Illawarra Day of Prayer and Fasting


Promoted by the WOLLONGONG PRAYER BREAKFAST
 

INVITE: Illawarra Day of Prayer and Fasting

10AM- 4PM Saturday 7 February 2015 Winners Room, WIN Grandstand

Wollongong Stadium, Harbour St , Wollongong


The team at the Wollongong Prayer Breakfast believe it is time to unite the body of Christ to pray and fast for the Illawarra to find its Destiny in Christ the Living Word- John 1:1.

Jesus encouraged us in Luke 18:1 that we “should pray and not give up”. Jesus also said in Mathew 7:7 “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you”.

Our foundation verse for this call to prayer for revival and renewal is found in 2 Chronicles 7:14. Our Goal is the release of the Good News of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ like never before in the Illawarra, that people will find Jesus Christ as their own personal Lord and Saviour and that every church in the Illawarra will grow and prosper.

It is our prayer that as the church prospers that the region itself will prosper.  As Proverbs 11:10 says, “When the righteous prosper, the city rejoices”.  Join us as together we pray, worship and intercede for the Illawarra between 10AM – 4PM, Saturday 7 February 2015 in the ‘Winners Room’ on the second floor,  WIN Grandstand, Harbour St, Wollongong.

Please let you friends and church networks know about the Illawarra Day of Prayer and Fasting (www.nationaldayofprayer.com.au/local-events/illawarra). Please find the following links to Brochures and Posters to help you publicise the day.

List Attachments & Links for National Day of Prayer & Fasting 10AM – 4PM Sunday 7 February 2015
1.       Illawarra Day of Prayer & Fasting Sat 7 Feb 2015: A4 High Res PDF  Brochure
2.       Illawarra Day of Prayer & Fasting Sat 7 Feb 2015: A4 Low Res PDF  Brochure
3.       Illawarra Day of Prayer & Fasting Sat 7 Feb 2015: A3 High Res PDF POSTER
4.       Illawarra Day of Prayer & Fasting Sat 7 Feb 2015: DL High Res 3 to a Page A4 Brochure
5.       DROP BOX LINK Print Versions CMYK – Illawarra Day of Prayer & Fasting 7 Feb 2015: https://app.box.com/s/7q4kfy44ib345r4jox0j

The vision of the Wollongong Prayer Breakfast team is to bring Christians together from across our region to unite to pray for God’s Blessings for the Illawarra. There is a great blessing in unity. As It says in Psalms 133: 1-3  “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity… for there the LORD commands the blessing, even life forevermore”.

Praying for God’s Blessings over the Christmas New Year period. Thanking you for your prayers and looking forward to your support.

Warm regards,        
Your Wollongong Prayer Breakfast Organising Team
Hengki Widjaja, Wayne Morris, Warwick Marsh, Rod DennissJude Hennessy

Wollongong Prayer Breakfast
PO BOX 205, Figtree, NSW 2525
E: info@wollongongprayerbreakfast.org
W: www.wollongongprayerbreakfast.org

 



About Wollongong Prayer Breakfast

  • The Wollongong Prayer Breakfast is an annual gathering of people who love the city, love the people of the city and love God. The purpose of the Wollongong Prayer Breakfast is to give thanks to God, pray for God’s blessing for our city, pray for each other, pray for a release of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ in our city and prayerfully proclaim the words of the Lord’s Prayer “let Your Kingdom come, let Your Will be done” over the city of Wollongong and the Illawarra region.
  • The aim of the prayer breakfast is to reach and to encourage Christians in the marketplace, especially civic and business leaders in their faith and love for our Father in heaven.  Promoting unity between all those who are followers of Jesus Christ the son of God and challenging them to be salt and light to the City and the world they live in.

The coordinating team for the Wollongong Prayer Breakfast is Hengki Widjaja (Director of Itree), Jude Hennessy (Diocesan Director CCD), Wayne Morris (Former CEO of IMB), Warwick Marsh (CEO of Dads4Kids) and Rod Denniss (Illawarra Prayer Advocate) which represent Five different churches in the Illawarra.