Ministers Prayer Network (MPN) started officially on January 18,1995. The International Head Coordinator, Rev Mosy U. Madugba was motivated to start Ministers Prayer Network as a result of his visit with David Yongi Cho and some Board members of Church Growth International in Seoul, South Korea in October 1989. This was reinforced, by another meeting he had with Mr. George Tuck of West Midlands vision in Birmingham, England on June 12,1992 where 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 at a breakfast meeting at the Forte Crest Hotel, Heil street in Birmingham England. The fuller story is contained in our MPN Operational Handbook.
 
 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
 
 1. To provide fora in every city of the world and opportunity for Christians particularly those in leadership positions to meet regularly to effectively pray for the spiritual transformation of their cities, families, churches/ ministries, and themselves as well.
 
 2 To catalyse apostolic and prophetic reformation of the church worldwide so as to
 
 generate and sustain the sign of the kingdom of God on earth.
 
 3. To help restore prayer and the word of God to their rightful places in the body of Christ.
 
 4 To train apostolic and prophetic leaders to recover and take charge of the various
 
 gates in the nations.
 
 5 To provide fora and opportunities to tell ourselves some hard truths in love to save
 
 us from drifting with some observable negative tides within the global church.
 
 UNITS OF MPN AND THEIR SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES The units of MPN are made up of

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