Impacting Cities & Communities thru Prayer
A Community of Prayer Champions, Praying Churches, Prayed-for Communities
Because prayer is vital to spiritual warfare and because we tend to spend little time in silence in and listening I would suggest the following pattern for prayer. I have developed this over the years and have found it very helpful to me and I hope it is helpful to you as well. I call it WARTIME prayer and I will give a brief summary below. If you spend 5 minutes on each segment you will pray for a half hour, if you spent 10 minutes on each part you will pray for a full hour. When I have…Continue
Added by John Nunnikhoven on November 11, 2010 at 2:00am — No Comments
Connect The Dots
I was very blessed to have an enjoyable drive to work. Most of it was back country road, no interstate…Continue
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Small groups are often defined by their main activity. This is a good approach, but let me offer my alternative.
Before deciding on a specific activity for your group, think through the central reason for which the group exists.
The New Vision for the Mom's Day of Prayer Ministry in 2011 is for each Saturday of the year to have a MDOP. 47 weekends - 47 MDOP Coordinators - 47 Churches! The only Saturdays we are leaving out are January 1st and all the Saturdays in December. Please visit the MDOP website at www.momsdayofprayer.com.
As one MDOP attendee said, "I wonder how many of our precious children will be spared from suicide, rape, abortion, sexual…Continue
Added by Kathy Coleman on November 8, 2010 at 3:12pm — No Comments
Asking for prayers for a team that will depart tomorrow (Monday, Nov. 8) to Zimbabwe to minister and teach. We will return on, Tuesday, Nov. 16. Would appreciate your prayers.
Added by Gail E. Dudley on November 7, 2010 at 7:02am — No Comments
Pray For Unction In The Pulpit
By Leonard Ravenhill
It requires neither top bracket intelligence nor yet super-spirituality to curse the darkness. It does require God-fashioned, God-filled and God-fired men to bring revival! We need some lion-hearted, wise-as-a-serpent prophets,…Continue
Added by Martin J. Ferenc (Marty) on November 5, 2010 at 5:03pm — No Comments
“In the morning, O LORD, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation”(Psalm 5:3 NIV).
“Why do you pray?” someone may ask me. My answer is “I Need To Pray!” In the end, the prayers…Continue
Added by Pat Allen on November 5, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments
I don't know about you, but I'm on a quest to become a more self-less pray-er, so I have been looking for something that would be sort of an "Intercessory Prayer for Dummies." My search led me to one of the Classic Christian authors on Prayer, Andrew Murray, and to his book, "The Ministry of Intercession".
Not everyone as we know, is into prayer, much less Intercessory Prayer. I've been asking myself why some are such strong and persistent prayer warriors while others are not.…Continue
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Journey of Prayer Instruction™
"…are you asleep? Could you not keep watch for one hour?" Mark 14:37 NIV
If you or someone you know desire to go deeper in your prayer life or have ever found yourself asking these questions; "How can I intercede…
Added by Gail E. Dudley on November 1, 2010 at 10:18pm — No Comments
In her book, Live a Praying Life, Jennifer Kennedy Dean refers to some major misconceptions about prayer. The first of these is that prayer is only for material needs. This really resonated with me, especially since material needs-based prayer so often dominates prayer in our churches, in our small groups, and in our lives.
Jennifer points out that this type of prayer is not wrong, but that it is not meant to be the dominant theme of our praying lives. God already…