Thy Kingdom Come

Five great ways to join the 11-day global wave of prayer during the coronavirus lockdown

Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost (21 May-31 May) for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. 

Even though lockdown measures continue, we can all be praying at this time. Thy Kingdom Come has come up with creative ways your family and church can be involved this year.

Prayer and care: As we pray for those we know and love to become followers of Jesus, how can we demonstrate this also in deed? Go here for more information.

24/7 prayer / Continuous prayer: Why not consider hosting a continuous virtual prayer event? Have a look at Thy Kingdom Come’s continuous prayer page to help you plan this.

Pray together at regular times: Could your church set up regular, daily patterns of prayer via conference call, Zoom / Skype or other video calling tools?

Light up the world in prayer: Could you encourage as many Christians as possible in your town or village to commit to lighting up the world in prayer during these 11 days?

Digital resources: Thy Kingdom Come has digital resources to help you pray during this period. Have a look at its prayer journal and its family prayer adventure map.

You can download a PDF of the five ideas for your church here, and a downloadable PDF of the five ideas for your family can be found here.