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Prayer Network

Because we understand that prayer has preceded every major move of God in the earth, we want to ensure that our church remains in sync with the move and heart of God.

Since its inception, prayer has played a major role in World Outreach Center. No decisions have or will be made which have not first been “bathed” in prayed. Isaiah 56:7 says, “for my house shall be called a house of prayer for all people.”

At World Outreach Center we take on the task of being “A House of Prayer” very seriously, our goal is to work with God in order to bring His purpose into the earth.

Early Morning Prayer

The membership of World Outreach Center gathers Monday-Friday at 5 a.m. for spirit-led corporate prayer. This corporate prayer is often accompanied with fasting. Our goal is to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit that we might effectively pray out the will of God.

At World Outreach Center, we have established prayer groups comprised of individuals who pray about every aspect of our ministry. Each group is assigned a list of areas of prayer including, but is not limited to: our children, youth, adults, pastors, church, buildings, missions endeavors, evangelistic outreaches, finances, and the nations of the world. A trained and seasoned prayer leader who ensures that the group stays on tasks facilitates each prayer group.

Through our daily prayer as well as our prayer groups, the ministry of World Outreach Center has been able to bless the lives of many and accomplish some extraordinary things for God.

We invite you to also join Pastor Melva Henderson on our 5 a.m. prayer line by calling (605) 781-1000 access code 644926.

Daughters of Zion

In August of 2007, Pastor John Hagee had it on his heart to implement a prayer network of women who would pray for Israel, America and Christians United for Israel. He asked Pastor Lynne Hammond to lead it and hence, the Daughters of Zion Prayer Network began.

The purpose of this prayer network is singular…prayer! By organizing women’s prayer groups all across America to pray for the peace of Jerusalem, the well being of the State of Israel, and the growth and development of CUFI, the plan of God will be processed as prayer goes before to prepare the way of the Lord.

Pastor Melva Henderson and the women’s ministry of World Outreach Center have joined forces with the Daughters of Zion.