Impacting Cities & Communities thru Prayer
A Community of Prayer Champions, Praying Churches, Prayed-for Communities
What are the barriers to our fulfillment of the Great Commission?
Added by P. Douglas Small on March 24, 2017 at 12:17pm — No Comments
Let’s have some fun today. What locations could we pray more? Where are some places that would have a big impact on our life? How much do you pray in each of these locations?
Two points for the shower. First the bookends of our days, getting ready for the day or bed, are great times for more prayer. As we prepare our…Continue
Added by Kevin Senapatiratne on March 21, 2017 at 11:28am — No Comments
I have a passion to intentionally praying for my grandchildren, great-grandchildren and their parents. I feel God wants me to share my passion with other grandparents, which encouraged me to write the book, Grandparenting with a Purpose: Effective Ways to Pray for your Grandchildren. The book…Continue
Added by Lillian A. Penner on March 17, 2017 at 4:33pm — No Comments
“Might we not set ourselves to learn silence, stillness, and solitude? It will not be easy to come by. It must be arranged. The Lord Jesus, available to people much of the time, left them, sometimes a great while before day, to go up to the hills. He could commune in solitude with His Father. Job, enduring his friends’ tiresome lectures and accusations, was very much alone in the ash heap, but it was there that he came to know God as never before. When Paul received God’s…
Added by Debbie Przybylski on March 10, 2017 at 5:02pm — No Comments
Added by Lillian A. Penner on March 9, 2017 at 1:26pm — No Comments
In a culture where the individual is everything, a congregational prayer meeting is perceived simply, as a lot of individuals in the same room praying. Sadly, we are blind to the critical importance of corporate prayer. We fail to see the difference between the individual’s right and privilege of prayer, not to diminish its value or power, and corporate prayer, from the office of the church.
Eugene Peterson lamented,
The single most widespread American misunderstanding…Continue