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10 Days Boston
September 28, 2020 from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 12:00 pm, repeating until September 28, 2020
10 DAYS IS A MOVEMENT OF PRAYER, FASTING, AND REPENTANCE IN UNITY BASED ON THE 10 “DAYS OF AWE”. SINCE 2004, WE’VE GROWN FROM BEING “JUST AN IDEA” TO HAVING 120 CITIES AROUND THE GLOBE IN 2019 AS PART OF THIS GLOBAL PRAYER MOVEMENT.
Our long-term vision is to see whole cities stop for 10 entire days to repent and recognize the worth of Jesus Christ in preparation for the Lord’s return, but we believe this begins with believers setting themselves apart for prayer and fasting in a spirit of John 17 unity (the Upper Room). In its fullness, 10 Days is “The Upper Room” (Acts 1-2) meets “Ninevah” (Jonah 4).
Visit 10days.net for more info about this movement.
Our approach this year in Boston is two-fold.
1. Consecrate Ourselves (Consecration Challenge from 10 Days)
-10 Days of fasting food at some level (Daniel, Juice, Water, or just eating one meal/day)
-Taking time off from work for the purpose of prayer
-#10daysoff from Social Media and Entertainment
-10 Days devoted to prayer, worship, and repentance with their families and other believers
2. Ban- Consecrate Assemblies
-Daily times of prayer, repentance, and worship at the Boston Common Gazebo (12-5PM)
-A call to the body of Christ in Boston to gather together in light of the medical and social issues facing our city and country with the Biblical prescription given to us in a 2 Chronicles 7:14 and Joel 2:15-17
-Please visit our web page for more details or to get involved! All are welcome to join us for the prayer times
We want to speak a word of hope for our future in regards to racial reconciliation, the end of the COVID19 health crisis, systemic injustice, and the multiplication of the gospel (and other issues relevant to the locations that will host).
We want to help the church to “get outside the building” and unite together in prayer for their neighborhoods and in the worship of Jesus.
We believe God’s hand was at work when Governor Baker encouraged the body of Christ in the start of phase 1 to meet outdoors. God moved powerfully in the book of Acts in outdoor gatherings, and we believe He wants to do so right here in Boston. We are convinced that repentance and prayer is a required response to crisis.