International Day of Prayer 2022  


The International Day of Prayer 2022 – the day when this world is impacted by thousands of believers praying for God to act in miraculous ways.

July 3rd 2022 sees Christians around the globe joining together to pray. And how we need God to intervene at this time in our history.

The global pandemic still rages around with the world, with almost 1 billion people still completely unvaccinated;

the Russian invasion of Ukraine has devastated not only the population of that country but had a terrible impact on food supplies and the cost of living around the world that has already been devastated by the pandemic;

there is a growing persecution of Christian believers around the world, with over 360 million Christians living in areas where high levels of persecution are experienced.

Serious times call for serious prayer and the great news is that there are leaders around the world who will be mobilising believers to pray fervent, serious prayers. In this instalment of Leadership News, we would like to introduce you to some of the people around the world that will be mobilising the believers to pray during this IDOP 2022. 

Kingfisher Family celebrates its 30th birthday

 Pastor Shibu  with his wife Lily

Pastor Shibu pastors Navjeen House of Prayer, in Panama City, Panama.

Originally from India where he worked with Operation Mobilisation, , Pastor Shibu founded the Navjeen House of Prayer to Rach out to the Indian expatriate community and to Spanish speaking Panamanians.

He has a passion for prayer and for outreach and has been a faithful prayer partner with Kingfisher Family for the past three years.

Bishop Termulo and Pastor Juan Carlo Termulo

Bishop Termulo is the founding pastor and senior leader of Glorious Christ Church in the Philippines. Pastor Juan Carlo Termulo is pastor at the Main Church in Rio Chico. Glorious Christ Church have several church plants and have a young, growing congregation with a big vision and a great heart for outreach.


Pastor Joseph Maravanyika and Revd. Doctor Aggiw Maravanyika

Pastor Joseph and his wife, Revd Doctor Aggie Maravanyikah are church leaders in Mutare, Zimbabwe. Revd. Aggie is the founder of Vanopaishe Foundation, an organisation that reaches out to vulnerable e people struggling with disabilities, albinism, orphans and the elderly.

Catch a fresh vision of what God is doing in this world 

• Become part of a huge army of prayer warriors, interceding for the Holy Spirit to intervene and bring breakthroughs around the world 

Experience the power of prayer as thousands of others around the world pray for you, your church and your country This year we are focussing as a whole International Family, on praying into three global giants:
    • The Global Pandemic
    • The devastating war in Ukraine
    • The growing persecution of Believers worldwide