Capital Prayer Breakfast Schedule for 2020
March 20, 2020 – Canceled
October 16, 2020 – Canceled
We anticipate having new dates for 2021 in the near future. Our staff will call or email regular attendees about these dates as that information becomes available.
Tickets are not needed for the event but in order to reserve seating, Attendees must contact the University if they plan to attend the event in order for us to accommodate seating for all guest.
Please call us at 334.387.7502 and speak with Diann Lazenby
The Capital Prayer Breakfast provides Christians with opportunities to pray, encourage, and affect righteousness among all.
Streaming of the Prayer Breakfast
Capitol Prayer Breakfast is transmitted through video streaming technologies. Live link available on the scheduled date: Prayer Breakfast
About the Capital Prayer Breakfast
Location: RSA Towers in Downtown Montgomery 22nd Floor.
Breakfast start time: 8:30 a.m.
Cost: $10.00 per person
Tips for arriving and Parking: Arrive early to register for breakfast! Parking is free in the parking garage. Attendees will receive a parking code access number that will need to be entered at the garage entrance. Enter at the southwest corner of Monroe and North Lawrence Streets.
Prayer is A Need That Continues
It is hard to believe that over 2000 years have passed since Jesus’ disciples asked him to teach them how to pray. Therefore, nothing has changed! As a result, we all feel the same need that the disciples had to improve their prayers and prayer life. All too often we approach prayer as a quick fix to an unmanageable situation.
• We are busy and we rush to offer a few quick prayers hoping to bring God into the occasion so that everything will be okay.
• We seem to find time to petition our father only when we are in trouble. Regardless of our skills or lack of competence in prayer, we will not become a great people unless we make the word of God our foundation. We need to emulate and learn from the model prayer.
Finding Time To Pray
Jesus got away often to pray, and if he needed to pray do we not that much more need to pray. His day was filled from morning to night with many pressures and responsibilities, addressing crowds, healing the sick, granting private interviews, traveling, and training his disciples. He was extremely busy, but he found time to pray, and he made praying a top priority.
Every day we should privately pray to God, but there are times when we need the security and refuge that comes when like-minded brethren assemble for special prayer. There are events and situations that are of public interest and knowledge that should be brought to the attention of many.
Our Spiritual Struggle
Above all, we need to pray because we are in a spiritual battle. Our battle is “not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” Ephesians 6:12 to win we need the providential favor and power of an omnipotent God. This spiritual battle involves our soul’s eternal destiny. What a fearful thought! • We should fight Satan and his forces through our prayers and petitions to God our heavenly father. • Even more, we should make prayer a long-term commitment to accomplish the work God has called us to do.