Sisterhood Fight Club | Colour

As a Sisterhood we are believing to gather, equip and mobilise you to join us over the next seven weeks as we pray the Word of God over our world and those hurting, isolated or displaced within it.

Let’s lead the charge in to Colour Twenty-18, letting prayer do the heavy lifting as we turn our attention yet again to a world that is broken on so many levels. Let our churches and homes be known as “a house of prayer for all nations and peoples” just as Isaiah prophesied.

Sisterhood Fight Club

This “prayer map” launched our SISTERHOOD FIGHT CLUB, which is essentially a way for the global sisterhood to combine our strength and focus around prayer and projects. You are of course free to pray however you are led, but as a collective force imagine if we focused on praying for each region of the world. I am confident that unusual miracles will take place as we commit to praying with one heart and one spirit at #MIDDAYBABYMIDDAY.

There are 500 Projects linked to each region so we can be both practical and spiritual in our response to the needs of the region. We do what we are able to do with our hands, and we petition God for the things we are unable to change ourselves!

“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms”. Ephesians 6:12 (NIV)

So please join us. Position “the Map” somewhere significant in your home or workplace as a gentle and poignant reminder. It may well inspire others to join in and be part of a miracle story.

Thank you for always stretching and making room in your life for others, for standing in the gap and believing with us that we can make the world a better place!

We love you,
Bobbie (and the Colour Sisterhood team)

"I believe that the weapon the church of Jesus Christ must bring to this current global table of unrest and crisis is prayer. It’s a weapon that many outside of faith may never truly understand nor ever appreciate – but regardless of whether they do or don’t prayer is what engages the spiritual realm that is so often at the core and cause of today’s problems."

Bobbie Houston (excerpt Chapter Twenty-one – The Sisterhood)