United Prayer

Why is ASAP Ministries so committed to united prayer?

Jesus specifically said in Matthew 18:20, “Where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of you.”

We believe more happens when we pray together. “The promise is made on condition that the united prayers of the church are offered, and in answer to these prayers there may be expected a power greater than that which comes in answer to private prayer. The power given will be proportionate to the unity of the members and their love for God and for one another” (Manuscript Release, Volume 9, 303). 

Learn more about United Prayer

ASAP Ministries deliberately follows a specific type of prayer during our morning staff worships and our noon community prayer times (12:30–1:00 p.m. ET, Mon–Thurs). It is called United Prayer. We have been so blessed by this style of conversational prayer where everyone can participate in short-sentence prayers as often as they want.

The prayer time begins with Praise, moves to silent or audible Confession, then to Requests and ends with specific Thanksgiving

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“They all met together and were constantly united in prayer” (Acts 1:14 NLT)