Join YWAM’s Global Prayer
Topics and Calendar
April 13, 2017: Growth–Persecution
May 11, 2017: Spiritual Formation
About The Invitation
YWAM has always been committed to prayer and seeking God. We do this as individuals, as ministry locations, as countries and at many other levels. Many of YWAM’s leaders believe that now is the time for YWAM everywhere to come together in prayer in an even more unified manner.
At a meeting in 2014, several hundred YWAM leaders had a sense that God was inviting YWAM into His presence in a new way. Now YWAM’s leaders extend that invitation to the whole mission and to the friends of YWAM as well. They invite us all to gather before God together once a month.
The prayer day is called The Invitation. Said Darlene Cunningham, one of YWAM’s founders, “God is inviting us into His presence to help carry and nurture His dreams.”
The second Thursday of each month, or on whatever day close to that works better for your community.
On one month the prayer will focus on local concerns, the next month for areas where YWAM does not yet have a presence, and the next month for global issues.
How to Participate
To share what you sensed in prayer, go to YWAM’s Facebook page and like it. Look for the post about The Invitation on the second Thursday of each month. Add a comment about how your own prayer time went.
Stay informed on Twitter by following @ywam and by using #praywithywam.
To contact us with suggestions for The Invitation, or to give us feedback from prayer times, including topic ideas you sense God is leading you to share with us, please email us. Your input will be prayerfully considered by people serving The Invitation, which includes a global group of intercessors, several YWAM leaders, and a few YWAM staff and volunteers who work in communication.
We will attempt to offer as many translations as possible of The Invitation emails. We usually offer Spanish, Portuguese, French, Korean, and Indonesian. If you don’t see your language and would like to help us by translating, please contact us.
“Principles For Effective Intercession” by Joy Dawson.