Prayer Networks & Movements
National Day of Prayer & Fasting : www.nationaldayofprayer.com.au
National Day of Prayer & Fasting – Brisbane: (this website) www.brisbaneprays.com and our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BrisbaneNDOPF/
Generation Fire: www.generationfire.com.au (A grass roots prayer movement Australia wide and now international). Generation Fire facebook pages (national): www.facebook.com/groups/generationfire/ and the Brisbane one: www.facebook.com/Generation-Fire-Brisbane
Australian Prayer Network: http://ausprayernet.org.au/
40 days of Prayer & worship: 40daysofprayer.com.au
40 days of Delight: 40daysofdelight.com.au
40 days for Life: https://40daysforlife.com/
Kids Arise : http://brisbane.kidsarise.com/ or for more up to date information email Shirley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pray for Australia: www.prayforaustralia.com.au
Social Action and Prayer Points
Australian Christian Lobby: www.acl.org.au
Australian Family Association: https://www.family.org.au/
Bible Reading Marathon (Brisbane): https://brisbanebiblereadingmarathon.wordpress.com/
Canberra Declaration (who started the National Day of Prayer): www.canberradeclaration.org.au
Christian Values: www.christianvalues.org.au
Domestic Violence fundraising, awareness, help: www.dareformalwear.com.au/
Israel – Bridges for Peace: www.bridgesforpeace.com
Kids Rights: http://kidsrights.org.au/
Priceless Life Centre: http://pricelesslifecentre.org.au/
National Alliance of Christian leaders: nacl.com.au
National Marriage Coalition: marriage.org.au
Prayer Resources, Training and Schools
Please see details under Brisbane Southside for the Prayer Room and Blazing Altar Prayer & worship events, which are also training events (learn by doing). He also runs a number of part day or one day seminars with bible teaching on prayer and in bringing issues to the attention of the body of Christ that need praying into. Every year or two Glen Vines hosts and coordinates visits from key leaders from the International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Kansas City. Glen Vines can be contacted on 0403 062 915 or email@example.com for more information.
Watchmen School of Intercession:
The ‘Watchmen School of Intercession’ regularly run courses all over Australia, however they do book out quickly. To find out when and where their courses are being held please check out http://ausprayernet.org.au/Prayer_School/school-calendar.php
Courts of Heaven
A new understanding of prayer comes when we understand how many legal terms and references are in the bible. Robert Henderson has a book available from Koorong called “Operating in the Courts of Heaven” which will help us in our understanding of this topic.
Freedom from Freemasonry:
The harmful effects of Freemasonry effects families for generations (and the nation), because of its pagan and occult roots, including the (often hidden) worship of the same foreign gods (gods of fertility/ sex cults that were worshiped through immorality & child sacrifice) that the Old and New Testaments specifically forbade. Most Masons in the lower degrees, have been purposely kept in the dark about the true (evil) significance of their words/actions/involvement. Masonry was rife in UK, Europe and early Australia; so we should assume that some of our ancestors were masons; so all maturing and mature Christians need to renounce it. Harmful effects include early death, abortion, physical illnesses, chronic diseases, accidents, relationship difficulties, secrecy, financial difficulties, a more distant relationship with God, in addition to the inability to walk into the fullness of their Christian destiny/calling/ministry. Many believe that freemasonry needs to fully renounced and be dealt with (individually and then corporately) before revival can come to our nation.
Charles Finney (revivalist in 1800’s) was a Freemason but he renounced it and repented of its sin. He is quoted as saying: “It is the most anomalous (abnormal), absurd and abominable institution that can exist in a Christian country.”
To gain some freedom from masonry, as a starter, consider asking at the Healing Rooms, their locations can be found on their website www.healingrooms.com.au. They have a written prayer for renouncing freemasonry that requires a couple of session or a few hours to prayer through with their assistance.
More comprehensive books and courses from local and interstate ministries, for gaining greater freedom from the effects of masonry include:
- ‘Break Free’ manual from www.treeoflifeministry.info (Tasmania) or their one day course.
- ‘Freemasonry: Death in the Family’ by Yvonne Kitchener from www.fruitfulvine.com.au (a church in Melbourne).
- The Yah Mission church yahmission.org on the Gold Coast runs seminars on various masonic male and female orders and their various pagan/occult foundations that they are built upon, so that people can gain freedom from them. These courses will also help equip intercessors. Please contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out their schedule of courses and (various) locations of where they will be held.
Note that these books and courses are only for Christians that are in the habit of regularly forgiving and repenting, who are familiar with the truths in God’s Word the Bible, and who are committed to a lifestyle of obedience to Jesus. The content in these books needs to be worked through with another Christian or in a group, with prayer cover.
Note that the groups advertised on the main parts of this website are focused on prayer for corporate issues, the city and the nation – and not for personal needs. So these are some of your options if you are in need of prayer for yourself or your family:
- Ask at your local church;
- Please consider asking for prayer at the prayer line hosted by the Vision radio station vision.org.au/prayer/ ; or
- Dropping into one of the Healing Rooms www.healingrooms.com.au if you are in need of prayer for physical or emotional healing;
- For more in depth prayer and training consider attending some of the Elijah House courses www.elijahhouse.com.au to learn about and receive prayer ministry. Some of what you will learn about when praying for families in Elijah House can also be applied to the larger groups of people or “tribes” (a nation resembles a really big family ).
When we start praying for people to come to know God and for revival, guess what? God starts to move our hearts and our feet to become part of the answer to our prayers.
If you are wanting to buy leaflets to hand out:
UCB Direct or Vision Radio store : store.vision.org.au/
Bill Newman Ministries: www.bnm.org.au