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The Central Texas Prayer Network
is a servant ministry encouraging, connecting and equipping leaders
to mobilize cooperative, strategic prayer initiatives to reach
Central Texas for Christ.

This prayer ministry was founded over 13 years ago as a result of a vision for an ongoing prayer ministry following National Day of Prayer in May 2000.  The prayers of God’s people in Central Texas are like the communication tower on the logo.  Our prayers in response to God’s love go out where we cannot go.  God’s kingdom has no borders.  The ministry supports prayer initiatives and events in Central Texas.

Volunteer opportunities

  • As an intercessor in Temple ISD school prayer initiative through churches who adopt the schools.
  • As an intercessor receiving requests by E-Mail that includes Child Evangelism Fellowship/Good News   Clubs.
  • Participate in a prayer group on Monday nights at 7 pm meeting in different locations for a month at a time.
  • Participate in a prayer meeting on the First Thursday of each month except May, which is National Day of Prayer.

Annual Prayer Events sponsored and supported:

National Day of Prayer in May

Christian Unity & New Year Prayer in January

World Day of Prayer in March

Global Day of Prayer on Pentecost

Back to School Prayer service in September


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Email prayer requests or information about special events and meeting times
Send message to Ruth Daniel


Central Texas Website


“If My people, who are called by my name, will
humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways,
then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”

2 Chronicles 7:14


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2013 National Day of Prayer was celebrated at the Expo Center Thursday, May 2nd.

Over 200 believers gathered at the Expo Center in Belton Thursday evening to pray for our nation, our states and for the Greater Centex area.  Following the blowing of the Shofar, prayer leaders from across the community introduced prayer topics to the 50 circles of participants and prayers were offered for our military, businesses, churches, education, media, families, and government.  Jeff and Kelli Gossman from Harvest Church in Temple led the music transitions between prayer topics.

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