The prayer chair is a safe place where anyone can come to experience God’s love, truth and peace. Quite literally, it’s just a few chairs set-up in the busyness of everyday life (usually in the street), to offer people the chance to come and sit, to receive a blessing, to be still, and know that God is real, and experience His amazing love for them.
Jesus promises in the Bible that we might have life to the full (John 10:10), and the prayer chair offers this reality in a number of ways. For example:
– Physical healing
– Inner healing from things that have happened in the past
– Encouraging words about your true identity
– Destiny words for the future about the good plans God has for you
– Freedom from anything else that is oppressing you
– Personal encounter and continued relationship with God
– Friendship with genuine people who intend to love with no strings attached
Jesus came to save and restore us, so that we could have the best life possible in loving relationship with God. He wants to renew hope, peace and love to everyone who wants it (Isaiah 61). The prayer chair makes space for God to move in this way, even in the busyness of everyday life.
Prayer chair is all about love. It’s about the Church leaving the building, and loving people, sharing the good news of the unconditional love of Jesus, without condemnation. God longs to enter into a fulfilling intimate relationship with people through Jesus, by the power of the Holy Spirit. We are simply available to make this possible by giving people an experience of His love.
Prayerchair is not a church but partners with various local churches who set up payerchairs in their communities, who can can then introduce those people who have experienced the love of Jesus on the streets into a deeper relationship with Jesus as part of their church and discipleship programs.
Everyone!! The prayer chair is open to anyone wanting a touch from God. Whether you’re rich or poor, Christian or atheist, young or old, male or female – whoever you are -, we’d love the opportunity to bless you.