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End of Year Day of Prayer

We believe every believer is a witness for Jesus Christ Reach at the least ONE person with the Gospel On The Last Day of Each Year



I'mDean Jones

Born Again Christian, Project Manager, Designer, Developer and Founder of Godinterest

Millions of Christians in over 1500 nations are already sharing the Gospel message on that day through prayer and worship in community groups and churche's around the globe. The vision is for every follower of Jesus Christ to share the Gospel with at least one person ONLINE or offline on the last Day of Each Year. It’s an active prayer – a witness to faith, a cry of hope and a pledge to be disciples for peace together.

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End of Year Day of Prayer


The movement aims to bring together people of various races, cultures and traditions in a yearly common Day of Prayer, as well as in closer fellowship, understanding and action throughout the year.

Testimony and Prayer


It is so important that we all – whatever our denomination – kneel together as part of the united body of Christ to pray for our brothers and sisters around the globe who are yet to give their lifes to Jesus Christ.

Technology and Evangelism


It’s hard to express the degree to which the Internet is changing society. With mobile technology becoming such a huge part of our lives most people couldn’t envision life without it. At every point within the bible God made a way for His Church to embrace the opportunities to tell more people of His love, and we believe that the Internet is no different. At Godinterest we couldn’t be more convinced that God has a purpose for this technology, and so Godinterest is dedicated to utilising it to empower believers throughout the world to share the life changing message of Jesus. We can share our messages of hope and love online.



Jesus is at work in our world today and we, as His disciples, are entrusted with the amazing privilege of being His co-workers. However, there is a mentality around which would suggest that, now we are Christians, this world is like some kind of cosmic ‘waiting room’ in which we sit idly waiting for either death or the return of Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Nothing could be further from the truth! Rather, we are now to work with Jesus and serve others in His Name. What we do is called ‘ministry’ and the exciting challenge before us is to discover just what kind of ministry we are to fulfil.


World Record

Lets set a world record for the amount of people praying and giving testimonies online at the same time. Provide us with your websites RSS feed and we will live stream all prayers and testimonies through our platform #Godinterest


Inviting a someone over for a meal and tell them about Jesus Christ, a nurse in a hospital, a policeman, doctor or homeless person. "Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans" (Proverbs 16:3).

Small Groups

Praying in small groups is a great way to grow closer to God as a community. Whether you gather with friends, a prayer triplet, a cell, a house group, with fellow students or co-workers, small numbers make for a flexible and engaging time of prayer. If you’re not in a small group already then gather a group of three to eight people and find a place and time to meet.


Do something good for the needy, sickly or elderly in hospitals, prisons, children homes, homeless etc For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in Matthew 25:35


Visiting home to home or strategic campaigns with other churches that aim to engage in Christian service by serving human need and breaking down barriers between people.


Churches and Charities are invited to pray for peace and to also share their prayers via Godinterest, WordPress, Blogger, Facebook or Twitter Hashtag (#godinterest). Churches are encouraged to translate our prayers into their national languages and share it with their congregations.

Pray for your city

Take a recent local newspaper and go through it finding things to pray for. Cut them out and create a board you can pray through around the needs and opportunities in your city.

Pray For Each Other

Put a chair in the middle of the group and have one person at a time take turns in the chair while the rest lay hands on them and pray. If people are unfamiliar with praying aloud then start by asking everyone to pray one short, positive prayer of blessing over each other. You can dedicate a prayer meeting to praying for everyone in the group or you can pray this way for one person each week..

Prayer Walk

Pick a place and walk with the intention of asking God to show you where He’s at work, what He cares about and how you can pray for yourself and others around you. Keep a prayer dairy and take a moment share your progress on #Godinterest









End of Year Prayers

End of Year Prayer for Victory

Today, may the beauty of heaven come upon you and turn all your hopes into reality. May the good Lord also clothe your days with favour and divine upliftment all the  days of your life. The hands of God will establish you today and always. May the Lord silence and humble your enemies till they become your footstool. May He guide you and your household from danger. You shall not be frustrated. Everything you lay your hands on shall prosper. Every seat of your lineage shall witness divine blessings and breakthroughs attached to this month. By His encounter the heavens will release to you your blessings and joy unlimited. Welcome to another day of multiple victory. Good morning, have a fruitful day. - By Yvonne Jones

New Year Prayer for Mercy

The great thing about walking with God in life is that there is always the opportunity to start a new - the steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.

At the start of the New Year, why not take a moment to thank Him for last year, ask His forgiveness for where you have failed, and dedicate this new year to Him - to serve Him and love Him afresh.

We need You, Lord. Without You, We simply can’t meet the heavy demands of life or the unrelenting pressures that we will face this coming year. We are making a new commitment today, not a New Year’s resolution heavenly father, but a new desire to place You where You belong, first place in our lifes.
Please make the “we will’s” of Scripture become our affirmations: “We will trust You; We will praise You; We will follow You.” We will replace fear with faith, knowing You are always with us. And with You on our side, it will be a victorious New Year. We lay down our broken armor, our rusty tools, our self-defenses, and every excuse we’ve used for not living victoriously. Purge our bad habits; free us from wrong expectations; and fill our heart, soul, and mind with praiseworthy thoughts and actions. We want to exchange our past disappointments for Your divine appointments this year. Our lifes are Yours; our relationships belong to You; everything we have is Yours, Jesus. Set our feet on the right path this year, and grant wisdom so we can the make right choices that will honor You. Let us see others like You see us, as precious ones You created. Renew the gifts and abilities You’ve so generously given us so we can bless others as You’ve blessed us. In Jesus' name.

End of Year Prayer for Healing

Lord of God Almighty, I rest underneath your mighty wings of love. I dwell within your gentle heart. I know there is healing in your touch. Through the sufferings of Jesus Christ I ask for restoration And trust in your goodness. By your stripes I ask for healing. You are my Lord, my Saviour, my healer, a shelter in the time of storm and my friend. I dwell within your gentle embrace. In Jesus' name Amen.

End of Year School Staff Prayer

Lord God, as we ponder the blessings and challenges of this past year, grant us the serenity of your Spirit and openness of heart to the wonders you have done in us and will continue do in faithfulness to us, your children. Lord, we give you thanks for calling us to serve this School community. By the power of your Holy Spirit, may the seeds of the Gospel you have planted in hearts and called us to water in our school continue to grow. Grant us a peaceful and restful Christmas, that we might be ready to respond with joy to your ongoing call to serve one another in Christ, in whom you make all things new. We make this prayer to you through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Prayer for the End of The School Year

We give thanks to God for all the teaching and learning that has taken place in our school, both in and out of the classroom. For the talents and gifts that have been shared and the challenges that have been faced. For the burdens that have been lifted and the hurts that have been healed. For the respect and care that have been given. We give thanks for the friendships that have just begun and for those that have grown. For the faith that has been lived in our daily struggles. For the hope that has lifted our hearts on the dark days and for the love that has kept us going. We give thanks for the community that we are and we ask you Lord – Bless our students as they sit their exams in the next year, may your Spirit inspire them with confidence and calmness. Bless our families as we take our holidays, may our time together leave us with memories to cherish. Pour out your love on us that we may return renewed and refreshed to continue our journey together in 2018. In Jesus' name. Amen

Prayer at the Closing of Another Year

We thank you heavenly father for being with us through this past year. We thank you that you are constantly with your people. You have comforted our hearts, You have heard our prayers, You have come so often to our aid. We pray that you will go with us into this new year. None of us who knows what the new year will bring, but we thank you that every moment of that year is in your hands. We thank you that we can go forward with confidence. We pray that you will help us to be like you in this new year. Forgive us, Lord, for our sins and our backslidings of this past year. Grant to us, as the days of the new year unfold, an ever closer walk with you. Help us to put sin to death, Help us gladly yield our lives unreservedly to Jesus Christ, our Savior, and God that we may regard ourselves entirely at his disposal to be, to go, to do, as he would wish. We pray that it may be our privilege to serve him, to bring glory to his name, to help others to know him better, and to help some, indeed, to come to know him for the first time. Have mercy on us, we pray, upon those connected with us who come to the end of this year and their hearts are still closed against you. Grant that this new year would mark the beginning of new life in Jesus Christ. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

End of Year Prayer for Your Finances

Dear Heavenly Father, I come to you with a heart full of thanksgiving recognising that every good gift and every perfect present comes from You. Lord, I thank You for all that You’ve done and all that You’re going to do. Father, I ask that You place Your hand on my finances. Father, Your word says that You have given us the ability to generate wealth. Therefore, Lord I trust in Your ability to prosper me in this time. Father grab hold of my life and teach me to prosper in this season. Holy Spirit bless the fruit of my hands, heart, and mind that I will be able to find opportunities to prosper in this season. In Jesus’ name, Amen.


93 % of church members never share the Gospel with others “If we can figure out a way to turn an audience into an army – it will change the world.”

Rick Warren

American Pastor

End of Year Day of Prayer is a catalyst to mobilize the church for evangelism. Offer individual prayers and organize community-wide prayer services in your city and congregation.

Dean Jones

Project Manager

We can make a difference. We invite you to learn more about how you can be a part of the Prayer and Action movement today.

Kevin Brown


Global Prayer


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