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Good post, Doug!
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How do you lead a prayer meeting?
Your church-wide prayer meeting is a public commitment, a congregational appeal – “We must be a house of prayer for the nations.” It's ideal to host a weekly prayer gathering. Less than monthly, and you are not taking prayer seriously. If you simply start a prayer meeting on the ideological ruins of old prayer paradigms, you may fail. Think about your prayer gatherings on a broad continuum. Consider the ‘content’ of your gatherings, the style of leadership you will provide, and the degree to which and how the people will participate. Here is a simple outline for a prayer meeting with scriptural references:
To simplify, watch the movement:
So how do you lead a prayer meeting? Focus on God. Wait. When His Presence comes, leaders create a holy space and time for Him.
This is an excerpt from the Praying Church Made Simple, a new resource for congregational prayer ministries. The purpose ofThe Praying Church Made Simple is to establish clear beginning points for revitalizing the congregational prayer effort; and to set forth a simple approach to prayer mobilization for the smaller congregation.
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