24 Hours of Prayer

As we move out of 2021 into 2022, we want to do it honoring and seeking God. Therefore, from Noon on December 31 through Noon on January 1, we are devoting ourselves to prayer. We’re asking each person who calls Maple Grove Covenant his or her spiritual “home” to sign up for one 30-minute time block, and then to pray during that time wherever you are—you are not expected to come to church. Use the link below to reserve your time, and then watch for a detailed prayer guide which will be emailed a few days ahead of time.

Reserve your Prayer Spot Here! 

24 Hours of Prayer Prompts

As we move from 2021 into 2022, please try to balance your own prayer segment along these four basic areas. Consider reflecting on both the definition of each area as well as the Scripture text associated with it. Feel free to add to the specific suggestions as God leads you.


Showing deep respect, admiration, praise, or devotion

Psalm 47:2— How awesome is the Lord Most High, the great King over all the earth.

Praise God for the qualities of who He is: Consistent, Faithful, Gracious, Holy, Infinite, Just, Living, Merciful, Patient, Perfect, Pure, Trustworthy, Truthful


Agreeing, admitting, and taking responsibility for our own sin.

Romans 3:23— For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.

  • Reflect on how your attitudes, words, and actions are opposite of God’s—places where you are: Inconsistent, Unfaithful, Judgmental, Unjust, Unmerciful, Impatient, Impure, Untrustworthy, Deceitful
  • Reflect on how those have impacted your family, the church, your workplace or school, and your friendships.


Expressing gratitude and appreciation

I Thessalonians 5:18a— Give thanks in all circumstances…

The following are things August Storm gives thanks for in the hymn, “Thanks to God for My Redeemer.” Thank God for examples of each in your life, your family, and the Church.

-Redemption           -Provision

-Memories               -Presence

-Peace                      -Answered Prayer

-Denials                    -Challenges

-Comfort                  -Hope

-Joy                           -Sorrow


Humbly asking, requesting, pleading, or urging.

Luke 22:42b— “Not my will, but your will be done…”

Pray for the following:

  • For Christ-centered, sincere worship in your own life and the life of others.
  • For lives being changed, character being formed, and our ministry being shaped by God’s Word
  • For hope, trust, peace, provision, and unity within the church and among our people.
  • For new followers of Jesus through us, our ministry, and our missionaries.
  • For servant hearts that respond to those around us in tangible, appropriate ways.
  • For protection, wisdom, discernment, and courage in and among our leaders.