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Mission Statement

Prayer Focus Ministries exists to help fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ to go and make disciples of all nations by facilitating prayer for international ministry, by networking prayer for our city, state and nation, and by assisting the local church in building a prayer shield for leaders and becoming a “house of prayer for all nations”. 

Statement of Faith

We believe in the full inerrancy of Scripture; in God the Father, Son and
Holy Spirit; in the virgin birth, sinless life, atoning death, physical
resurrection and visible, personal return of our Lord Jesus Christ; in
salvation by grace through faith in the finished work of Christ; in the
present ministry of the Holy Spirit expressed in His fruit, gifts and power
in New Testament evangelism, consecrated Christian living, the local
church, the ministry of reconciliation and the urgency of fulfilling the
Great Commission.

Implementing the Mission Call

1.  We have come alongside Dr. David Shibley and Global Advance as
I-1 intercessors and prayer coordinators.

   
 a) We are building and networking a prayer team for this international
ministry. The goal is to enlist 1000 people for committed daily prayer
for this ministry and for global harvest.
     b) In response to a vision from the Lord, we are in the process of raising up an army of children praying with the same purposes.

2.  We serve as the Louisiana State Apostolic Coordinators
for the Louisiana Apostolic Prayer Network.

     a) Seeking the Lord for the re-evangelization of America and
revival, we are working to build a network of prayer across our
cities and the state and nation.
    b) We oversee Louisiana Apostolic Prayer Network initiatives in
our state and co-labor with other prayer efforts across our region
and nation.

3.  We are available to hold conferences in local churches to teach on
intercession and the building of a prayer shield for spiritual leaders to
help equip the church in this hour to become a “house of prayer for all
nations”.