What is ENOUGH?

History and the bible tell us that moves of God always begin with prayer and ENOUGH is our humble attempt to apply this lesson.

ENOUGH inspires and resources local churches and individuals to increase their desire for God through corporate prayer. ENOUGH mixes prayer with a vibrant vision of what God is doing in order to see lives and situations transformed and a broken world healed.


Why is it called ENOUGH?

There is an urgent need for us to put a stake in the ground and say, That’s it! We've had ENOUGH of the poverty, the dysfunction and the pain in our broken world.

But, we also need to realise and grasp that God is ENOUGH, that he is sufficient and we do not need to go further than him to bring order and restoration to our broken world.



What has God said?


A new 'Concert of Prayer'

We feel God calling us to a new 'Concert of Prayer' across the nations. Thousands and thousands of us praying, at the same time for the same things.

The prayers of many

Enough is inspired by the verses in 2 Corinthians 1:11 - "You also must help us by prayer, so that many will give thanks on our behalf for the blessing granted us through the prayers of many."

ENOUGH follows the model used by Jonathan Edwards in the 18th Century, we have a vision for seeing tens of thousands of people praying in unity for the same things at the same time. We would love you to join us.


Extra-Ordinary Prayer

It is something 'extra'

ENOUGH events are half nights of prayer that are extra to the usual programme of prayer in the church. Above and beyond the regular rhythm of meetings.

Visible Union

The prayers of many

In 2 Corinthians 1:11 Paul refers directly to the blessing granted through the prayers of many. So we aim for as many people praying at the same time as possible.

Explicit Agreement

Same Agenda

Everyone covers the same broad agenda over the evening. During the ENOUGH live section we all pray for one topic at exactly the same time.

"When God is about to do a mighty new thing He always sets His people praying."

Jonathan Edwards




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