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Atlanta churches are gathering February 28-March 1 to not only pray together for revival in our region, but to learn how to invite the manifest presence of Christ into our Churches. Won't you join us? The event is FREE, we only ask that you register online and consider a $35 donation to cover expenses.


Summer 2013 Presenters

Rev. Fred Hartley is the founder and President of the College of Prayer International, which now has over 185 campuses around the world. He is also the Lead Pastor of Lilburn Alliance Church (LAC) where he has served since 1988. LAC continues to play a vital role in bringing the nations together in worhsip, as there are now over 52 nationalities represented within the congregation.

A prolific writer, Rev. Hartley has also written over fifteen books including the best-seller Lord, Teach Us to Pray; Men and Marriage; 3 Things Kids Need Most and Prayer On Fire. His newest book, God on Fire,was just released last year. He and his wife Sherry have 4 children and 7 grandchildren.

Pastor Haynes
Dr. Rev. Richard B. Haynes was called in 1988 to Pastor Salem Missionary Baptist Church in Lilburn, GA. Under Pastor Haynes' spirit-filled leadership the membership at Salem has increased from under 100 to over 4,500 members, including 40 Associate Ministers. Salem is recognized as one of the oldest and largest African American congregations in Gwinnett County.

Jon Mitchell
Jon Mitchell has a desire to live life full of the passion and power of Jesus, and to help others do the same. Since 2011, Jon has served as Executive Director of the College of Prayer International where he helps steward the growth of the ministry and gives oversight to the operations and traction to the vision. He also oversees the Atlanta Campus of the College of Prayer.

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Module Information

Date: February 28-March 1
Theme: Lord, As Churches, Teach Us to Pray!
Location: Salem Missionary Baptist Church in Lilburn, GA (metro-Atlanta)

12:30 PM ~ Check-in/Registration Opens (please check-in no later than 12:50 PM)
1:00 PM-3:00 PM ~ Worship, Teaching and Prayer
3:00 PM-3:30 PM ~ Break
3:30 PM-5:15 PM ~ Worship, Teaching and Prayer
5:15 PM-6:30 PM ~ Dinner Break with *GAP Groups (dinner provided)
6:30 PM-8:30 PM ~ Worship, Teaching and Prayer.
8:30 AM ~ Light Refreshments
9:00 AM-12:00 PM ~ Worship, Teaching and Prayer
12:00 PM-1:30 PM ~ Lunch Break with *GAP Groups (lunch provided)
1:30 PM-4:00 PM ~ Worship, Teaching and Prayer

*GAP stands for "Growth, Accountability and Prayer." When you register you will placed in one of these groups according to gender. Each group will have a leader who helps facilitate the discussion and prayer time. This will be a special time of personal ministry.

Reading & Reflection Papers (optional)
Please read three of the following books and write a reflection paper, including:
  What impacted your life personally?
  What challenged you as a ministry leader?
This paper is to be submitted to georgia @ collegeofprayer.org

College of Prayer Year 3 Notebook
by Rev. Fred Hartley, III
Order here
Prayer on Fire!
by Rev. Fred Hartley, III
Order here
Everything by Prayer!
by Rev. Fred Hartley, III
Order here

Location & Check-in Time

Our host church for this module will be Salem Missionary Baptist Church located at 4700 Church St. Lilburn, GA 30047. Their phone number is (770) 923-3936. We will meet at Heritage Hall (look for signs when turning onto Church Street). Housing and transportation will be your responsibility.

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