cover story image

Cover Story

ARE WE SERIOUS ABOUT PRAYER?

By Peter Burgo

I recently received a letter from a dear old saint lamenting the demise of the Wednesday night prayer meeting. It was an all-too-familiar lament, which I sometimes too eagerly write off as a nostalgic plea (and shame on me for that). But this was not simply an octogenarian’s longing for the good old days. It was a loyal believer’s deep, agonizing concern for the minimization of one of the most powerful tools of the Church: the gathering of God’s people to shake the foundations of heaven in order that God’s purposes be fulfilled on earth.

When John Stumbo accepted the mantle to lead The Alliance, he vowed to seek God earnestly and vigorously for the task set before him, confessing, “Once again I find myself in a situation that so far exceeds my capacity that I am thrust into a place of dependence upon Him. More

Features

SMOG

Prayer can be choked by Satan’s toxic cocktail

By David Beidel

SEAT 39F

An answered prayer for peace

By Julie Arant

THE KINDNESS OF THE KING

GCF in action

By an Alliance global teammate

CALLED TO CONNECT

By Dot Milliken

News and Events

Don't have anything to go here either...

Alliance Development Fund

Departments

Living the Call

FOR EVERYONE

Rosilio Román III

Walking on Water

PRAYER: POWERFUL, NEEDED, NEGLECTED!

Bert Warden

Foundations

VISION BECOMES ACTION

Donald Ward

dLife

THRONE PRAYER

Paul L. King

Prayer Life

NEWS FROM THE NATIONS