Colorado Prays is a part of the America Prays network. We are an inter-denominational, multi-ethnic, Jesus-centered prayer movement covering Colorado in 24/7 prayer.
America is in desperate need of revival and spiritual awakening. Our only hope is prayer. Unified prayer in the upper room preceded the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost (Acts 1:14). Will you join us in prayer? Will you stand in the gap for your community?
Our vision is to unite and equip churches in Colorado in 24/7 prayer for transformation and spiritual awakening.
Our call is to devote ourselves to prayer for our communities and nation. The Early Church’s devotion to prayer brought them to a place of unity and common purpose. Acts 1:14, “These all with one mind were continually devoting themselves to prayer.”
Every church in America regardless of their size, location, annual budget, worship style or theology can adopt a day or half day of prayer every month. A monthly day of prayer is not the end game, but it is a simple on-ramp that helps churches develop a culture of prayer.
Churches commit to adopt a monthly day of prayer or half day of prayer and cover those 12 to 24 hours in prayer. Recruit people to pray in 30-60 minute segments from home, work, school or at church. Churches pray the same day of the month (1st, 8th) or day of the week (3rd Wed).
Fr. Eberhart is the founding pastor and leader of Resurrection Anglican Fellowship in Greenwood Village, CO. A Colorado native, he has led the church since it was planted in 2001, becoming a part of the Anglican Church in North America. In addition to serving the Anglican Church, Fr. Phil serves as a Colorado convener of prayer through Colorado Prays and the 10Days Together spring and fall prayer gatherings. He has been serving in Colorado for 30 years and has a Kingdom vision for revival, culminating in a "net-breaking, boat-sinking" catch of souls, as we follow Jesus 24/7 in prayer and are diligent to complete the work of the Kingdom of God!
Amy is a prayer catalyst with a heart to connect and mobilize people who pray – especially for citywide transformation. Based on 2 Chr. 7:14, her mission is to communicate the need for prayer, repentance and obedience to believers who are willing to be a humble and broken people fully submitted to God on behalf of their community.
Her spiritual journey includes a 12 year career in prayer leadership preceded by 26 years in the marketplace in management consulting and training. She is currently part of the leadership team of Colorado Prays which is sounding the Neh 4:20 trumpet calling 2,200 Colorado churches to a wall of non-stop day and night prayer .
Amy also leads prayer initiatives associated with the Transform Our World movement in Colorado and gathers strategic prayer warriors each month to address spiritual issues affecting the land and people of Colorado.