What Students Say

  • “For the one uncomfortable with prayer, I recommend the PftN course. For the one comfortable with prayer, I recommend the PftN course. For the one too comfortable in prayer, I recommend the PftN course. Regardless of where your prayer life is, I recommend the PftN course.”
  • “Now I understand why God has led me to attend this course. It's more than just developing my prayer muscles; it's about knowing His heart, so I can be standing in the gap for those who are not able to cry out to God for themselves. I desire that God will fill my heart with more of His love, so that intercession will flow forth naturally. I've been blessed!“
  • “I thank God for opening the door for me to receive His loving grace through the depths of teaching and the 'giving of self' by all leaders and speakers. I have been greatly blessed through understanding the vast difference between love and duty when praying for people I have never met.”
  • “It was diverse, multi-dimensional and an honour to be in God’s presence with people from all the nations. Such a blessing! There was so much to learn and take from it, especially for those who may struggle with prayer.”
  • “The teaching was so helpful. It was a wonderful week to focus on God and press into what He had for us as a community. The community aspect was such a blessing, and I felt really upheld by the other participants – it was a safe space to pray and be really honest with others.”
  • “I love the freedom that we have to pray, as well as can feel the fear of the Lord in the atmosphere, through the organization of this course and the way it is represented.”
  • “This is really a safe place to learn and gain perspective from other people about prayer, intercession and life as a Christian.”


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Course Tutor

Lynn Yee

Lynn is the Prayer for the Nations Coordinator at College, and runs various training initiatives in intercessory prayer….

Prayer for the Nations Course

5–11 December 2021
 

The Prayer for the Nations course will be a rich week of learning in a safe online environment with others from across the nations. You will experience ethnic worship and various ways of engaging in corporate prayer with like-minded believers who are passionate for God!  The teaching will be delivered by various guest speakers and mission practitioners from around the world, and topics may vary slightly from course to course, but the overall content promises to be practical and engaging. 

Possible topics may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • the character and ways of God in intercession
  • listening to God in corporate intercession
  • prayer and justice
  • worship, prayer and missions from the Global South
  • praying the news
  • worship and prayer from the global church
  • praying for the persecuted church
  • prophetic prayer and intercession
  • biblical worldview in prayer and missions
  • engaging the Word and Spirit in prayer.

For a list of confirmed topics and speakers, please send an email request to prayer4thenations@allnations.ac.uk

Course delivery:

This course is run via Zoom where participants will learn through online lectures, breakout group discussions, and corporate worship and intercession times. 

Building a sense of community is an important part of the learning, so we ask for your committed and active participation in the full schedule for the week.  The opening session starts on Sunday afternoon and ends with the Prayer Ignite seminar on Saturday afternoon. 

From Monday to Friday, the hours of engagement include the morning session from 9:30am to 12pm, and the afternoon session from 2:15pm–4pm.  Times listed are UK time, but we expect many to join us from various time zones.

It is possible to join in with this course as a day visitor. To enquire about sitting in as a day visitor for a particular topic, write to prayer4thenations@allnations.ac.uk

 

Application closing date: 

The closing date for applications is 2 December 2021

 

Key Information

  • Cost
  • 2021 Course Costs
     

    Registration Fee: £25 (non-refundable).

    Course Cost: at your discretion. Click here to make a donation, and under ‘What inspired you to give today?’, select “Prayer for the Nations”.

    We hope to make this course accessible for all, so we ask that you prayerfully consider making a donation to the College, rather than us setting a fixed course fee. Your donation would help to cover the costs of course administration and content preparation.

    Day Visitors Costs: £10 a day. 

    If you sign up for the day’s topic, please attend the full schedule for that day. 

    Freewill Offering for Speakers: at your discretion.

    There will be a separate freewill offering taken up towards the end of the week to honour our speakers for the course.  We will give further instructions for giving towards the speakers, so do not include this in your donation to the College.

    Sponser Another: If you wish to sponsor others for this course, please write to prayer4thenations@allnations.ac.uk

    It has been a blessing on previous courses to see participants give to cover the registration fees of their fellow course mates from Africa, Asia or South America who were not able to afford the registration. 

     

    In all this, we wish to encourage generosity within the Body of Christ.

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