Daily Prayer

Daily Prayer

Revival starts with prayer. There has never been a prayerless revival. But it’s not enough to just pray “God, send revival, amen” and go about our day without changing. In 2 Chronicles 7:14, God says “if my people, who are called by my name, humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” We are called to pray and SEEK HIS FACE.

When we pray for revival, it’s not just about praying for our community; it’s also praying for revival in our own hearts.

Join us in this year-long journey of prayer for revival in our Gig Harbor community and beyond. As we “pre-prayer” the ground for God to move, can you commit to at least 1 minute a day to pray?

We are providing printed and online prayers and scriptures to guide and inspire you. These are not meant to be complete prayers, but a prompt as you follow this prayer journey. At Chapel Hill, we are also praying that you would experience the transformative power of the Holy Spirit as he works in and through us.

How to Join Us!

There are several ways to get our daily prayer prompts. If you regularly use Facebook or Instagram, you can follow us on those platforms to see a new reel every morning that will guide you through a prayer and scripture. Let us know you’re following along by liking or commenting each day after praying!

If social media isn’t your thing, try downloading our app! It’s available on Apple and Android, and you will get daily push notifications on your phone with the prayer and scripture right in the notification. You have to opt-in to the Daily Prayer Prompts and have your notifications enabled to receive them. You can find instructions on how to do so here:

If you prefer a completely offline version of the prayer prompts, we have paper copies at the Wood Wall you can pick up to do yourself at home.

Looking Forward to Revival

As we go on this prayer journey together, we are excited to see how God transforms each one of us individually, as families, as a church, and as a greater community.