Church of the City is excited to announce that our College of Prayer will be launching this Fall! We will be offering three semesters of prayer discipleship curriculum focusing on individual, communal, and corporate prayer.
The College of Prayer is dedicated to providing believers an opportunity to grow in relationship with God, confidence in prayer and cultivate a holy imagination for what God can do through the Body of Christ. Jesus’ disciples witnessed Jesus perform many signs and wonders and yet the thing they asked for instruction in was prayer. They said, “Lord, teach us to pray.” (Luke 11:2) We believe Jesus still wants to teach His church to pray.
Our school is committed to providing scripturally based, theologically rooted, teaching, whether from our own church leaders along with material from other Mother & Fathers of the faith, combined with the power of the Holy Spirit to equip the body of Christ.
What to expect:
Discover how Jesus taught His disciples to pray
Learn how to walk daily in the power of the Holy Spirit, and be fully empowered to pray effectively
Learn to receive the love of the Father and pray from a place of acceptance
Develop the spiritual reflexes to resist and overcome your two greatest enemies. (Or Learn how to resist and overcome spiritual warfare)
Deepen and grow in your spiritual authority in Christ
Practice the art of forgiveness
Advance the kingdom of God in your spheres of influence
Discover what the fullness of God looks like in our families
Practice having Holy Spirit filled homes
How do we practically love our neighbor
The Power of Blessing
Learn how to build the Kingdom in your community
Discover the call of God on your community and family
What does it look like to live a missions oriented life
Vision for the Church to be fully alive
Hunger for God
How do we create Upper Rooms
Ministering to the Lord
Learn how to have a Spirit filled Church
The Power of Fasting
Praying for the Nations
Summer Pilgramage (Optional):
We will be traveling to Herrnhut, Germany to visit the historic site of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit that happened August 13th, 1727, known as “the Great Moravian Revival”
During our time there we will meet with local missionaries to join in prayer and have specific prayer workshops
Connect & participate with the Jesus House, an established House of Prayer since 2005
Participate in a 24hr Prayer Watch
Visit the home of Count Zinzendorf, a Moravian Bishop who played a large role in starting the Protestant Missions Movement.
The application for this course is now closed.