In 1999, pastors from around Kentucky were meeting together for prayer on a regular basis. The burden was placed on our hearts to form a state-wide Prayer Focus to unite churches, pastors and leaders from around the state and encourage one another in prayer and fellowship. Thus the Kentucky Prayer Focus was birthed.
Different churches host a prayer time for two hours. Sometimes there have been meals, many times nothing but the effectual, earnest prayers to our Heavenly Father. Also concentrating a time of prayer and fasting the beginning of each year with a corporate worship time at the end.
To see a great visitation of the Lord’s presence to the Body of Christ for God’s purposes to be fulfilled.
Matthew 6:10, “The Kingdom come, Thy Will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.”
By coming together as spiritual leaders with the purpose for unity in our hearts through prayer, warfare, worship and fellowship.
John 17:11, 20-23 and Ezekiel 37:1-10
Once a month prayer gatherings that rotate around the state. Special events to enhance and advance your ministry. To find out more contact us below.
Mark Harrell is the senior pastor of Victory Christian Fellowship. Pastor Mark has been at Victory since it was founded in 1990. After graduating from high school, Mark attended Louisiana State University, majoring in architecture. Accepting his call to the ministry, Mark transferred to Christ for the Nations, in Dallas, Texas, where he completed the Biblical Studies Curriculum. From CFNI, Mark, now married to Jeanette, accepted an associate pastorate at Bethany World Prayer Center, a 6,000 member church in Baker, Louisiana. After seven years at Bethany, the Harrells began to feel the call to plant a church. As they prayed, it became clear that Somerset, Kentucky, was the place they were called to serve.
Desiring to strengthen and unite Kentucky’s spiritual leaders, Pastor Mark established the “Kentucky Pastor’s Prayer Focus” in 2000. Through the prayer focus, Kentucky pastors come together through prayer, worship and fellowship.
Mark, Jeanette and their sons consider it a an honor to serve in the ministry at Victory.