Welcome to CAA PrayerLink!

Pastors, please join with us as we link together churches in prayer,
Let us unite in prayer for a God-honoring revival within our churches, hometowns, nations, and world. “An Acts 1:8 Prayer Challenge

Commit your church to be called a “House of Prayer” by hosting a weekly Acts 1:8 Prayer Challenge prayer meeting.  Meetings are organized to allow for prayer without ceasing to make a difference in the lives of People, Churches, Hometowns, States, our America, and our World.
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QUESTION:
Is your ch
urch called, and known by its members, as a “House of Prayer”?
….. Jesus said – It should be!

If not, let us help! – It’s FREE We’ll explain why it should be and provide you with everything you need to organize your church’s prayer ministry. A six-page manual to help you understand, organizing, and structure a PrayerMinistry at your church. Plus, we also give your church a web-based prayer request and praise report posting program with email notifications and much more, FREE.

Listen to a one-minute Welcome Message
by Mike Turner, President of CAA Software

Our Mission: “Linking Churches and Prayer Warriors together in Prayer”.

We at CAA believe that establishing an organized and structured prayer ministry within the church should be the first and most important ministry within the church’s organizational structure. It should be understood that the prayer ministry is the most important ministry of the church. Why do we come to this conclusion? Because it is Biblical and Jesus said “My house shall be called a house of prayer” Three times in the New Testament(Matt 21: 13, Mark 11: 17, Luke 19: 46)Jesus refers to “My house shall be called a house of prayer” that was first written in the Old Testament in the book of Isaiah. (Isa 56: 7) -Then we find in Acts 6:4 “But we will devote ourselves to prayer and to the ministry of the word.”

Prayer is foundational to being spiritually prepared to carry out the ministry of the Church!

Find How CAA PrayerLink Can Help Your Church!

Nothing is needed more in the lives of Christians and our Churches, than a commitment to Prayer! 
– Mike Turner