What is a boiler room prayer ministry?

Charles Haddon Spurgeon was a famous Nineteenth Century Pastor. Surgeon humbly served the Lord by preaching at the London Metropolitan Tabernacle regularly filling it with 5,000 people. Spurgeon identified the “Boiler Room” was where the Spiritual Energy of the Church was generated. It was in the “Boiler Room” where at least 100 people would gather to pray for the upcoming church service.

Upon hearing this inspirational story of “The Prince of Preachers” a small group of our church at FBC-Kannapolis wishes to create a “Boiler Room Prayer Ministry” that will meet each Sunday Morning at 11am to Noon in-- you guessed it-- our basement's Boiler Room. We envision having three to five people volunteer to participate each week and depending on the amount of interested no single person would commit to any more than once a month to once a quarter. It's our hope that the Lord will move in powerful ways among our pastor, church members, and guests similarly to how He moved then.  The power of prayer for the glory of God.

If you are so led to participate in the Boiler Room Prayer Ministry, please sign up. Prayer is the way that we let go and let God put his hands on and this is when wonderful things begin to happen. Prayer is the difference between you fighting for God and God fighting for you.

The first 30 minutes of the prayer time will be based upon those needs of our church. A real time prayer email portal will be setup where the prayer team can receive prayers from those listening online or those received during the week. The final 30 minutes each week we will be praying for Pastor Tom and that his message will be driven super naturally into the hearts that hear, those that are struggling spiritually and for those needing a Savior and  praying for those that need to accept Christ as Lord and Savior.
Volunteers are needed! Prayers may be silent, aloud within the group or a combination ever how the Spirit of God moves. God will hear our prayers no matter if silent or aloud, we just need to pray! Please join us for this remarkable journey that will be enlightening, inspirational and powerful beyond measure.

“Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.”  
~1 tHESSALONIANS 5:16-18