“A prayer for business and the business of prayer”

Do you have a heart to pray for God’s Economy to come forth in the business realm across the earth? Join us for Mondays Noonday Prayer (EST) on Zoom for one hour!

Fulton Street 1857 Prayer

Jeremiah Lamphier and business people from all over Manhattan gathered and prayed in 1857 – and it changed the world… How do we change the world? One intentional prayer at a time…  Where two or three are gathered…there I am Matt 18:20.

Sign Up for Prayer
If you want to join us Mondays Noon EST on Zoom to pray for business and financial reform, email us at info@newbreed.co and we will put you on a weekly email distribution. Also, you can register using this Eventbrite link and you will receive the Zoom login credentials and instructions (*For security reasons, please do not forward the zoom link or password or post on social edia): http://links.globalfamily24-7prayer.org/register  This credential also works for all of the global 24/7 prayer (see all 168 hours of 24/7 prayer schedule)

Join us in a global chorus of prayer each Monday at noon (EST); 7pm Jerusalem time. We will pray for 1 hour with people across the earth for God’s purposes in business, finance and investment – Yes, fullness of repentance and reformation is desperately needed!

1857 Fulton Street Prayer Rules

We have been praying Monday Noon downtown Westport CT for over 12 years! First inside the Vigilant Firehouse conference room tower, then outside on the public boardwalk of the Saugatuck River – rain or shine. Now, we move to Zoom online, but continue to pray for the same purposes, including a special prayer assignment for missionaries in the UAE.

Let me know if you have any questions. Also, all are welcome if you want to pass along this invitation. Note, this Monday time of prayer is in addition to our regularly scheduled Wed 8am (EST) New Breed of Business Zoom calls where the focus is on: round table discussions, interviews and teachings in addition to prayer (that’s a different Zoom meeting id).

In Jesus, Gregg

Gregg and Jeremiah NYC

A few good men (and women!)… People worthy of prayer: