Inner Room is a free prayer list app that turns your mobile phone into a prayer room.
Jesus said, “But you, when you pray, go into your inner room, close your door and pray to your Father…” Matthew 6:6 (NASB)
Phones can be a distraction when we’re talking to God. Whether you’re at home, college, work or on the move, Inner Room helps you focus on prayer and follow through on the things you want to pray for.
Pray for one need at a time or group things into personalised ‘prayer playlists’. Choose how long you want to pray for and be guided in prayer.
Find it hard to remember to pray? Choose a time and the Inner Room app will remind you with a one-off, daily, weekly or monthly notification.
Turn audio on and make any run or commute a prayer session. Let your phone, read you the things you want to pray about.
Capture the people and situations you want to talk to God about by adding them to your prayer board. Add photos and notes and use suggested categories to inspire you to pray for something new.
Pray like the early Church did, with The Daily Prayer Rhythm. These set prayers have been especially created so that you can join with others all over the world to pray intentionally, every morning, midday and evening.
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Turn to God, instead of social media when you have a few unexpected minutes in a queue, on the train or even on the toilet! Use ‘Quick Pray’ and Inner Room will choose 3 random things to pray for in 3 minutes.
It’s easy to forget that prayer is a two-way conversation. Every time you use Inner Room, you’ll be prompted to spend some time listening to God.
Finished praying for something? Choose to either ‘Archive’ it or add it to your ‘Thanks’ board. As your ‘Thanks’ board grows, the app creates a ‘Thanks Playlist’ so you can be reminded of the prayers God has answered.
Check out the Inner Room website for information, how to guides and FAQs
“Prayer with these prompts is a joy!”
“I’ve been using this app for about month now and already I’ve prayed more and in a more meaningful way for the things I want to.”