Presence Pioneers is a ministry that exists to connect, equip and plant houses of prayer, Burn furnaces, praying churches and weekly prayer meetings. Like King David, we are yearning for a resting place of God’s presence in our cities, regions and nation.

As the Presence Pioneers storyline began unfolding, leaders began to gather together in small groups to get to know one another. As we sought the Lord for clarity of who to gather together, God said to gather the “presence pioneers”. He said to gather those with Psalm 132 in their hearts in Psalm 133 unity to see day & night prayer like in Psalm 134.

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Start a Prayer Meeting
History has been shifted by small prayer groups. It is fairly easy for anyone to begin to gather with a few friends in prayer.
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Start a Burn Furnace
Burn “furnaces” host monthly, weekly or sometimes daily sessions of unending worship, prayer and adoration that last anywhere from 12 hours up to 100 hours non-stop.
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Start a House of Prayer
God is giving people around the world a vision for a house of prayer in their city – a community that gathers for prayer and worship many hours each week.
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Comparing Three 24/7 Prayer & Worship Movements
Comparing Three 24/7 Prayer & Worship Movements
October 16, 2017
Originally written by Matthew Lilley on February 6, 2011 We appreciate all that God is doing in His diverse body, and we want to be able to learn from those have gone before us or do thin...
Three Truths about Intercessory Prayer
Three Truths about Intercessory Prayer
September 8, 2017
What comes to mind when you think of "intercessors"? Maybe a small group of old ladies who meets at church on Tuesday mornings to pray? Maybe it seems like a weird, or even mysterious, ca...
Three Keys to Perseverance in Prayer
Three Keys to Perseverance in Prayer
August 24, 2017
It can be hard to keep praying. Especially when our prayer does not get answered immediately. Jesus understood this, and it's why most of His teachings on prayer were encouragements to persevere in the place of prayer. This is what the parable in Luke 18 is all about.

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