24-7 IRL tweets:
What Parents Say: "The children who took part were amazing. Very reflective, in tune with feelings."
24-7 Prayer UK tweets:
"God disrupts the ordinary & ushers in the extraordinary: embrace the divine chaos” Episode 17: https://t.co/7vCvKZTfSo
24-7 Prayer tweets:
"God disrupts the ordinary & ushers in the extraordinary: embrace the divine chaos” http://t.co/oyoaSorwWZ #247pods
24-7 Prayer Canada tweets:
What Students Say: "I occasionally pray, but this has made me think that I should pray more. Especially for the people in need." Girl, Yr 7
"I do not believe in prayer but Sanctum was very helpful and enjoyable. It also helped me understand what prayer actually is." Boy, Year 7
24-7 Prayer Stanford tweets:
Prayers of one of our star café team: "When I feel weak and worthless, you come and shine your light of strength" #humility
24-7 Prayer UK tweets:
“Today maybe God is reminding you He’s the God who invades the impossible on your behalf” Episode 16: https://t.co/sMSn5zJFta
Pete Greig is one of the bewildered founders of 24-7 Prayer, an international, interdenominational movement of prayer, mission and justice. Pete also leads Emmaus Rd a Boiler Room community in Guildford, England, and serves as Director of Prayer for HTB and Alpha International.
24-7 Prayer has impacted more than 2 million people through 12,000 prayer rooms in 123 nations praying non-stop, night-and-day since 1999. It has launched a number of notable new ministries including The 24-7 Academy, The Prayer Course, 24-7 Ibiza, Prayer Spaces in Schoolsand an international family of 'Boiler Room' communities. 24-7's innovative approach to spirituality and culture has attracted the attention of the media, from Rolling Stone, to Readers’ Digest and a specially commissioned TV documentary in the UK. Pete preaches and teaches all over the world, and has authored or co-authored several best-selling books, available in various languages:
Pete is married to Sammy and they live in Guildford, near London, with their two children and Noodle the Labradoodle. His interests include art, sailing, Portsmouth Football Club and a 1964 Morris Minor convertible known affectionately as 'Little Mo'. He tweets regularly @petegreig and blogs at www.petegreig.com
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