Whether groups are meeting by the riverbank, in a home, at a
church, school, community center, or workplace, there is power in
united prayer! Lydia Prayer Groups are not praying for small things
but for a mighty outpouring of the Spirit of Jesus throughout the
The main focus of the Lydia Prayer Ministry is to stand in the
gap and pray for revival beginning in our own hearts and then asking
Jesus to come and touch His people once again.
Lydia ladies are praying in North and South America, Africa,
Europe, Australia, and Asia. “Psalm One” and “Come to the Fire”
Men’s Prayer Groups have started in various places as an outgrowth
of the Lydia Prayer Ministry. Groups are praying in prisons, at
Sonic, and other creative locations. God is working His divine
transformation as a result of united prayer. The sparks are truly
igniting holy fires around the world.
Some Lydia groups meet weekly. Others meet every other week or
once a month. The vision is to see multiplication. Suppose a group
of five ladies meet once a month, and the leader encourages each one
to form another group of five to meet at a different time during the
month. The original group of five ladies might make the same
suggestion to their group, and soon there are a hundred praying
ladies each month rather than five. This picture means each lady is
meeting twice a month, once as a participant where the prayer time
is modeled, then as a leader where she is in turn models for her
ladies how to lead a Lydia Group. Not every lady will be led to
start a Lydia group, but many will. Even if only two or three ladies
form an additional group, the prayer effort is doubled or tripled.
You are invited to be an active participant in the Lydia Prayer
Movement experiencing the incredible power of united prayer!
Materials have been prepared to help guide you. A Lydia Prayer Guide
is available in both English and Spanish and is being translated in
other languages. There are also leader’s packets, a booklet of
prayer group suggestions, a prayer guide for men, and a prayer guide
for students. A weekly email is sent to Lydia leaders giving a
scripture focus and prayer needs. For more information or to order
material, go to
Prayer or call 859-858-4222.
Lydia Prayer Conference was held in February, 2008, at Epworth by
the Sea on St. Simons Island, Georgia. Women and Lydia Prayer Groups
all over the world were invited to meet at this place where John and
Charles Wesley began their missionary career in 1738. It was after
returning to England that they both had their heartwarming
experiences that started the Eighteenth century Wesleyan revival.
Jesus changed history before. We believe He can to do it again!
Recordings of the 2008 Lydia Prayer Conference are available, and
information regarding future Prayer and Leadership Conferences will
be announced at the
Titus Women's Ministry web site.
Learn more about the Lydia Prayer Group Ministry
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