ABOUT THE PRAYER ROOM
A Culture of Night & Day Worship & Prayer
The primary focus of our missions base is to establish night and day prayer with worship. Two figures from the Bible who inspire us in this are Anna, the first evangelist and forerunner in the New Testament, who prayed and fasted for over sixty years before Jesus’ first coming (Luke 2:37), and King David who organized and paid 4,000 musicians and 288 singers to worship God night and day (1 Chr. 23:1–25:31).
We want you to feel comfortable, whether as a participant or an anonymous visitor. You are welcome to stay in the prayer room as long as you like. While in the prayer room, feel free to sing along with the worship teams, read your Bible, study a favorite commentary, write in your journal or just pray. You may sit, stand or even pace up and down the aisles. Whatever you do, we ask that you do it in a manner that honors and serves the other people in the room.
TWO BASIC PRAYER & WORSHIP FORMATS
Intercession sets are usually energetic as the room is invited to engage in corporate prayer. These two-hour sets generally have a specific prayer focus, and individuals in the room are welcome to pray on the microphone for a corporate burden which may involve the Tallahassee region or believers worldwide. There are also cycles of “rapid fire prayer” when, one by one, intercessors pray a succession of 15-second prayers on a specific theme, and times of small group prayer for those who wish to participate.
Worship with the Word is a prayer format in which we agree with God’s heart as we sing the biblical truths of who God is and what His promises are. Since these sets are more devotional in nature, the volume is brought down to make a more conducive environment for reading the Bible and entering into contemplative or devotional prayer.