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How Did We Get Here?

In 2019, a small group of people felt Jesus calling them to prayer walk through every St. Louis City neighborhood to scout the land like Joshua and Caleb. Out of that 10 month journey, Pray For The Lou was birthed leading to Pray For The Lou Day on March 14, 2020. On that day, hundreds filled every city neighborhood with prayer walking at the exact same time and united on the Delmar Divide to worship Jesus as the church of St. Louis. In 2021, Pray For The Lou Day turned into Pray For The Lou Week as multiple regional prayer rallies were held during the week with 70 churches prayer walking their neighborhoods at the exact same time. In 2022, Pray For The Lou Week turned into Pray For The Lou Month as we had regional prayer rallies, prayer walking, and 21 Days of Prayer with our tears for St. Louis devotional.


Our heart has always been to see a praying church raised up, not just a prayer movement, and raise up a people who will pray and go with the Gospel. Over the last several years, we and others have been laying the foundation for the Gospel to go forth across our city in a strategic and saturated way. See below how it will happen and how you are needed to see the harvest come during Nothing Impossible Week.

THE Vision

The vision is that believers and the church of St. Louis and beyond would believe the words of Jesus in Mark 10:27, "Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.”


The vision is that together we would live out the great commission.

Why Nothing Impossible Week?


"Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Matthew 28:18-20

The vision is to see the Nothing Impossible God empower a Nothing Impossible people to be the Nothing Impossible Church and proclaim the Nothing Impossible Gospel to a Nothing Impossible City.

THE Harvest

It will take more than a week for the Great Commission to be fulfilled, but Nothing Impossible Week will be a catalyst in turning hearts to Jesus with eyes on the harvest. We are excited to fill St. Louis with worship celebration, prayer saturation, Gospel proclamation, and church participation to show St. Louis and beyond that Nothing Is Impossible for God! 



Monday (June 5)

Opening night of worship and prayer at the tent from 6:30-8:30pm!

Tent Location For The Week

Fairground Park In North City

4061 N Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63107

Above address is for the skating rink. The tent will be setup in the field behind the skating rink with parking available on Fairground Park Drive. 

tuesday - Friday (June 6 - 9)

morning - 10:00am-noon

Training at the tent through prayer, worship and teaching to prepare prayer walking and evangelism teams to be sent out simultaneously in the afternoon in 79 neighborhoods. Assignments for prayer walking locations will be provided during the morning sessions.

Afternoon - 1:30-3:30PM

Prayer walking and evangelism teams out ministering in 79 neighborhoods through the local church.

Evening - 6:30-8:30PM

Worship celebration and gospel proclamation at the tent to see the lost come to know Jesus.

Saturday (June 10)

pRAYER wALKING - 8:00-10:00AM

Join us for our weekly Pray For The Lou prayer walk starting at Fairground Park tent.

Multiple outreach locations - Locations & Times TBD

Local host churches will have outreaches in their neighborhood which could include giving away food and clothing and sharing the gospel in word and deed. 

Fairground Park Outreach - 4:00-6:30PM

We will be serving the community at Fairground Park by offering a diaper drive, free laundry services, pop-up prayer tents, free food, children's activities, and more.

Night of Power - 6:30-8:30PM

Join us for the final worship celebration and gospel proclamation at the tent to see the lost come to know Jesus. Invite your entire church, friends and neighbors to come out for a Night of Power as we celebrate what God has done throughout the week with food, worship, a display of strength, and testimonies at the tent in Fairground Park.

Sunday (June 11)

Nothing Impossible Sunday Celebrations

The week will end with Nothing Impossible Sunday as we celebrate what God has done throughout the week. We are encouraging everyone who has participated during the week to worship at the local church they have been serving with. 

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