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“Winning the Battle for the Soul of America – Part II”
As a corollary to the preceding article on the role of America’s Covenant Partner in the battle for America’s soul, God’s attention has now turned to reconciliation and restoration. So, what is our faithful Covenant Partner doing to restore the soul of America? He is taking us back once again to the foundation because He wants us to see what the nation has become in His eyes.
 
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Personal Prayer
“A Prisoner of His Freedom”
In an article, I saw two mansion/modular home pictures of entrepreneur and billionaire founder of Tesla and Space X, Elon Musk. In his own eccentric and prolific words, he basically said, “I don’t need the cash. I will devote myself exclusively to Mars and Earth.” He said possessions just weigh you down. 
 
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“War of All Ages__PRAYER”
With the seriousness of the battle that we are facing, it seems only right that we as warriors make sure we are following all the strategic plans of war according to the leading of the Lord Jesus Christ. We need precise and exact directions in order to accomplish the will of God. We do not have time or energy left to allow ourselves to shoot with a scatter gun. 
 
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Visit our website     The Miracle is Within Us   Proverbs 18:14 informs us that, “The spirit of a man sustains him in sickness, But as for a broken spirit, who can bear it”?  It is evident that a miracle is needed for the healing of this unseen dynamic of humanity. The Hebrew root of the word “bear” means to sustain, endure, and also implies forgiveness. We understand from scripture, and from personal experience, that only God can heal the spiritual wounds, which have been inflicted by this fallen world we live in. I Thessalonians 5:23 says, “Now may the God of peace Himself sanctify you through and through [that is, separate you from profane and vulgar things, make you pure and whole and undamaged—consecrated to Him—set apart for His purpose]; and may your spirit and soul and body be kept complete and [be found] blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ”. Sometimes we need to separate ourselves, and do damage control. But we must start with changing our minds.   Our minds are synonymous to our souls, and are where our thoughts, will, and emotions originate from. But the spirit of man is his conscious, which we may not be aware of due to thoughts that are in our subconscious. It is the Lord who knows the subconscious, i.e., the thoughts and motives (see Proverbs 16:2). We have heard of psychiatrists attempting to delve into the subconscious through hypnosis, but God does not need to use psychological tactics. Scripture tells us that, “The spirit (conscience) of man is the lamp of the Lord, Searching and examining all the innermost parts of his being” (Proverbs 20:27). God has the ability to move in the past, present, and future; providing that human will does not prevent Him. This is where we play our part in the miraculous. We must open our spirits to God through time spent with Him in prayer. The prayers of others are powerful and needed. However, it is our time with The Great Physician, The Counselor, and The Prince of Peace that brings healing to our spirits, and wholeness to our souls. This healing can only take place at an altar of prayer.   It is vital to our spiritual well-being to have a place of consecration, which may seem archaic to some in this present age of “anything goes”, but God says, “I am the Lord, and I change not”. The altar of daily prayer will push back the dark forces that are trying to draw many away from God, who should be our first love. There are many who are preaching “another Jesus,” and those who are coming with lying signs and wonders, preaching the deceivableness of sin. There will be “mock” healings of sicknesses, in order to, if possible, deceive the “very elect.” But, by their fruits, we will know them. There is no greater miracle than a changed mind, or a healed spirit, which is evident in a life that once was living in darkness, but now is walking in The Light. This is something that neither the Antichrist nor the man of sin can counterfeit. Walking in The Light can be seen in the lives of those who take their problems to God. They have spiritual insight because they remain connected to the true vine. When the “little foxes” come to spoil the power and faith that comes from the love of God, they are able to rise above any fall that may result. The “eternal miracle” that lies within each one of us is dependent on staying connected to the “True Vine.” Prayer is the spiritual glue that holds everything together.   Beth Marie Evans Apostolic Author Associate Minister International Christian Fellowship       ECHOgram Logo     The



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Ontario District Praise Report
It Has Finally Happened!
 
“The Lord’s loyal kindness… are fresh every morning, your faithfulness is abundant” (Lamentations 3:22-23, NET).
 
It has finally happened! We can now gather at our church buildings for worship throughout Ontario, Canada. The opportunity to gather is quite a turnaround and indeed an answer to prayers. I assume many district churches have begun gathering again on Sundays and whatever times services are held throughout the week. We are continuing to pray for those who have not yet been able to gather for worship, though.
 
Over the past two months of May and June, God has blessed us tremendously with converts, healings, and deliverances. There were 20 people baptized in the name of Jesus, 15 filled with the Holy Ghost, and one testimony of healing. I want to thank the following pastors and their churches for sharing the results:
 
• Pastor Dustin and Lana Abbott, Emmanuel Lighthouse UPC, Pembroke
• Pastor Mark and Carol Cheverie, Pentecostals of Windsor, Windsor
• Pastor Reginald and Sherrie Harwood, Living Way Community Church, Brockville
• Pastor Errol and Maxine Heron, Christ Community Church of Etobicoke
• Pastor Mitch and Stephanie McQuinn, Sudbury UPC, Sudbury
• Pastor Steve and Sherie O’Donnell of Life Church, Burlington
• Pastor Tim and Deborah Pickard, First United Pentecostal Church of Toronto
• Pastor Lakeraj and Ann-Marie Ramdas, Temple of Hope, Mississauga
• Pastor Jason and Dana Roach, New Hope Church, Brockville
• Pastor Shawn and Stephanie Stickler, Pentecostals of Quinte
• Pastor Akil and Sarah Thompson, Extraordinary Church, Mississauga
• Pastor Jerome and Angelica Zoleta Trinidad, Richmond Hill Apostolic Church
• Pastor Robert and Ruth Wittmeier, United Pentecostal Church of Kenora
 
The prophet Jeremiah is known as the weeping prophet. He witnessed the horrible destruction of Jerusalem and the captivity of the people of Judah that caused him to weep uncontrollably. In the book of Lamentations, Jeremiah expressed his profound grief from the tragedy he had seen. Nevertheless, the prophet exclaimed that the Lord’s loyal kindness was fresh every morning and His faithfulness was abundant (Lamentations 3:22-23, NET). Although we have been through one of the most challenging times in recent history as the Church in Ontario, we can join with Jeremiah and say that God has been faithful. Let us rejoice in His abundant faithfulness and loyal kindness.
 
We are looking forward to our District Conference that begins on August 4, 2021. The theme is “Expectation.” We will pray and fast for our District Conference and Family Camp. We believe God will exceed our expectations!
 
Pastor Errol Heron
WNOP Canada Regional Prayer Coordinator
Ontario District WNOP Prayer Coordinator
 

 

 
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Ontario District Praise Report
It Has Finally Happened!
 
“The Lord’s loyal kindness… are fresh every morning, your faithfulness is abundant” (Lamentations 3:22-23, NET).
 
It has finally happened! We can now gather at our church buildings for worship throughout Ontario, Canada. The opportunity to gather is quite a turnaround and indeed an answer to prayers. I assume many district churches have begun gathering again on Sundays and whatever times services are held throughout the week. We are continuing to pray for those who have not yet been able to gather for worship, though.
 
Over the past two months of May and June, God has blessed us tremendously with converts, healings, and deliverances. There were 20 people baptized in the name of Jesus, 15 filled with the Holy Ghost, and one testimony of healing. I want to thank the following pastors and their churches for sharing the results:
 
• Pastor Dustin and Lana Abbott, Emmanuel Lighthouse UPC, Pembroke
• Pastor Mark and Carol Cheverie, Pentecostals of Windsor, Windsor
• Pastor Reginald and Sherrie Harwood, Living Way Community Church, Brockville
• Pastor Errol and Maxine Heron, Christ Community Church of Etobicoke
• Pastor Mitch and Stephanie McQuinn, Sudbury UPC, Sudbury
• Pastor Steve and Sherie O’Donnell of Life Church, Burlington
• Pastor Tim and Deborah Pickard, First United Pentecostal Church of Toronto
• Pastor Lakeraj and Ann-Marie Ramdas, Temple of Hope, Mississauga
• Pastor Jason and Dana Roach, New Hope Church, Brockville
• Pastor Shawn and Stephanie Stickler, Pentecostals of Quinte
• Pastor Akil and Sarah Thompson, Extraordinary Church, Mississauga
• Pastor Jerome and Angelica Zoleta Trinidad, Richmond Hill Apostolic Church
• Pastor Robert and Ruth Wittmeier, United Pentecostal Church of Kenora
 
The prophet Jeremiah is known as the weeping prophet. He witnessed the horrible destruction of Jerusalem and the captivity of the people of Judah that caused him to weep uncontrollably. In the book of Lamentations, Jeremiah expressed his profound grief from the tragedy he had seen. Nevertheless, the prophet exclaimed that the Lord’s loyal kindness was fresh every morning and His faithfulness was abundant (Lamentations 3:22-23, NET). Although we have been through one of the most challenging times in recent history as the Church in Ontario, we can join with Jeremiah and say that God has been faithful. Let us rejoice in His abundant faithfulness and loyal kindness.
 
We are looking forward to our District Conference that begins on August 4, 2021. The theme is “Expectation.” We will pray and fast for our District Conference and Family Camp. We believe God will exceed our expectations!
 
Pastor Errol Heron
WNOP Canada Regional Prayer Coordinator
Ontario District WNOP Prayer Coordinator
 

 

 
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Ontario District Praise Report
It Has Finally Happened!
 
“The Lord’s loyal kindness… are fresh every morning, your faithfulness is abundant” (Lamentations 3:22-23, NET).
 
It has finally happened! We can now gather at our church buildings for worship throughout Ontario, Canada. The opportunity to gather is quite a turnaround and indeed an answer to prayers. I assume many district churches have begun gathering again on Sundays and whatever times services are held throughout the week. We are continuing to pray for those who have not yet been able to gather for worship, though.
 
Over the past two months of May and June, God has blessed us tremendously with converts, healings, and deliverances. There were 20 people baptized in the name of Jesus, 15 filled with the Holy Ghost, and one testimony of healing. I want to thank the following pastors and their churches for sharing the results:
 
• Pastor Dustin and Lana Abbott, Emmanuel Lighthouse UPC, Pembroke
• Pastor Mark and Carol Cheverie, Pentecostals of Windsor, Windsor
• Pastor Reginald and Sherrie Harwood, Living Way Community Church, Brockville
• Pastor Errol and Maxine Heron, Christ Community Church of Etobicoke
• Pastor Mitch and Stephanie McQuinn, Sudbury UPC, Sudbury
• Pastor Steve and Sherie O’Donnell of Life Church, Burlington
• Pastor Tim and Deborah Pickard, First United Pentecostal Church of Toronto
• Pastor Lakeraj and Ann-Marie Ramdas, Temple of Hope, Mississauga
• Pastor Jason and Dana Roach, New Hope Church, Brockville
• Pastor Shawn and Stephanie Stickler, Pentecostals of Quinte
• Pastor Akil and Sarah Thompson, Extraordinary Church, Mississauga
• Pastor Jerome and Angelica Zoleta Trinidad, Richmond Hill Apostolic Church
• Pastor Robert and Ruth Wittmeier, United Pentecostal Church of Kenora
 
The prophet Jeremiah is known as the weeping prophet. He witnessed the horrible destruction of Jerusalem and the captivity of the people of Judah that caused him to weep uncontrollably. In the book of Lamentations, Jeremiah expressed his profound grief from the tragedy he had seen. Nevertheless, the prophet exclaimed that the Lord’s loyal kindness was fresh every morning and His faithfulness was abundant (Lamentations 3:22-23, NET). Although we have been through one of the most challenging times in recent history as the Church in Ontario, we can join with Jeremiah and say that God has been faithful. Let us rejoice in His abundant faithfulness and loyal kindness.
 
We are looking forward to our District Conference that begins on August 4, 2021. The theme is “Expectation.” We will pray and fast for our District Conference and Family Camp. We believe God will exceed our expectations!
 
Pastor Errol Heron
WNOP Canada Regional Prayer Coordinator
Ontario District WNOP Prayer Coordinator
 

 

 
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THE LION OF JUDAH
(Revelation 5:5)
 
The word “Praise” finds its root in Judah. Since Jesus came from the tribe of Judah, all of our praise is directed like a lion to Him! Too often, praise is overlooked as less significant than our act of worshipping God. Yet praise brings our carnality under subjection. It lifts the atmosphere from carnality and spirits hiding behind our attitudes.
 
Praise reflects the surrendering of our will and emotions unto a Holy God so we can experience real worship before His face. So when we praise Him from a surrendering heart, we no longer offer up faithless, meaningless words in the formality of congregational song services. Our praise in faith causes God’s presence to pour out His affection on us through worship.
 
Worshipping the Lord is estimating His greatness, and praise is proclaiming and articulating what He has done for us. You can worship God sitting down and meditating, but to praise the Lord requires us to articulate with our mouths, our hands, and our feet, and even our love for Him.
 
Worship estimates and praise articulates. Praise is giving God OUR affection. Worship is God giving us HIS affection. Praise matures our love so we can experience His love in worship. Praise prepares God’s Spirit to flow through us. We need to step out into Judah today!
 
Why is Praise so Important to You?
·     Jesus will judge your soul after death!
·     Jesus loved you in the worst of times when other people did not!
·     Jesus is supreme over all other gods, demons, sickness, and disease!
·     Jesus is the only one who conquered sin, death, and the grave at Calvary. Nobody else was qualified to do this.
·     Jesus is Holy; His presence is to be feared at all times by the expression of our praise.
·     The Devil wants to kill or suppress our praise because then our worship will become perverted and anemic. God cannot inhabit an atmosphere properly without His people offering up the sacrifice of praise!
 
Read Deuteronomy 10:21; Exodus 15:11; I Chronicles 16:25; Psalm 18:3, 56:4, 100:1-5, 109:30.
 
Pray:
·     for our churches to have a fresh move of praise in their services and for God’s pervasive presence to operate.
·     that our leaders find time for renewal in the real presence of praise for personal transformation.
·     that our youth and children experience powerful encounters with praise for new apostolic memorials.
·     that apostolic praise spills outside of our church walls into our communities for the glory of the name of Jesus!
·     for apostolic praise to infect our apostolic preaching for apostolic results.
 
Pastor Don Rogers
The Pentecostals of Wisconsin
Wisconsin District Prayer Coordinator
WNOP North Central Regional Prayer Coordinator
 

 

 




World Needs:
 
·     Pray for the Lord to bring an end to gun violence in and throughout our world.
·     Pray for our world as extreme weather is affecting various countries as death tolls top 150 and more than 1,000 are missing after flash floods ripped through regions of Western Europe. Pray for rescue efforts in Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Also pray for rain to end the 71 large wildfires that have been scorching 1 million acres across the US.
·     Pray for our world as there are political, social, and violent challenges throughout our world in countries such as Haiti, where an election will be required. In Cuba, Ethiopia, and South Africa, 72 people have been killed in violent protests after the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma.
·     Continue to pray for the Lord to protect the harvest field, keep His bride, and have His way in world during the current season of Covid-19. Currently, hospitals in Arkansas are filling up, and Los Angeles County will reinstate its mask mandate. The Delta variant is the reason for surges in the Middle East and North Africa.
 

 

 

 

 

 
Dr. David K. Bernard
UPCI General Superintendent
 

 

 

 

 

 
Access Challenged Nations
 
Join the World Network of Prayer and Global Missions in praying for the nations that currently do not have an apostolic work. We will focus on one nation each week.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Occupational Chaplains
 

 

 

 

 

 
2021 WNOP Events

·     New England Territory Summons: Regional (August 19-21) Tiverton, Rhode Island
·     South Texas District Summons (August 19-21) Houston, Texas
·     UPCI Day of Prayer (September 29)
·     Oklahoma District One-Day Prayer Summons (October 2) Sperry, Oklahoma
·     International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (November 7)
·     *Ontario District Summons (Dates TBD) Ontario, Canada
·     *Canadian Plains District Summons (Dates TBD) Alberta, Canada
·     Detroit Summons (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Wayne, Michigan
·     YM + WNOP Summons (Rescheduled Dates and location TBD) 
·     School of Prayer (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Ijamsville, Maryland
·     Advanced Prayer Seminar (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Del Valle, Texas
·     *Ministry And Prayer Seminar (MAP) (Rescheduled Dates and Location TBD)
·     “Operation Switzerland” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
·     “Operation Turkey” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
·     “Operation Jamaica” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
 
*Pending Board approval. Note: Events and schedule subject to the restrictions and impact of the ongoing pandemic. Also, some 2021 event dates are pending and more will be added to the WNOP calendar later as approved by the Board throughout the year.
 

 
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To join WNOP in praying for the personal needs submitted by email, phone and website, please click the button below.
 
You may submit requests by email at pray@wnop.org.
 
“If you received an answer to prayer or have a victory report, post it on WNOP’s Facebook page. We would like to hear from you.” 
 
WNOP Prayer List
 
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36 Research Park Court, Weldon Spring, Missouri 63304
636-229-7986| wnop.org | pray@wnop.org
 



 
THE LION OF JUDAH
(Revelation 5:5)
 
The word “Praise” finds its root in Judah. Since Jesus came from the tribe of Judah, all of our praise is directed like a lion to Him! Too often, praise is overlooked as less significant than our act of worshipping God. Yet praise brings our carnality under subjection. It lifts the atmosphere from carnality and spirits hiding behind our attitudes.
 
Praise reflects the surrendering of our will and emotions unto a Holy God so we can experience real worship before His face. So when we praise Him from a surrendering heart, we no longer offer up faithless, meaningless words in the formality of congregational song services. Our praise in faith causes God’s presence to pour out His affection on us through worship.
 
Worshipping the Lord is estimating His greatness, and praise is proclaiming and articulating what He has done for us. You can worship God sitting down and meditating, but to praise the Lord requires us to articulate with our mouths, our hands, and our feet, and even our love for Him.
 
Worship estimates and praise articulates. Praise is giving God OUR affection. Worship is God giving us HIS affection. Praise matures our love so we can experience His love in worship. Praise prepares God’s Spirit to flow through us. We need to step out into Judah today!
 
Why is Praise so Important to You?
·     Jesus will judge your soul after death!
·     Jesus loved you in the worst of times when other people did not!
·     Jesus is supreme over all other gods, demons, sickness, and disease!
·     Jesus is the only one who conquered sin, death, and the grave at Calvary. Nobody else was qualified to do this.
·     Jesus is Holy; His presence is to be feared at all times by the expression of our praise.
·     The Devil wants to kill or suppress our praise because then our worship will become perverted and anemic. God cannot inhabit an atmosphere properly without His people offering up the sacrifice of praise!
 
Read Deuteronomy 10:21; Exodus 15:11; I Chronicles 16:25; Psalm 18:3, 56:4, 100:1-5, 109:30.
 
Pray:
·     for our churches to have a fresh move of praise in their services and for God’s pervasive presence to operate.
·     that our leaders find time for renewal in the real presence of praise for personal transformation.
·     that our youth and children experience powerful encounters with praise for new apostolic memorials.
·     that apostolic praise spills outside of our church walls into our communities for the glory of the name of Jesus!
·     for apostolic praise to infect our apostolic preaching for apostolic results.
 
Pastor Don Rogers
The Pentecostals of Wisconsin
Wisconsin District Prayer Coordinator
WNOP North Central Regional Prayer Coordinator
 

 

 




World Needs:
 
·     Pray for the Lord to bring an end to gun violence in and throughout our world.
·     Pray for our world as extreme weather is affecting various countries as death tolls top 150 and more than 1,000 are missing after flash floods ripped through regions of Western Europe. Pray for rescue efforts in Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Also pray for rain to end the 71 large wildfires that have been scorching 1 million acres across the US.
·     Pray for our world as there are political, social, and violent challenges throughout our world in countries such as Haiti, where an election will be required. In Cuba, Ethiopia, and South Africa, 72 people have been killed in violent protests after the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma.
·     Continue to pray for the Lord to protect the harvest field, keep His bride, and have His way in world during the current season of Covid-19. Currently, hospitals in Arkansas are filling up, and Los Angeles County will reinstate its mask mandate. The Delta variant is the reason for surges in the Middle East and North Africa.
 

 

 

 

 

 
Dr. David K. Bernard
UPCI General Superintendent
 

 

 

 

 

 
Access Challenged Nations
 
Join the World Network of Prayer and Global Missions in praying for the nations that currently do not have an apostolic work. We will focus on one nation each week.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Occupational Chaplains
 

 

 

 

 

 
2021 WNOP Events

·     New England Territory Summons: Regional (August 19-21) Tiverton, Rhode Island
·     South Texas District Summons (August 19-21) Houston, Texas
·     UPCI Day of Prayer (September 29)
·     Oklahoma District One-Day Prayer Summons (October 2) Sperry, Oklahoma
·     International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (November 7)
·     *Ontario District Summons (Dates TBD) Ontario, Canada
·     *Canadian Plains District Summons (Dates TBD) Alberta, Canada
·     Detroit Summons (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Wayne, Michigan
·     YM + WNOP Summons (Rescheduled Dates and location TBD) 
·     School of Prayer (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Ijamsville, Maryland
·     Advanced Prayer Seminar (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Del Valle, Texas
·     *Ministry And Prayer Seminar (MAP) (Rescheduled Dates and Location TBD)
·     “Operation Switzerland” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
·     “Operation Turkey” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
·     “Operation Jamaica” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
 
*Pending Board approval. Note: Events and schedule subject to the restrictions and impact of the ongoing pandemic. Also, some 2021 event dates are pending and more will be added to the WNOP calendar later as approved by the Board throughout the year.
 

 
Consider supporting WNOP with a tax-deductible donation. Give the gift that keeps on giving:
 
PRAYER! 
Give Now!

 

 

 

 

WNOP Personal Prayer List
 
To join WNOP in praying for the personal needs submitted by email, phone and website, please click the button below.
 
You may submit requests by email at pray@wnop.org.
 
“If you received an answer to prayer or have a victory report, post it on WNOP’s Facebook page. We would like to hear from you.” 
 
WNOP Prayer List
 
World Network of Prayer | United Pentecostal Church International
36 Research Park Court, Weldon Spring, Missouri 63304
636-229-7986| wnop.org | pray@wnop.org
 


 
THE LION OF JUDAH
(Revelation 5:5)
 
The word “Praise” finds its root in Judah. Since Jesus came from the tribe of Judah, all of our praise is directed like a lion to Him! Too often, praise is overlooked as less significant than our act of worshipping God. Yet praise brings our carnality under subjection. It lifts the atmosphere from carnality and spirits hiding behind our attitudes.
 
Praise reflects the surrendering of our will and emotions unto a Holy God so we can experience real worship before His face. So when we praise Him from a surrendering heart, we no longer offer up faithless, meaningless words in the formality of congregational song services. Our praise in faith causes God’s presence to pour out His affection on us through worship.
 
Worshipping the Lord is estimating His greatness, and praise is proclaiming and articulating what He has done for us. You can worship God sitting down and meditating, but to praise the Lord requires us to articulate with our mouths, our hands, and our feet, and even our love for Him.
 
Worship estimates and praise articulates. Praise is giving God OUR affection. Worship is God giving us HIS affection. Praise matures our love so we can experience His love in worship. Praise prepares God’s Spirit to flow through us. We need to step out into Judah today!
 
Why is Praise so Important to You?
·     Jesus will judge your soul after death!
·     Jesus loved you in the worst of times when other people did not!
·     Jesus is supreme over all other gods, demons, sickness, and disease!
·     Jesus is the only one who conquered sin, death, and the grave at Calvary. Nobody else was qualified to do this.
·     Jesus is Holy; His presence is to be feared at all times by the expression of our praise.
·     The Devil wants to kill or suppress our praise because then our worship will become perverted and anemic. God cannot inhabit an atmosphere properly without His people offering up the sacrifice of praise!
 
Read Deuteronomy 10:21; Exodus 15:11; I Chronicles 16:25; Psalm 18:3, 56:4, 100:1-5, 109:30.
 
Pray:
·     for our churches to have a fresh move of praise in their services and for God’s pervasive presence to operate.
·     that our leaders find time for renewal in the real presence of praise for personal transformation.
·     that our youth and children experience powerful encounters with praise for new apostolic memorials.
·     that apostolic praise spills outside of our church walls into our communities for the glory of the name of Jesus!
·     for apostolic praise to infect our apostolic preaching for apostolic results.
 
Pastor Don Rogers
The Pentecostals of Wisconsin
Wisconsin District Prayer Coordinator
WNOP North Central Regional Prayer Coordinator
 

 

 




World Needs:
 
·     Pray for the Lord to bring an end to gun violence in and throughout our world.
·     Pray for our world as extreme weather is affecting various countries as death tolls top 150 and more than 1,000 are missing after flash floods ripped through regions of Western Europe. Pray for rescue efforts in Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Also pray for rain to end the 71 large wildfires that have been scorching 1 million acres across the US.
·     Pray for our world as there are political, social, and violent challenges throughout our world in countries such as Haiti, where an election will be required. In Cuba, Ethiopia, and South Africa, 72 people have been killed in violent protests after the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma.
·     Continue to pray for the Lord to protect the harvest field, keep His bride, and have His way in world during the current season of Covid-19. Currently, hospitals in Arkansas are filling up, and Los Angeles County will reinstate its mask mandate. The Delta variant is the reason for surges in the Middle East and North Africa.
 

 

 

 

 

 
Dr. David K. Bernard
UPCI General Superintendent
 

 

 

 

 

 
Access Challenged Nations
 
Join the World Network of Prayer and Global Missions in praying for the nations that currently do not have an apostolic work. We will focus on one nation each week.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Occupational Chaplains
 

 

 

 

 

 
2021 WNOP Events

·     New England Territory Summons: Regional (August 19-21) Tiverton, Rhode Island
·     South Texas District Summons (August 19-21) Houston, Texas
·     UPCI Day of Prayer (September 29)
·     Oklahoma District One-Day Prayer Summons (October 2) Sperry, Oklahoma
·     International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (November 7)
·     *Ontario District Summons (Dates TBD) Ontario, Canada
·     *Canadian Plains District Summons (Dates TBD) Alberta, Canada
·     Detroit Summons (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Wayne, Michigan
·     YM + WNOP Summons (Rescheduled Dates and location TBD) 
·     School of Prayer (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Ijamsville, Maryland
·     Advanced Prayer Seminar (Rescheduled Dates TBD) Del Valle, Texas
·     *Ministry And Prayer Seminar (MAP) (Rescheduled Dates and Location TBD)
·     “Operation Switzerland” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
·     “Operation Turkey” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
·     “Operation Jamaica” (Rescheduled Dates TBD)
 
*Pending Board approval. Note: Events and schedule subject to the restrictions and impact of the ongoing pandemic. Also, some 2021 event dates are pending and more will be added to the WNOP calendar later as approved by the Board throughout the year.
 

 
Consider supporting WNOP with a tax-deductible donation. Give the gift that keeps on giving:
 
PRAYER! 
Give Now!

 

 

 

 

WNOP Personal Prayer List
 
To join WNOP in praying for the personal needs submitted by email, phone and website, please click the button below.
 
You may submit requests by email at pray@wnop.org.
 
“If you received an answer to prayer or have a victory report, post it on WNOP’s Facebook page. We would like to hear from you.” 
 
WNOP Prayer List
 
World Network of Prayer | United Pentecostal Church International
36 Research Park Court, Weldon Spring, Missouri 63304
636-229-7986| wnop.org | pray@wnop.org
 

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The New England Territory Summons (NETS)     The 2020 New England Territory Summons (NETS) is just around the corner. This grand event, hosted by the Massachusetts/Rhode Island District and World Network of Prayer (WNOP), will occur August 20-22, 2020 at Christ Temple UPC in Tiverton, Rhode Island, where District Superintendent Jay Stirnemann is Pastor.   WNOP will kick off The NETS at 2:00 pm on Thursday afternoon with a Prayer Evangelism and Prayer Service and will conclude at noon on Saturday. Please see the above conference ad. Additionally, the host church will be implementing pandemic guidelines for those concerned. Also, please go to Mass.gov for the latest news, and abide by the state Coronavirus restrictions if you are not from the New England area and are traveling from abroad.   In Mark 1:17 Jesus said, “…Come ye after me, and I will make you to become fishers of men.” Let’s behold the impact of the power of prayer and anticipate a “Breaking NET” Revival and Harvest (Luke 5:6)! So, meet us at…The NETS…and there, together we can pull in a great catch (Luke 5:10)!   Please join us in two days of united prayer & fasting (August 12-13). Thank you in advance for rendering prayer and fasting for two days, in whatever way the Spirit of God guides you.   PRAY:   For a great revival of kingdom prayer in our world, and for the Church to sincerely serve Jesus in word and deed, and in Spirit and in truth. Pray Spirit-led prayers. For individuals to be greater instructed on how to enhance their prayer lives and to be further equipped to make a positive difference in our world. For God to greatly anoint and use all of the conference speakers, emcees, singers, musicians, prayer participants, and everyone involved in the conference agenda. For the will of God to be wrought and that God will lead those in attendance at the conference into greater levels of prayer. Pray for both temporal and eternal matters.  For the Church to enter into a greater depth/dimension of the Spirit. Pray that God will be glorified in the highest. Pray that souls will be saved, healed, and delivered. For the success of prayer walks/drives occurring prior to the event. Pray for Tiverton and the entire New England area. Pray for God’s blessings upon the NETS. For God to perform the miraculous and that many needs will be met. Fervently pray for church restoration, renewal, revival, retention, and reaping of harvest worldwide. For attendees, in a spiritual context, at THE NETS… to “launch out into the deep, and let down their nets for a draught” (Luke 5:4)!   Flo Shaw Director World Network of Prayer
UPCI General Board
Access Challenged Nations   Join the World Network of Prayer and Global Missions in praying for the nations that currently do not have an apostolic work. We will focus on one nation each week.
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World Needs:   Offer a prayer of praise unto Jesus for defeating the Coronavirus.  Currently, COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on education systems.  More than 1 billion students have been affected by the pandemic, which could pose long-term consequences for critical issues. World cases have risen to over 19 million. India is now third after the US and Brazil to record more than 2 million cases. Cases in Africa stand at 1 million, the US has surpassed 5 million, and Brazil has more than 3 million. The US has 160,000 deaths. Pray against the exponential challenges of COVID-19 as it took 99 days for cases to reach 1 million but only 17 days to increase from 4 to 5 million. Also within the past two weeks of July over 97,000 children have tested positive.Pray for family members and victims of the catastrophic explosion in Beirut, Lebanon where more than 135 people died, many are missing, and over 5,000 were injured. The full extent of damage is not known and estimated at close to 5 billion dollars. Approximately 300,000 people cannot return to their homes and at least half the city’s population now have homes that are unlivable.Pray against domestic violence. Within the European community Turkey is the most recent that is withdrawing from the European treaty on gender-based violence. Poland previously announced leaving the treaty, and Croatia and Serbia also are debating this deal known as the Istanbul Convention, which was created in 2011 to address systemic violence against women and to define a state’s role in preventing femicide and domestic abuse.Continue to pray for America and current racial tension issues and police reform. Pray for police funding to remain in all states and for training and removal of abusive police officers. Pray for the Spirit of God, “He that letteth” to not let and thereby restore law and order in those states that are being ravaged by violent protesters.  Pray for speedy completion of the investigation and conviction of all guilty participants in the murder of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old EMT who was killed by police during a raid in her home.Pray against the salmonella outbreak that is linked to onions and is expanding across 43 states with hundreds of people being sickened.Pray for Indonesia as Mount Sinabung erupts and sends a column of ash for over 3 miles into the sky.Pray for family members of the 16 passengers who died and over 120 who were hurt on an Air India flight after it skid off the runway and split in two while landing.
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2020 WNOP Events  30 Days of Prayer (January 2-31)New York Metro District Prayer Conference, St. Albans, New York (January 17-18)WNOP Leadership Retreat, Weldon Spring, Missouri; Scott Graham (February 5-7)Ministry And Prayer (MAP) Seminar, ABI; Oakdale, Minnesota; Lee Stoneking (March 4-6)School of Prayer, Ijamsville, Maryland,; Jason Sciscoe (March 19-21) Postponed Apostolic Day of Prayer (March 27)Advanced Prayer Seminar, Del Valle, Texas; Chris & Danielle Green (April 2-4) Postponed  Northwest Regional Summons, Renton, Washington (April 30 – May 2) Postponed National Day of Prayer (May 7)National Apostolic Day of Prayer (May 8)Global Day of Prayer (May 31)Int’l Summons, Bridgeton, Missouri; David/Connie Bernard, Cortt Chavis (June 18-20)“Operation Switzerland,” (June 28 – July 7) Rescheduled “Operation Turkey,” (July 23-30) Postponed “Operation USA” – 3 Days of Prayer & Fasting for America (August 4-6)National Day of Prayer for Religious Liberty (August 9)“Operation Jamaica,” Trelawny, Jamaica (August 10-16) Postponed New England Territory Summons, Tiverton, Rhode Island (August 20-22)UPCI World Day of Prayer (September 16)South Texas District Regional Summons, Houston, Texas; J. Sciscoe (September 10-12) UPCI General Conference Prayer Seminars, St. Louis, Missouri (September 24-25)YM + WNOP Youth Summons, St. Charles, Missouri (September 26) Postponed Ontario District Regional Summons, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (November 5-7)Georgia District Regional Summons, College Park, Georgia (November 12-14)Detroit Regional Summons, Romulus, Michigan (November 19-21)England Summons, London, England – Pending (Dates TBD)   Note: More 2020 event dates may be added to the WNOP Calendar later as approved by the Board this year.
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