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Be Part of the Kingdom of God in France

Every year, Pray for France, an initiative of Impact France, hosts a global prayer campaign starting Easter Sunday. We collaborate with our French ministry partners to create and distribute a guide written by the French to share a clear and comprehensive picture of God’s work in France.

Over 21 days, the prayer guide contains daily prayer points and prayer needs for every mountain of societal influence (i.e. religion, family, media, business, government, education, arts & entertainment, and the forgotten). This is direct insight into what God is already doing in France!

Join us in this amazing three week window of interceding for France!

How Can You Get Involved?

Be part of the annual Pray for France campaign!

During the campaign, you’ll receive a free prayer guide (in French and English) as well as weekly e-mails with encouragement and prayer themes. The rest of the year, we send important updates on what God is doing in France and how you can stay involved.

Tell your friends, church leaders, and other Christians about Pray for France and encourage them to visit the website. The Psalmist says “how good and perfect it is for brothers to dwell together in unity.” (Psalm 133:1, NASB), and Jesus said, “if two of you agree on earth about anything that they may ask, it shall be done for them by My Father who is in heaven.” (Matthew 18:19, NASB).

The prayer guide is a perfect way to join digitally with other brothers and sisters in the unity of the Holy Spirit and intercede for France.

Pray for France is only possible because of gifts to Impact France – a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to mobilize prayer and facilitate giving to native French ministries.

Want to know more about spreading the Gospel in France?

Many organizations are fulfilling the Great Commission in France! Impact France’s Ministry Partner List is a great place to learn about what God is doing through the French! Each of these organizations are “boots on the ground” in reaching the people of France.


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