Prayer and the Web

1. Prayer needs for IE Day

Our email newsletter (sign up on this page) will also bring you prayer points. Here are some ongoing needs:

Broader web evangelism issues:

2. Your own prayer cover

We also encourage anyone involved in web ministry to get regular prayer support. Just because you may be working at home in your spare time, or in an office, you are still in the front line.
“Stay alert, be in prayer, so that you don't enter the danger zone without even knowing it. Don’t be naive.” (Mark 14:38 Msg)

“I'd look at one of my stonecutters hammering away at a rock, perhaps a hundred times without as much as a crack showing in it. Yet, at the hundred and first blow, it would split in two, and I knew it was not that blow that did it, but all that had gone before.”
– Jacob A. Riis

The Web has revolutionized prayer for evangelism. No longer do prayer requests have to wait for a prayer letter or printed magazine. Now urgent prayer requests can be flashed around the world within minutes to an audience of thousands. Missionaries are never more than an email away from their support base. Christians have never been better informed, or more in touch.

Prayer is relevant to online evangelism in two ways: