The Pittsburgh Experiment name is a reference to the "30 Day Prayer Experiment." Many individuals are introduced to the ministry through this activity, which revolves around two or more people joining together daily in prayer for 30 days to pray about a circumstance in their personal or professional lives. Through praying, the individuals become more aware of God's presence in their lives. Sometimes those praying witness a resolution to the matter through a change in the circumstances, and sometimes they witness a change in themselves as a result of prayer.
Download a brochure to learn more about how to conduct your own 30-Day Prayer Experiment.