"The book, "The Prayer-Saturated Church" by Cheryl Sachs is an absolutely excellent resource for prayer leaders, and contains information on how to craft such a document and what it might contain. Highly recommended! And the…"
The course is and in-depth study designed to help us to come together when praying with others. It examines scriptures, and issues in learning to pray and when one is involved when praying with others. See More
"We have an email prayer chain that was originally done by phone, but we discovered fewer and fewer folks were home during the day and that's when we switched to email. Folks can submit prayer requests to the email prayer team via email (the…"
"Karen, I just stumbled upon this today. I especially enjoyed the last five lines, where you show the progression and relationship of the different elements in seeking God for your community. Thanks for sharing this!"
"Jennifer, I am leading a group at our church through your study, "Live a Praying Life," right now. I have done so several times before as well. Each time, hearts are opened and lived are touched in so many ways. It is about prayer, yes,…"
"I love this question!!! Great input, I am looking for fresh ideas in this area and am excited to check back for more.
The one topic I would add is noteworthy items everyone is aware of and talking about anyways, such as the Haiti earthquake when it…"
Thanks Paula, for sharing with me, I am so happy to be a part of this team. Paula you were instumental in bringing prayer into the forefront in my life. Thank you for allowing God to prompt you. You are a true blessing! I look forward to many years of growing and maturing with you. Migraine today...so, with a dark room, sunglasses and my computer, working on my 24/7 prayer station....even when you don't feel so good, one can still be productive, whe you are doing it with the right heart!!!
Looking forward to sharing Jesus with you. I see you have posted much. I am such a newbee with this format and feel intimidated, but so be it! Glad we're having a "cup o' tea" together and lifting up one another. May Jesus bless your ministry.