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Come on! Let's change the world

Pete Greig, 6th July, 2010

The Hebrews have a saying: ‘God is not a kindly old uncle; He’s an earthquake’. Whenever we give our time and passion, to prayer and mission, an earthquake of God’s presence is born… One of the most extraordinary historical examples of such a shaking culminated exactly one hundred years ago.

Glimpses of Blessing Promises of Hope

Ian Nicholson, 28th June, 2010

"Go and look toward the sea," Elijah told his servant. And he went up and looked.

Prayer Spaces in Schools Sweep the UK

Phil Togwell, 21st June, 2010

"I wasn't expecting this!" said Sam, the school chaplain, barely able to contain his excitement. "I think this could completely change my role in the school!" Last week, Sam and his small team of volunteers hosted their first Prayer Space in a secondary school not far from where I live in Romford, and I called him on Wednesday just to ask how things were going.

Global Missions Pioneer to Speak at Magnify

Ian Nicholson, 16th June, 2010

We are excited and delighted that George Verwer, the founder of worldwide mission Operation Mobilisation (OM) has confirmed that he will be with us at Magnify, both to speak and lead us in prayer for the nations. George has carried and heralded a passion for prayer, justice and mission for over 50 years but many of us youngsters may not know much about him.

World Cup Fever: Pray while they play

Jo Herbert, 10th June, 2010

Love it or loath it, the World Cup is upon us and football/soccer mania has begun. Shirts with nationalities and emblems are a common sight; flags are flying on cars, in pubs and homes.

Millions Mobilised for Largest Prayer Meeting on Earth

Carla Harding, 31st May, 2010

The world is praying and the Holy Spirit is moving.  On Pentecost Sunday millions of Christians from every nation on earth gathered for one great ‘Amen’.

Travelling at the Speed of Light

Pete Greig, 24th May, 2010

Remember that Icelandic volcano last month? Business trips were cancelled, the skies over Europe became gloriously silent for a few days, weather girls broke out in tongues just trying to pronounce the name of the thing and you probably knew someone somewhere stranded abroad. My eldest son, for instance, was grounded in Zambia where he’d been visiting his grandparents who run a school for AIDS orphans.

I Want Justice I Want Fairness That's All I Want.

Alana Wiens, 17th May, 2010

Lately my brain’s been stuck on a few simple questions on justice: If we believe God is who He says He is, then why do we pray like He’s our grandfather asking for our Christmas list? It strikes me that one of our road blocks in approaching justice is our sense that one person can’t make a difference and that the issues are too big to even begin. If we’re praying to an all-powerful Creator God, then those are not insurmountable problems.

Cancer Healed, Gospel Heard: Let’s Celebrate!

Carla Harding, 10th May, 2010

God called, the world responded and the last ten years have been filled with the unceasing prayer of His people. As we approach a significant Birthday for the 24-7 Prayer movement I can’t help reflecting on the encouragements we don’t want to forget… The smell of candles just blown out reminds me of the dozens of Birthday’s I’ve enjoyed.

From Barn to Prayer Room: a Conversion Story

Pete Greig, 6th May, 2010

“The Prayer Room is alive and changing and growing and full of God’s presence..

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

Lyndall Bywater, 27th April, 2010

Canterbury is a small city in the southeast of England. It’s a city famous for prayer.

Fight the Fame, Choose to Lose

Carla Harding, 19th April, 2010

“Is it true today, that when people pray, cloudless skies will break, Kings and Queens will shake?” Delirious, History Makers “With great power comes great responsibility.” Uncle Ben, Spiderman When I was young I wanted to grow up to be significant.

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