We want to cover the country of Morocco with continuous 24/7 prayer during the entire 31 days of Ramadan. Our vision is to completely saturate Morocco with the Gospel.
Join us for Ramadan March 23-April 22, 2023!
Every disciple-making movement in history has happened in the context of extraordinary prayer. May it be Morocco’s time for a profound move of God’s Spirit!
Join us in asking, seeking & knocking for streams of disciples and churches to be made all across this land. Let’s saturate this precious nation with unceasing prayer.
24/7 for 31 Days
Choose a daily, weekly, or even just a single 15-minute time slot- whatever works best for your schedule as you push yourself into greater prayer for the nations.
Giving Praise from Ramadan 2022
A total of 2,976 prayer commitments were needed to have 24/7 prayer throughout the month of Ramadan. In 2022, 336 intercessors from around the world covered 8,411 prayer commitment slots – almost 300% of the goal!
Pray Morocco was one of 84 prayer campaigns around the world. Globally – in this initiative alone – 6,563 people prayed (in terms of time) for a total of 4 years, 359 days! We may never know the full impact of our intercession but we do know that it delighted the Father’s heart!
24/7 for 30 Days
Every hour of Ramadan had someone praying for our Muslim friends. Many of the 15-minute slots had multiple people praying.
Spiritual atmospheres were shifted.
God moved with power through His church in 2022 – let’s do it again!
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Ramadan 2023 is rapidly approaching! Join us to continually pray for Morocco 24/7 throughout the entirety of Ramadan. Click ‘Sign up to Pray’ and join this years’ movement!
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What is Ramadan?
Ramadan is one of the five requirements (pillars) of Islam. During each of its 30 days, Muslims are obligated to fast from dawn until sunset. During this time, they are supposed to abstain from food, drinking liquids, smoking, and sexual relations.
In Morocco, women typically spend the afternoons shopping for and preparing for the night time meals. At sunset, families often gather to break the fast together. Traditionally the families break the fast with a drink of milk, three dried date fruits, and a tomato based soup called “Harira”. Later in the evening more substantial food will be served such as the traditional Moroccan Tagine. People spend their evenings watching special religious Ramadan TV series, praying at the mosque, strolling main gathering points of town or men sit to have a coffee and a cigarette with friends until late into the night.
Many Moroccans become more serious about religion during the month of Ramadan. Many attend the 5 times a day call to prayer and do the other ritual prayers. Many put away sinful habits or even change their outward attire by wearing the traditional religious robes during this month. Some even read the entire Quran (about a tenth the length of the Bible). This time of seeking makes it a strategic time for us to pray for them as they pursue the favor of Allah (God) in hope of receiving his mercy and forgiveness.