school of prayer
pray.nyc is excited to announce that our School of Prayer will be launching this summer! For our inaugural semester we will be offering a course on developing spiritual authority in prayer, called Foundations of Spiritual Authority.
The pray.nyc School of Prayer is dedicated to providing believers an opportunity to learn what it means to have confidence in prayer, intimacy with God and walk in the power of the Holy Spirit. Jesus’ disciples witnessed Jesus perform many signs and wonders and yet the thing they asked for instruction in was prayer. They said, “Lord, teach us to pray.” (Luke 11:2) We believe Jesus still wants to teach His church to pray.
Our school is committed to providing scripturally based, theologically rooted, teaching, whether from our own pray.nyc leaders, or material from other Mother & Fathers of the faith, combined with the power of the Holy Spirit to equip the body of Christ.
Foundations of Spiritual Authority is a cohort-style course designed to lead you into a fresh encounter with God, and take followers of Jesus deeper into the life of prayer that Dr. Fred Hartley describes as “a life rich in possibility and promise.”
In this 10-week summer course, you will:
Go through Dr. Fred Hartley’s material on developing confidence in prayer.
Discover how Jesus taught His disciples to pray
Learn how to walk daily in the power of the Holy Spirit, and be fully empowered to pray effectively
Develop the spiritual reflexes to resist and overcome your two greatest enemies. (Or Learn how to resist and overcome spiritual warfare)
Deepen and grow in your spiritual authority in Christ
Advance the kingdom of God in your spheres of influence
More information about the course:
Class is on Tuesday Mornings beginning June 4th from 6:30am-8am
Class will be held at Coram Deo: 409 W 45th St. First Floor
All students will be an active part of pray.nyc’s 24hr Prayer Campaign
For this course, space is limited to 20 people, so apply today to join with believers from around the city in this unique and exciting environment, pressing in together to gain significant ground in our daily walk with Christ and for the kingdom of God in the city around us.