Christians in every nation will be praying for revival and spiritual transformation on the 10th annual Global Day of Prayer, being held May 23.
Founder Graham Power will host a large-scale gathering in Cape Town, South Africa, which will be broadcast live on GOD TV. A two-day conference featuring musician Michael W. Smith will precede the event.
The prayer day is inspired by 2 Chronicles 7:14, in which God promises to heal the land if His people will humble themselves in prayer and repentance.
Power said uniting the world in prayer is just the first part of a plan God showed him in a series of visions.
The second aspect—promoting integrity among Christians in church, business and political leadership—will officially kick off May 23 via a Web site dubbed UnashamedlyEthical.com.
The "waves" of awakening will lead to a revival "bigger and greater than what we have ever yet seen," Power said. "I don't know what God's timing is, but He has shown that Africa would be a light to the world, as crazy as that sounds. ... I am very expectant that there's going to be something very dynamic that will develop from here."