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I AM, (poetic reflections through The Gospel of John)

Started May 7, 2015 0 Replies

You can see a book Trailer on my website, http://daveswatch.com/booksYou can also connect to the book on Amazon.com on my website.Continue

Tags: John, insights, poems, of, Gospel

I AM, (poetic reflections through The Gospel of John)

Started May 7, 2015 0 Replies

David Young’s poems on the Gospel of John are a delight to read. This is not simply rhyme and meter, cadence and verse going on here. With a pastor’s heart and insights, David offers up theological…Continue

Tags: John, Poems, insights, of, Gospel

PRAYING FOR HOLLYWOOD

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lewis Turner Aug 11, 2014. 3 Replies

I have begun praying for a few actors and producers. This prayer list is titled, ACTORS, PRODUCERS AND SCREEN WRITERS. But at this point the only writers I have on my short list are also producers. I…Continue

Tags: writers., screen, and, Producers, Actors

 

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A PRAYER CORNER

Does your church have a prayer corner in the worship center? I Know a church that designates a back corner of their worship center as a place of special prayer. In every service they invite people to slip back at any time to pray. Members of a prayer team are there to pray with anyone who wishes.They accomplish a number of important things with this. First, this helps to create an atmosphere of prayer in a church. Some might say, “We already have that. We pray throughout our services.” That is…See More
Nov 7
David Young's blog post was featured

A PRAYER CORNER

Does your church have a prayer corner in the worship center? I Know a church that designates a back corner of their worship center as a place of special prayer. In every service they invite people to slip back at any time to pray. Members of a prayer team are there to pray with anyone who wishes.They accomplish a number of important things with this. First, this helps to create an atmosphere of prayer in a church. Some might say, “We already have that. We pray throughout our services.” That is…See More
Nov 7
David Young commented on David Young's blog post ARE YOU LISTENING
"Thank you, Malva."
Oct 31
Malva Birch commented on David Young's blog post ARE YOU LISTENING
"Hi David, thank you for this. I agree with you, there is nothing like God's Word. Beth Moore's Scripture Memorizing is something I always look forward to very much. It is lifechanging. Recently thousands of women went to DC to pray…"
Oct 31
David Young posted a blog post

ARE YOU LISTENING

Like love, meaningful prayer is initiated by God. Romans 8:26 admits that we don't know what to pray for as we ought. I certainly do not object to praying for what you want. But faith in God at least leads to the realization that what God wants for me is better, more fulfilling, and more satisfying than what I want.So how do we listen in prayer? There is of course an attitude of listening in prayer that humbly comes to God expecting him to impress something on you. And I have occasionally…See More
Oct 30
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"The Kindle edition of In The Wilderness series is free this weekend. It is already being offered today. goo.gl/3SKp24"
Oct 25
Andrew R. Wheeler commented on David Young's blog post WELCOMING PRAYER
"David, what a great idea!  I'm going to pass this on."
Oct 19
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Oct 16
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WELCOMING PRAYER

I have seen some interesting things in churches over the years. I knew a church where no one spoke to visitors or anyone else in the service. They had a young pastor who wouldn't put up with that. He challenged them, encouraged them, and scolded them. And sure enough, they began to speak to one another and gregariously welcome guests. But when you watched this congregation a while you realized that no one felt welcomed in there fellowship. Why do you think that was?I knew another church where…See More
Oct 16
David Young's blog post was featured

WELCOMING PRAYER

I have seen some interesting things in churches over the years. I knew a church where no one spoke to visitors or anyone else in the service. They had a young pastor who wouldn't put up with that. He challenged them, encouraged them, and scolded them. And sure enough, they began to speak to one another and gregariously welcome guests. But when you watched this congregation a while you realized that no one felt welcomed in there fellowship. Why do you think that was?I knew another church where…See More
Oct 16
David Young posted a status
"The Kindle edition of Tim Keller's book, PRAYER, is selling for $1.99, or at least it was today. I don't know how long that will last."
Oct 11
Andrew R. Wheeler commented on David Young's blog post A CRUCIAL KEY TO UNITY IN PRAYER
"Very helpful words, David!  What so often escapes us seems like it should be obvious.  If my prayers are focused on my needs, your prayers are focused on your needs, his prayers are focused on his needs, and her prayers are focused on her…"
Oct 7
David Young commented on David Young's blog post A CRUCIAL KEY TO UNITY IN PRAYER
"Amen, Malva. Glory!!"
Oct 4
Malva Birch commented on David Young's blog post A CRUCIAL KEY TO UNITY IN PRAYER
"It is all about Him, not about us...."
Oct 4
David Young posted a blog post

A CRUCIAL KEY TO UNITY IN PRAYER

Last week I wrote about uniting in a tapestry of prayer focusing on the prayer meeting in Acts 4. Among the treasurer's that can be easily mined from that prayer meeting are some wonderful keys to unity in prayer. One of the most important is praise.When Believers come together in prayer there is, or ought to be, a humility that welds our hearts together. We are broken, heartbroken, and forgiven. And that is certainly an underlying factor in the book of Acts and the whole Bible. However there…See More
Oct 3
David Young's blog post was featured

A CRUCIAL KEY TO UNITY IN PRAYER

Last week I wrote about uniting in a tapestry of prayer focusing on the prayer meeting in Acts 4. Among the treasurer's that can be easily mined from that prayer meeting are some wonderful keys to unity in prayer. One of the most important is praise.When Believers come together in prayer there is, or ought to be, a humility that welds our hearts together. We are broken, heartbroken, and forgiven. And that is certainly an underlying factor in the book of Acts and the whole Bible. However there…See More
Oct 3

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To help us network with each other better, what is your prayer role(s)?
Passionate about prayer (no specific role), Intercessor, Prayer Team Member, Church Pastor
To help you connect with others who have similar interests, what are the primary things you pray about?
Missions, My Local Church, Revival, The Church, Unreached Peoples
Also, what types of prayer do you engage in most regularly?
Congregational Prayer, Prayerwalking (local), Prayer Journaling, Prayer Journeys (to other locations & nations), Private Intercession
What Scripture on prayer inspires you the most?
Acts 13:41
This is what the Lord has commanded us. I have made you to be a light for the gentiles that you might bring salvation to the ends of the earth.
I have 6 life verses that I pray over each day. They culminate with Acts 6:4, But we will devote ourselves to prayer and the ministry of the word.
What book or resource has impacted your prayer life the most?
Experiencing God

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A PRAYER CORNER

Posted on November 7, 2017 at 9:52am 0 Comments

Does your church have a prayer corner in the worship center? I Know a church that designates a back corner of their worship center as a place of special prayer. In every service they invite people to slip back at any time to pray. Members of a prayer team are there to pray with anyone who wishes.

They accomplish a number of important things with this. First, this helps to create an atmosphere of prayer in a church. Some might say, “We already…

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ARE YOU LISTENING

Posted on October 30, 2017 at 5:59pm 2 Comments

Like love, meaningful prayer is initiated by God. Romans 8:26 admits that we don't know what to pray for as we ought. I certainly do not object to praying for what you want. But faith in God at least leads to the realization that what God wants for me is better, more fulfilling, and more satisfying than what I want.

So how do we listen in prayer? There is of course an attitude of listening in prayer that humbly comes to God expecting him to…

Continue

WELCOMING PRAYER

Posted on October 15, 2017 at 11:11pm 1 Comment

I have seen some interesting things in churches over the years. I knew a church where no one spoke to visitors or anyone else in the service. They had a young pastor who wouldn't put up with that. He challenged them, encouraged them, and scolded them. And sure enough, they began to speak to one another and gregariously welcome guests. But when you watched this congregation a while you realized that no one felt welcomed in there fellowship. Why do you think that…

Continue

A CRUCIAL KEY TO UNITY IN PRAYER

Posted on October 3, 2017 at 12:34pm 3 Comments

Last week I wrote about uniting in a tapestry of prayer focusing on the prayer meeting in Acts 4. Among the treasurer's that can be easily mined from that prayer meeting are some wonderful keys to unity in prayer. One of the most important is praise.

When Believers come together in prayer there is, or ought to be, a humility that welds our hearts together. We are broken,…

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At 6:55pm on September 20, 2016, Andrew R. Wheeler said…

David, apologies for taking so long to get back to you - my recent out-of-state move has pretty much dominated my time and I'm only now getting back to being on PN consistently.  I appreciate what you shared and the heart of integrity behind it.  You are a great example to me! 

I would also say that praying for the SC justices by name and simply leaving in God's hands how he wants to work in their lives and through their rulings is a very valid way to pray.  The strength of our prayers is not in the words, but in the One to whom we pray - not that you need to hear that from me!!

At 8:58am on August 8, 2014, Chuck Huckaby said…

Hanvn't seen that one. Have to check it out. 

At 8:57pm on August 7, 2014, Chuck Huckaby said…

If I find something interesting David, I'll let you know.

At 1:10am on September 17, 2010, Stephen M. Hall said…
David. Very good to hear from you. It is a joy to be your friend. God's best to you and your family. Steve
 
 
 

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