Our vision is to cover New Mexico in 24/7 prayer until Jesus returns. We see a unified church arising with one heart and one mind to pray for revival and transformation in our state.
Our call is to devote ourselves to unceasing prayer for our city, our state, and our nation. “All these with one accord were devoting themselves to prayer.” —Acts 1:14
Every church selects a full day or a half day every month to pray. Your church will pray the same day of the month (the 1st, 2nd, etc. or the 1st Wednesday, 2nd Sunday etc,).
Every church is responsible for a full day or half day every month. Recruit people to pray in 30-60 minute segments from home, work, school or at church.
New Mexico Prays is a part of the America Prays church network. We are a cross-denominational, multi-ethnic, Jesus-centered prayer movement. We have over 90 churches in 26 cities covering New Mexico in 24/7 prayer from the Assemblies of God, Calvary Chapel, Church of God (Anderson, IN), Church of God (Cleveland, TN) Messianic Jews, Catholic, Presbyterian, Christian Reformed, Church of God in Christ (COGIC), Full Gospel Baptist, Victory Outreach, Church of Christ, Vineyard, Ministers Fellowship International (MFI), Southern Baptist, and non-denominational. New Mexico is in desperate need of revival and transformation. Our only hope is prayer. Unified prayer in the upper room preceded the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost (Acts 1:14). Will you join us in prayer? Will you stand in the gap for our state?
24 hours a day
One day per month
Covered in prayer
Crying out to God
David C. Cooper
What Unites Us
Join us for a Pastors’ and Ministry Leaders Prayer Breakfast Tuesday 9-11 am, January 16 at Calvary Albuquerque in The Hub building. 4001 Osuna Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109. Email Pastor Brian Alarid to RSVP: Brian@NewMexicoPrays.org Pastors’ Prayer Breakfast Tuesday 9-11 am, January 16, 2018 Calvary Albuquerque in The Hub building 4001 Osuna Rd NE Albuquerque, NM 87109 […]
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Dear friends, Click here to read our latest newsletter. God bless you, Brian Alarid Co-Chairman, New Mexico Prays Lead Pastor, Passion Church About the Author Brian Alarid is the Lead Pastor of Passion Church, Founder and Co-Chairman of New Mexico Prays, and a Regional Manager for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. He has a[…]
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