Over 1000 participated in two regionwide Power Prayer Days in the Delmarva Region!

The partnership between the Delmarva State office and Project Pray was intended to be a day-long training session in prayer. As registrations came in for the first training event, scheduled for Saturday, January 31, it became clear that the venue which had been reserved for the event would not be adequate. The state scrambled to get the word out that the event was being moved, 48 hours before the training. Anticipating a few hundred, almost 500 turned out on a very cold, brisk morning to attend the western shore Power Prayer Day with facilitator P. Douglas Small at the Heritage Community Church in Severn, Maryland.

The material shared was from the seminar, “Enriching Your Personal Prayer Life,” developed Doug Small. The heart of the seminar is learing to structure time with God, developing prayer disciplines, learning to prayer scripture – and more.

Three weeks later, on another very cold and brisk Saturday morning, in an area in which the state had hoped for an attendance of 150-200, almost 575 people responded to the Power Prayer Day at the Church of God at Easton.

The word had spread. Scores of individuals have now responded to pastors and to the state office about the marked difference these days have already made in their prayer life. Pastors from across the region are reporting a tremendous move of the Holy Spirit in their churches that they directly attribute to the Power Prayer Days and the increase to a new level of prayer in their local churches.

To God be the glory!