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The Prayer Engine: Now for WordPress!

MediaBLEEP labs released The Prayer Engine just over a year ago, and it’s been amazing to see how God has used the tool at hundreds of ministries across the globe; I receive emails every week from folks with incredible stories of answered prayer and reinvigorated prayer ministries. It’s so cool to be a small part of those stories.

We get a lot of suggestions and requests to add custom features to The Prayer Engine, but none more so than creating a simple way to use it with a WordPress site; today, I’m happy to announce that I’ve rebuilt The Prayer Engine from the ground up as a lean, mean WordPress Plugin. Check out the demo after the break!

Instead of the normal install process, WordPress users can now simply upload the plugin files, click “activate,” and have a Prayer Engine prayer wall up on their self-hosted WordPress site in a matter of seconds. Even better, the prayer wall fits right in with any WordPress theme, and the colors can be easily adjusted through a new color picker screen in WordPress’s Settings panel. No coding or CSS knowledge is required!

As always, The Prayer Engine is available as an instant download for a one-time fee of $99 (for one or many prayer walls on one website and free updates for life!). If you’re an existing Prayer Engine user and would like to replace your existing prayer wall with the new WordPress plugin version, simply email support@theprayerengine.com with your purchase receipt and we’ll send the files your way.

Have stories of how God has been working through your prayer ministry? Let us know in the comments below!

* The Prayer Engine WordPress Plugin requires WordPress 2.8+ and a self-hosted WordPress site. It does not currently include the mobile web app due to limitations with WordPress. The instant download includes both the standalone code and the new plugin.

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  1. Andy M (Reply) on November 7th, 2011

    Awesome! I love this application and cannot wait to use it as a plugin!

  2. matt adams (Reply) on November 7th, 2011

    Very cool. So much cooler than using the old iframe method. Good work guys and good call on making this a WP plugin.

  3. Eric Murrell (Reply) on November 7th, 2011

    Thanks guys. After seeing a good number of my users wanting to install it with their WordPress sites, I decided a plugin was in order. In fact, WordPress will likely be my lead development platform for The Prayer Engine going forward. It’s pretty killer within the context of WordPress.

  4. Andre' Barnes (Reply) on November 8th, 2011

    This is awesome! Great job Eric.

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