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Hello Pray! Network!
We are 1800+ strong and growing each day ... but equally as important, you are adding new groups, developing ongoing discussions (forum and blogs), inserting new events to the calendar, uploading video
clips others can use in their corporate prayer sessions, and more.

SO -- If you are:
  • an intercessor, will you pray for Pray! Network to grow with more new members and that we will serve one another in love?
  • new to Pray Network -- WELCOME! -- Click here to see News & Views #1
  • a prayer leader, will you start a new group for your prayer team (see special offer below)
  • a reader, will you review a book that has influenced you on prayer?
  • one of the faceless profiles, how about uploading a photo?
Anticipating great blessings as we build this community together,

Phil Miglioratti

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Your Pray! Network

Pray! Network looks like one of those "social Networks" and it is ... but it is also a ministry network. A social network is primarily a place for people to make new "friends," share their interests and talk
about the events of their daily life. A ministry network incorporates
those features but goes beyond by encouraging fellowship in the Spirit
as we share biblical insights and exhortation. As we offer one another
the benefit of our experiences, both our success and our struggles, we
build up each other into Christ. When we ask questions or request help
with a leadership decision or personal dilemma, we mentor one another in
our capacity to serve others.

Therefore, whenever you are prompted to post a video clip, comment on a blog post or start a group or discussion, you are enabling the network to function as a community of prayer-driven Christ followers.
All of us are here to deepen our own relationship with Christ but each
day many return to the network searching for tools to equip them in
their role with children or their responsibilities with a class or
committee - could it be the thought you shared on a blog or a comment
you added to a discussion that will provide that idea or insight?

With your contributions, Pray! Network will grow into an interactive community of friends, for sure, but colleagues as well. Like John Mark was to Paul, may we it be said of us "he is helpful to me in
my ministry." (2 Timothy 4:11)

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It seems to me ... our fears for the National Day of Prayer may cause us to appeal to the wrong court!

Read the complete commentary by Phil Miglioratti as originally posted by the Church Prayer Leaders Network

Special Offer!

John Armstrong, author of Your Church is Too Small: Why Unity in Christ's Mission Is Vital to the Future of the Church --"Because I believe God is building city transformation movements all across America
I believe it is important for leaders to develop a Web presence that
will help to build the social and spiritual networks in every possible
context. To this end I have encouraged my friend Phil to offer you a
copy of my new book to help facilitate this design for Web growth."

Why this book?
Good question - Though it is not directly a book on prayer, it is about the issues we face when prayer leaders or movements seek to work together. John discusses, from a biblical perspective, the
opportunities and the obstacles of bringing the Body of Christ together.

The offer?
Up to 25 Pray! Network members who launch a group for their prayer team, a citywide prayer network, or for their prayer ministry organization will receive a complimentary copy of John's new book.
1. Take a quick trip to Start a New Group
2. Complete the Group Information page
3. Invite your team, congregation, network or ministry data base to join you in the new group
4. Explain they must first establish a Pray! Network profile
6. Then, email the link of your new Pray! Network group and your street address to

Praying and talking together,
Phil and the Team

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