Minister’s Prayer Network is a global Apostolic and Prophetic Network of Christians in Church, political, economic, academic and social leadership positions in over seventy countries around the world. Minister’s Prayer Network began with a prayer.
The prayer of who? You wonder
Rev. Dr. Mosy U. Madugba, a Professor of Missions and Biblical Theology and a global advocate of the 5th Great Awakening – a prolonged unprecedented season of heaven-sent Revival.
The current International Head Coordinator of Ministers Prayer Network. He is the founder and International Director of Spiritual Life Outreach, Inc. an international indigenous evangelistic and missionary organization.
He is married to Dr. Mrs. Chinyere Gloria Madugba, the Executive Vice-President of Spiritual Life Outreach, Inc., a multinational, evangelistic and missionary ministry, as well as the International Coordinator of MPN Apostolic Women, and they have three children. They all live in the City of Port Harcourt, Rivers State in southern part of Nigeria.
The birth of Minister’s Prayer Network:
After a visit in October 1989 with David Yongi Cho of Church Growth International in Seoul, South Korea, Reverend Mosy U. Madugba began to pray about launching MPN. His prayer was reinforced upon meeting Mr. George Tuck of West Midlands Vision in Birmingham, England on June 12, 1992. It was there he listened to the amazing transformation story of the city of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA through the power of corporate prayers as was narrated by Raid carpenter.
Upon hearing this story, Rev. Madugba knew it was time to begin taking the steps towards beginning MPN. Minster’s Prayer Network officially launched on January 18, 1995.
Minster’s Prayer Network’s aim is to restore prayer and the word of God to their rightful places in the body of Christ by training apostolic and prophetic leaders, elders, women, men, and youth, to recover and take charge of the various gates in the nations.
Minster’s Prayer Network’s mission is to provide meeting places in every city of the world as an opportunity for Christians, both laymen and leaders alike, to regularly meet to fervently pray for the spiritual transformation of their cities, families, churches, and ministries.
The Minister’s Prayer Network International Convention center (Gilgal) is located along Aba/Port Harcourt Expressway, Obuzor-Asa, Abia State.