Pray Georgia

"Contending As One"

Lynn Alderson

Apostolic State Prayer General

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Lynn is the Co-Founder, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of Kingdom Authority Ministries, Inc., the lead ministry for Pray Georgia.  She is an ordained Minister and a commissioned Apostle.  

Lynn and her husband, Ed, serve as the US HAPN (Heartland Apostolic Prayer Network) Directors providing leadership and oversight to the National Network under the leadership of Dr. John Benefiel.  In addition, Lynn and Ed serve as the North American Continent Leaders for GPEC (Global Prayer Empowerment Center) under the leadership of Apostle Robert Henderson. Lynn also serves as the Georgia State Prayer General for both HAPN and RPN (Reformation Prayer Network), as well as the RPN Southeast Regional Leader providing leadership and oversight for four states (GA, FL, NC and SC.)  She also serves as an Apostolic Coordinator for SPAN (Strategic Prayer Apostolic Network)


Lynn is married to Ed Alderson, who serves alongside her in ministry and brings a valuable gifting as a seer prophet. They reside in Columbus, Georgia and have four children and nine grandchildren.  Lynn and Ed are apostolically aligned with Global Spheres Inc., led by Dr. Chuck Pierce and Global Prayer Empowerment Center, led by Apostle Robert Henderson.

Pray Georgia has an Apostolic Council comprised of 12 Regional Ambassadors throughout the State.  Additionally, we have established an Advisory Task Force, made up of Kingdom men and women that act as a liaison between Pray Georgia and specific assigned areas of focus thereby providing a deeper level of knowledge and multidisciplinary expertise in accomplishing the vision of the Pray Georgia Prayer Network.  These advisors provide insight, advice and council on trends, economic forces and cultural shifts that may affect the spiritual climate of our state and ultimately our nation.  They also provide knowledge and expertise in specific sphere(s) of influence, especially as it pertains to recommendations for special ops and mobilization of network for specific assignments.