The “Call for Fire” seminar improves one’s prayer life by studying prayers recorded in the Bible. While preaching at a church in Maryland in the 1980’s, I examined the prayers in the Bible.I noticed numerous prayers by men and women of faith in both Old and New Testaments, prayers that reflect not only the situation encountered by the speaker (or writer) of the prayer, but also his or her faith and the history of their faith community. “Call for Fire” resulted from that study, the title derived from prayer’s place in the Christian’s armor in Ephesians 6: 10-18, my military experience, and Elijah’s prayer that is recorded in 1 Kings 18. Because prayer is the only component of the believer’s armor that does not have an apparent military metaphor in that passage, I searched for one that would explain how prayer forms a vital part of Christian armament for spiritual warfare. A military “Call for Fire” often includes a warning order, target location, target description, method of engagement, method of fire, instruction as to timing of fire, and the command to fire. Our prayers also do. “Call for Fire” has been presented in Georgia, Maryland, and Tennessee in the United States and also in Afghanistan to American and Coalition military and civilian personnel. I retain copyright privileges for original material presented on these pages, except for posts by a guest blogger.