would have been possible. We are, therefore, quite pleased to share with you a brief overview of the year’s ministry activities.
On May 18, IPMI hosted the Twelfth Annual Pastors’ and Leaders’ Prayer Symposium in New York City with Dr. Mac Pier, Founder, and CEO of Movement.org, an organization facilitating revival and the evangelization of nations around the world through the various gospel initiatives it conducts in significant cities around the world. Over Seventy-five pastors and leaders from across the tristate attended the Symposium to strengthen their prayer lives and facilitate prayer in their congregations. We hosted the Twenty-third Annual Prayer Breakfast in New York City with Guest Speaker Rev. Dr. Joel Edwards from the United Kingdom on June 22. The Breakfast was attended by approximately a hundred and fifty believers of various denominations from across the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. In addition to catalyzing spiritual revival among participating churches in the region, the Prayer Breakfast has facilitated significant times of prayer for the nations over the years.
IPMI collaborated with members of the clergy and the Jamaica Overseas Missions in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom to host the Fifteenth Annual Jamaica Diaspora Day of Prayer and Fasting (JDOP) on August 7. Since its inception, thousands of Jamaican Christians from scores of congregations have participated in this annual day of fasting and prayer for spiritual renewal and transformation in their homeland. The initiative has also helped to raise much-needed funds to assist Jamaican charities that work with at-risk youth from the inner city communities on the island.
The twenty-third Annual 21 Days Prayer and Fasting climaxed with the hosting of another powerful Global Prayer Summit on October 12 that attracted a group of local and international prayer leaders to New York City. The high point of the conference was a great time of prayer that took place for revival in the US and the various challenges facing nations around the world. During 2019, IPMI was also busy promoting united prayer for revival for world evangelization and the healing and transformation of nations through the hosting of three monthly global prayer calls. Christians leaders from twelve countries, including the US, facilitated these thirty-six global prayer calls. IPMI also launched IPMI TV, which will enable IPMI in the coming years to extend its ministry on a much larger scale to individuals and churches locally and internationally.
Once again, thank you for your wonderful support of IPMI, which has made an enormous difference in the lives of people and nations around the world.