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One Hour Prayer Alliance Mission Statement
The One Hour National prayer alliance is a multi-denominational and multi-cultural prayer group. One Hour is a group of America’s leaders and remnant warriors that are hungry for the Last Days Harvest. They recognize this end time outpouring is coming through passionate prayer for revival.
In 2007, during the West Virginia Tech school shooting Shawn Patrick Williams asked God what could he do? The Holy Spirit said, “Pray.” God put a burning desire to pray on the nation’s college campuses into his heart. He rallied leaders to cover five major campuses across the nation for an hour of strategic prayer. The next year it grew to twenty-five locations and the next two years this prayer event had over one hundred locations. Various additional events were a byproduct from this vision, including a powerful online prayer group. After a three year pause in events God began to burden Shawn Patrick’s heart to pray for our nation through the One Hour Prayer Alliance again.
The One Hour National prayer alliance purposes to stir up an atmosphere of one hour of prayer in the Body of Christ.
“And he cometh unto the disciples, and findeth them asleep, and saith unto Peter, What, could ye not watch with me one hour?” Matthew 26:40
The One Hour National prayer alliance holds one hour prayer outreaches throughout the year on high school and college campus locations and praying one hour during elections. This is done through a multi-location one hour prayer events that happens simultaneous once a year.
One Hour Regional Coordinator
When a One Hour event takes place we look to different churches/leaders/people leading in their region to help coordinate groups and teams. A One Hour regional coordinator doesn’t need to apply for this position. This is chosen event by event based on the participation of the region.
One Hour Prayer Groups
The OHPA offers opportunities for churches and, or individuals to host One Hour prayer groups monthly. These are monthly prayer groups that target the area needs, prayer for an hour, bring unity in the region and stir up Body wide prayer. These groups also serve as emergency prayer teams when the need arises. There is an application process and certain protocol steps to follow in starting a OHPA prayer group in your area. Please contact the OHPA prayer group coordinator for details and an application.To be a prayer group leader we ask you apply to Warrior Nations Fellowship as a prayer group leader, agree the vision of Warrior Nations and OHPA, are willing to host a monthly prayer meeting, follow the basic instruction for the meeting and participate in the One Hour events the alliance host throughout the year.
One Hour Prayer Call Tuesday nights 7 pm EST
One Hour host other prayer events spread out during the year. Supporting events vary from midnight prayer watches and to third watch prayer sessions in various locations, as the Holy Spirit leads.
“For our battle is not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, powers and rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in heavenly places.” (Eph. 6:12)
“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from there wicked ways; then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal there land.”(2 Chro. 7:14)
“The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.”(James5:16)
One Hour Prophetic Presbytery
This is a national and international presbytery of twelve prophetic voices. At least three of which will weight the prophetic words that are given to the church, nation, and other areas of the seven mountain commission to society, especially those that come from the OHPA. These proven prolific prophetic voices come together at strategic times for prayer, counsel and events. They also release words to the Body through the One Hour Prayer Alliance.
“Let the prophets speak two or three, and let the other judge.” 1 Corinthians 14:29