A digital bridge to connect communities through prayer.
Many Christian groups try to launch prayer initiatives that don't succeed. While both prayer and technology are avenues by which communities are connected, there is still no real viable solution for organizing prayer endeavors.
Prayer-Ground is a digital app, aimed to help communities reduce the load of managing the content of prayer endeavors so that the focus of attention can be on the people in the community.
Prayer-Ground is structured as a Software as a Service, Content Management System. Our structure has two primary focuses: prayer as a conversation, and connecting communities.
Investment of funds would be used towards the maintenance and development of the app, marketing, and expansion. Eventually, we would like to be able to turn the app into a progressive web application (PWA).
Anna Molnar ’20 (Christian Ministries, Biblical Studies, & Business Administration)
Sarah Waugh ’20 (Mathematics & Secondary Education)
Jennifer Telta ’21 (Computer Science)
Jess Guan ’20 (Mathematics & Computer Science)
This idea was born out of our friendship being theocentric, or Christ-centered. From there, we wanted to take our communal relationship and make our endeavor be community-oriented. This meant that we had to have an outward-reaching projection and mindset. Because once this is pulled together, as we reach out, more and more people connect. They connect by praying together, which then creates an engaged connected community.