21 Dangerous Prayers

We invite you, your church leaders, pastors, staff and congregation to pray dangerously this year.



Meeting with God in a dangerous and life-transforming manner

Can prayer be dangerous? Is prayer supposed to be dangerous?

Any encounter with a holy God can be dangerous – not in a life-threatening way, but in a way that can be life-altering and soul-shaping. All too often we pray safe prayers: God, bless me; God, help me; God, protect me; God, heal me; God, provide for me.

During 21 Days of Prayer, explore the dangerous prayers that have been prayed by God’s people for thousands of years. We trust God will meet you in a dangerous and life-transforming manner. We pray that you will not the same and that your family, neighborhood, workplace and church will be impacted because you personally have met with God.

We invite you, your church leaders, pastors, staff and congregation to join us this January in 21 Days of Prayer.

21 Dangerous Prayers guide
Prior to your church’s 21 Days of Prayer, provide your congregation with the 21 Dangerous Prayers guide. Each day’s prayer guide entry will lead the reader through Scripture and specific prayer opportunities.


Digital (smartphone and app use only)

We’ve created free tools and resources you need to easily communicate and implement 21 Days of Prayer at your church. You’ll find several ideas and free tools that can be downloaded and customized for your church. Tools have been created to help you engage your church before, during and after this prayer journey.

21 Days of Prayer Ideas booklet

Sermon series notes and teaching text

Announcement slides: 1920 x 1080 // 1024 x 768

Email templates & images

Social media post text & images: Facebook // Twitter // Instagram

11" x 17" poster template

5.5" x 8.5" Church bulletin/program insert & text

Share your 21 Days of Prayer story

Commit to pray

Let us know you're committing to the Converge 21 Days of Prayer so we can be praying for you.


Our partnership with Converge has been a huge blessing as pastors network together, share best practices and support one another through prayer and encouragement.

Michael Henderson, New Beginnings Community Church, Matthews, NC