But just as he who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do; for it is written: "Be holy because I am holy." -1 Peter 1:15-16 NIV

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Special materials are prepared for women to use in forming a prayer group that will encourage them in praying for revival in their families, neighborhoods, cities, churches, our country and around the world. We recommend the leader of the group purchase a Lydia Leader's Packet and each member of the group have their own individual copy of the Lydia Prayer Guide.


Lydia Prayer Group Resources

Lydia Leader's
Guide (book only)


Lydia Prayer Guide
We will be publishing a
newly revised version soon.
In the meantime,
click here to download free

Lydia Prayer Guide
Spanish Version

Lydia Prayer Group
Leader's Packet

Lydia Prayer Journal
Revised edition coming spring 2013

Lydia Leader's Guide
The Lydia Leader's Guide is a great tool for anyone considering leading a Lydia Prayer Group. Each chapter can be used as a format for a time of prayer. This guide offers ideas for how to pray and what could be incorporated in your prayer meetings. A copy of the Leader's Guide is included the the Lydia Prayer Group Leader's Packet.


Lydia Prayer Group Leader's Packet
The Lydia Leader's Packet is designed to help a new Lydia Prayer Group leader as she forms a Lydia Prayer Group. It includes the Lydia Leader's Guide, one copy of the Lydia Prayer Guide, the booklet Prayer of Faith by J.O. Frazer, a message on CD from Dr. Dennis Kinlaw entitled Living Out of Prayer, and information for obtaining additional resources on prayer.


Lydia Prayer Guide (available in English and in Spanish)
The Lydia Prayer Guide is designed to encourage and direct individual prayer group members or any woman longing to join Jesus in a prayer adventure. Using Acts 1:8 as a model for praying for revival beginning in our own hearts, families and churches, nation, and the world, the guide offers inspiration and suggestions for prayer.

Lydia Prayer Journal
In Acts 1:8 Jesus promised His disciples that they would be His witnesses in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and the ends of the earth. It is this promise that serves as our model for prayer in the Lydia Prayer Journal. We start by praying for Jerusalem, our homes and families; Judea, our churches and communities; Samaria, our nation; and finally, we pray for a different part of the world each month. We have included some facts and prayer tips in the journal to help you pray more effectively. The journal is divided into 12 monthly sections and each section begins with a prayer focus taken from Scripture.

In Acts 16:13 we read of the apostle Paul attending a riverside prayer meeting outside of Philippi. He encountered a group of praying women, one of whom was a businesswoman named Lydia. She was a worshipper of God whose heart the Lord opened to respond to Paulís message. Her response led not only to her own conversion but to the conversion and baptism of her whole household. She then opened her home to the great apostle, and the first fellowship of Christian believers in Europe met in her house. God used a womanís prayer meeting to change history once. We think He wants to do it again.

Our desire is that Jesus would transform all of us into world Christians, with a heart for God and a mind for truth. We see this modeled in the example of Lydia. Her love and obedience to Jesus impacted not only her family and Philippi but ultimately Europe and the world. It is because of her example that we have named this book the Lydia Prayer Journal.

We hope that as you begin this new prayer adventure your heart will be blessed and your life and the lives of countless others that you remember in prayer will be transformed. Thank you for joining with us in the life-transforming adventure of prayer. "When God wants to change human history, He begins with an intercessor."-Beth Coppedge

"This is the confidence we have in approaching God; that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us, whatever we ask, we know that we have what we asked of Him." 1 John 5:14

Lydia Prayer Ministry Brochure (download for free, tri-fold 2-sided brochure)