Attendance and participation in the Online Week of Prayer can be as easy as clicking your computer keyboard. Being a web-based activity, attendance can be anytime of the day anywhere you are in the world. You can listen to God’s messages, participate in prayer circles, or discuss with other participants as you are moved by the Holy Spirit. To benefit more fully from this worship, it is highly recommended that you select the best time of your day when you can focus solely on God.
This Week of Prayer is designed to create an interactive form of worship, not merely listening to a video or audio message. After listening to each message, you are encouraged to participate actively in the accompanying interactions as you reflect on those messages. Then, let’s pray for each other. Special prayer leaders were asked to pray for the prayer requests that have been submitted early. Although these prayers have been pre-recorded, you can still post your prayer requests so others can pray for you. Join the Prayer Circle and experience the blessings of praying for others and of being prayed for.
If you need someone to talk to, or just need a listening ear, or a shoulder to cry on, some AIIAS professors have volunteered their time and you can contact them privately in our Call a Friend section. Then, as you receive God’s blessings, you are requested to share your testimonies so God’s name will be lifted up and others could be inspired as well.
To begin your participation, follow these instructions. Once inside the week of prayer website, the first step is to go to the Personal Introductions forum (also found below the banner) to introduce yourself. Take this opportunity to welcome and know your fellow travelers in this week’s journey. Then, you can go (scroll down) to the first topic of the series by clicking its banner.
Online WOP Team