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The Power of a City at Prayer: What Happens When Churches Unite for Renewal Paperback – August 2, 2002
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Pier serves as executive director of Concerts of Prayer Greater New York and is on the pastoral staff of First Baptist Church of Flushing, New York. Since 1987 Pier has coodinated several "Concert of Prayer" events in Metro New York, including the Billy Graham Concert of Prayer at Times Square Church in 1991.
Katie Sweeting worked as associate director of Concerts of Prayer Greater New York for 11 years. During that time, she also served as the New York coordinator for several national conferences, including the Christian Community Development Association Conference in 2000. Since 1995 she has coordinated The Lord's Watch, a daily prayer vigil involving over 100 churches in the Metro New York area. Currently, Sweeting teaches English at two community colleges in New Jersey.
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Pier and Sweeting, who are with Concerts of Prayer of Greater New York..., share the four aspects of prayer for any city:
Prayer for Revival
Prayer for Reconciliation
Prayer for Renewal
Prayer for Reaching the Lost
I think it is interesting to read this book along with "Leadership" by Rudy Guiliani. Over the last decade there has been amazing positive change in the culture of NYC. While policy played a role in the decline of crime and violence, you can also clearly track the decrease to the increaase in the prayers of Christian people.
Highly recommended for anyone living in NYC or anyone who desires to see a prayer movement in their own city. If it can happen in New York City, it can happen anywhere!...