Prayer Feed offers a simple and intuitive way to create and share prayer requests and receive requests from others. It also provides a centralized, organized, easy-to-access location for these requests, like a virtual prayer wall. Share your prayer requests privately (with only those people you choose), view all prayer requests quickly in a feed, and touch the hands when you pray to show that someone is praying! THE FEATURES • See all prayer requests in a single feed • Touch the hands on a prayer request when you pray to increase the counter which everyone can see • Filter prayer requests based on new today, urgent, bookmarked, private, answered, and more... • When your prayer request is answered, swipe right to mark it answered--those praying will get the notification! • Mark a request as urgent if you need prayers immediately • Set an expiration date for the requests that have a deadline • Set reminders for time specific requests (i.e. surgery, job interview, etc) • Create groups of prayer partners to make sharing quick and simple • Unlike Group Texts, there is NO LIMIT to the number of people with whom you can share at one time! *All communication is securely handled via SSL and 2048-bit encryption* *All Prayer Requests are encrypted on the server so that no one can read them* THE STORY Have you ever thought about how you fill those spare moments of your time? For some, maybe it's catching the latest news headline. For others, perhaps it's skimming Facebook for updates. Still others, maybe it's seeing what's trending on Twitter. As for me? I was always looking for that next game to play--one where I could spend 30 seconds to 2 minutes on it, put it down, then pick back up again later. You know, standing in line at the grocery store, riding in an elevator, waiting to pick my daughter up from school. There are so many brief moments in my day that could be spent in a more impactful way. What about your prayer journal? Ever wish you had that with you, so you could remember all of the people you said you'd be praying for? Wish you had a prayer journal at all? Or maybe you get an email from your church group with prayer requests. If you're like me, that email quickly gets buried by a mass of other email by Tuesday. It's really difficult to find it quickly, and by the time I do, I'm usually out of time. All of these questions and lackluster answers are the heart behind Prayer Feed. I wanted to fill my spare moments with something meaningful, something that would make a difference in His Kingdom. At the same time, I wanted to improve my prayer life (as a father, husband, and member of society in general, I need to be praying...all the time). THE CALL In 1 Thessalonians 5:17, we are instructed to "pray continuously." Will you join us in making prayer a bigger part of your life using Prayer Feed to make it easier than ever?