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When members of the congregation or intercessors are considering praying for their pastor, here are some things to consider as they make steps to pray for them.  The closer the member or intercessor is to the pastor or the more formal the prayer relationship, the more deeply that person may be able to pray for their pastor's needs. 

Because pastors may not formally invite them into a prayer relationship, members and/or intercessors could consider praying for the following needs:

  • General Needs:  Family, Finances, Job (Secular), Health, and Ministry--These are needs for which most pastors (or anyone for that matter) needs prayer.  These things can be prayed for without a formal prayer relationship
  • Informal Needs:  Observations--These are also needs that do not require a formal prayer relationship.  These are the needs that are expressed in passing, over the pulpit, or just merely seen by observation.  For example:  He may speak of a child that may be having issues or a pain.  She may look extremely exhausted or like there is something heavily on her mind.

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