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Cynthia Bezek
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How Can A Prayer Ministry Incorporate Listening Prayer into Times of Intercession for the Body?
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A church prayer leader recently asked me a great question: “Is there a way our prayer ministry can incorporate listening prayer into our times of intercession for the church body?”In her local…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cynthia Bezek Mar 28, 2012.

New Edition of Operation World Released November 9, 2010
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After setbacks, sleepless nights and years of sheer hard work, the 7th edition of Operation World was officially released on November 9, remembrance day of the fall of the Berlin Wall, which many…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Phil Miglioratti Nov 16, 2011.

A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World
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Many of the books written on prayer seem as if they  were written from ivory towers or desert monasteries. They're not bad books by any means--but they talk about prayer in a way that feels very far…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Larry D Russell Jan 10, 2011.

What prayer topics/groups would get "regular folk" praying at your church?
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If you wanted to get a critical mass of folks praying around a single topic, what topic would draw the most interest and participation in your church? Or to put it another way, if you were going to…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Nancy Hull Oct 30, 2010.


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Cynthia Bezek's Blog

On Letting Holy Grass Grow Under My Feet

I’m an action-oriented person. I like to make things happen and get things done.

God knows this about me, of course. But it doesn’t seem to influence Him much in the way He orders my life. For instance, God currently has me in another season of transition.  He’s moving me out of one thing and into another—but the problem is, He hasn’t let me know yet into what! I am eager to know “the next thing.” I’m ready for Him to give me my marching orders. I want to get started already! Time’s a…


Posted on August 15, 2012 at 10:54pm — 3 Comments

So Easy, a Child Could Do It

Actually, my title is misleading. When it comes to prayer, children much more often seem to “get it” better than adults do. When it comes to prayer, we would probably be more accurate to say, “So easy, an adult can do it.” But I’m only a few sentences in and I’m swerving off topic already. Let me get to my point.

This summer my church’s prayer ministry is teaching a series on prayer in children’s church. We’re teaching the kids everything from the basics (prayer equals relationship…


Posted on July 18, 2012 at 9:28pm

Foul Play

The enemy plays unfair. He tempts you with a thought, and then condemns you for having it! I’ve been the target of that cruel strategy far too often—as most of us probably have. We know that God says, “If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!” But somehow it’s seems easier to believe Satan’s accusation, “You are nothing but a sinner. Always have been always will be. You’ll never change, you’ll never overcome your sin. So why bother…


Posted on July 11, 2012 at 11:08pm

Lord, Have Mercy

While fires raged in my beautiful city of Colorado Springs yesterday, I was at my late husband’s mother’s funeral in New York State. In the Orthodox tradition, the 90-minute service included many chanted prayers and Scripture readings. By far the most frequently sung words were, “Lord, have mercy.” They were chanted in hauntingly beautiful tones that resonated in my heart for the rest of the day and into the night.

Late last night I watched in disbelief as Internet media sources…


Posted on June 27, 2012 at 8:05am — 1 Comment

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At 1:05pm on February 28, 2013, Sherry Beeson said…


I trust your thinking and know God guides you, I loved your writings in the Mag.and the blogs

I wondered if you could comment on something?  Our music and the order of service is taking up so much time we don't have much time for prayer, except a prayer from our pastor. Quick and short. The woman who is now doing our music comes from the philosophy of the Purpose Driven Church, which I am aware is not really based Biblical, (no mention of the cross and redemption etc)  I have mentioned to the pastor but no change. I just keep praying God opens eyes. Thank you Sherry

At 12:49pm on March 28, 2012, Ron Leonard said…
Brothers and sisters God will always heal our wounds (Some by decisions we have made), BUT he may leave a scar to remind us how very merciful He is! So rejoice that God has a plan, a purpose, and a future for your life!!
All For Jesus,
US Army Retired
Served Durning The Iraq and Afghan Conflicts
Romans 8:28
Pray for our troops and their familes
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"Lord please heal my wound,BUT leave the scar"
At 6:29pm on February 7, 2012, Sherry Beeson said…

Thank you for referring me back to Tricia's article, really enjoyed reading it.

I found another article called Revelation of God's Glory by Prof Finney, as I was reading about Moses and he his face was shining after being with God. I thought how fun to give everyone at that prayer station a glow in the dark cross to remind them when we spend time with our Lord we shine His Glory into our world...and that we need to keep spending time with Him so we keep glowing :)

At 3:01pm on February 6, 2012, Sherry Beeson said…


In the Pray! March/April 2003 issue you wrote on "God's Glory". I really appreciated the intro and how you described God's Glory......"When He reveals His manifest presence to us, we are so overwhelmed by ..........God........

I wondered if you have come across books or Bible studies or anything else that you thought was good. We are doing what we call a prayer summit, with about 6 stations and our theme is God's Glory. God's glory: in the fruit we bear; in the prayers we pray;in the way we serve, etc.....

Any suggustions?

Thank you,


At 11:43pm on October 9, 2011, Jennifer Weed said…

Hi Cynthia,

 I'm leading a small group that just began your book "Prayer Begins With Relationship", and I wanted to thank you for writing it. We just finished the 2nd week, and we are just completely blown away already at how it is completely changing our relationship with the Lord! It is a very powerful book and God is using it mightily already in our little group. We read in there that you are planning on continuing the series. We certainly hope so, and we can't wait for the next one - even though we haven't finished the first one yet. : )


Thank you for letting God use your journey and for writing this book. God bless you!

At 6:23pm on May 23, 2011, LaVerne Peach said…

Thank you, Cynthia for your kind words and support.  I am excited to begin to explore this website, for I do know without prayer, I don't do well! 

 May God bless you abundantly!


At 12:30pm on April 9, 2011, John Craig Colbert said…

Yes, this coming fall we will celebrate 25 years in international student ministry at the University of Missouri-Columbia. We are now with InterFACE Ministries ( which is based in Atlanta, GA with Bob Culver. I've appreciated your good work with Pray over the years and have benefitted much from the magazine.

We attended the City Lights Urban Project (IVCF) in St. Louis over this Spring Break and met three international students who were sons or daughters of grad students we knew 20 years ago (2 from China, 1 from Mongolia). Their sons and daughters are now seekers looking into the life of Jesus and pursuing Him. It made us feel so old, Shirley remembered holding one of the girl's when she was a baby. Now she's a freshman in college. But it also caused us to rejoice to see the transgenerational impact of our ministry in their lives.


Our website is  Check out the prayer requests page and pray for us if the Lord leads. Praying for you and your ministry as I close.


In Christ,

Craig Colbert

At 12:19am on September 11, 2010, Gary Burns said…
Hi Cynthia. We've had positive responses to your article. I think a request is coming through for a speaking appointment. PLT.
could you join me in praying for a young adult who just got slammed three times in a row. He was well on his journey of new beginnings with the Lord and his new faith is being shaken.
At 1:55pm on May 29, 2010, Andrew R. Wheeler said…
Thanks, Cynthia! I'm glad to have found this also. Looking forward to reading, learning, and meeting people!
At 12:18am on May 16, 2010, Eddie Smith said…
Thank you, Sis. I value your friendship and role in God's prayer movement!

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