Happy birthday 24-7Prayer

Frontaim5 (Small)24-7 Prayer is 5 years old. The celebration Iam5 is on today in London. I met Pete Grieg about 5 years ago and was excited to hear his story then – even more so now that teh ministry has blossomed out of control. Today, 1200+ people will gather in London to celebrate 5 years of unbroken global prayer. I was with the leaders last night at a special vow-making, history-connecting meeting with Pete Grieg and Floyd McClung and others. I will not be at the event today because i am shooting off home to be with my lovely wife who i miss and to see my kids, who ROCK, and to see my dear friends Derek and Amy Chapman. They just flew in from USA and will leave Monday night – so we will get home ASAP. My driver is James but we are sharing the driving – and nooooooo . . . i am not going to say “Home James” when i hop in the car.


Andrew Jones has been blogging since 1997. He is based in San Francisco with his two daughters but also travels the globe to find compelling stories of early stage entrepreneurs changing their world. Sometimes he talks in the third person. Sometimes he even talks to himself and has been heard uttering the name "Precious" :-)


  • sounds like you had a great trip…glad you are heading home to many hugs!
    we missed you at emergent usa….
    but you were there in spirit as your name came up several times : )
    i am glad you got to celebrate with the 24-7 folks!
    they have impacted my life greatly and i started my first prayer room thanks to dan slatter of warehouse/revelation in 2001! blessings to you and deb and the fam! lilly

  • “…a shift from being a prayer movement that does mission, to a mission and justice movement that prays a lot… time for 24-7 to grow up… if you thought the pregnancy was good, just wait ’til you meet the baby…”
    there’s much in those comments from pete greig that i respect and hold dear. IAM5 on saturday was simply superb in so many regards. check numerous blogs for mini-reports, check the main 24-7 prayer website for a full report in due course.
    go 24-7prayer… or, as they/we so often cry, ‘come on!’

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