Impacting Cities & Communities thru Prayer
A Community of Prayer Champions, Praying Churches, Prayed-for Communities
I would guess that most of our churches have a formal or informal group of people who minister to others after or during the service(s). And we all know that these people are truly pastors in some sense of the word as they love on and care for people through the power of prayer. Thank God for people who love prayer ministry.
However, some well-meaning folks need a little coaching particularly in what…Continue
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Whether you make New Years resolutions or not, I hope you'll benefit from this article.
10 Tips For Your Resolutions
Can you believe it? It's almost 2013! What in the world happened to…Continue
A close look at meanings of the letters of Immanuel utilizing both the Hebrew Alphabet and the Alphabet used in Abraham's time, shows that the name Immanuel, which is often interpreted "God with us" has a…Continue
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I’ve watched the influence of the church ebb and flow for the past 30 years, and I have to confess that in most cases, the message and energy behind a movement was much more impressive than the fruit it created. Maybe my expectations are high, but based on the time, money, energy, promotion and presentations strategy that’s flowed into the public arena in the name of…
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13 December 2012
Author - Jonathan Graf
In a recent interview with Outreach magazine, Washington D.C. pastor Mark Batterson hit the nail on the head in describing the difference between a praying church and one that does not really pray.
"Prayer is the difference between the best you can do and the best God can do. So…Continue
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I often wonder about the future of our grandchildren growing up in a society where apathy, and even hostility, toward Jesus Christ is prevalent today. We are living in a complicated world. An aggressive attack is being launched by using media, technology, education, social influences, and political pressures to desensitize…
Added by Lillian A. Penner on December 4, 2012 at 5:48pm — No Comments
Not all times are equal. There is a growing awareness in these days that God is calling people all over the world to seek Him as never before. The challenges we are facing are far greater than the solutions any political system can offer.
Seek God for the City 2013 helps open the way to pray God’s desires and purposes for our cities with fresh, clear, confident…Continue
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