Impacting Cities & Communities thru Prayer
A Community of Prayer Champions, Praying Churches, Prayed-for Communities
There are a lot of ideas on how to address our problematic issues in the USA, namely:
From my little perch in Midtown Atlanta, GA, I see the numerous arguments, and the emotional intensity on opposite sides of each issue! They are evident in both the world and the church.
The Web of Prayer
Phil Miglioratti (MA ’74)
Spring 2001 TEDS Bridge magazine
I think five or six of us showed up that June 1990.
We placed our chairs in a small circle and introduced ourselves: “Hi, I’m Al from Palatine…I’m Joe from Arlington Heights…John from Lake Zurich…Gary from Schaumburg.” They had come to my office…Continue
Connect with Others Who are Applying Romans 12:2
To Both Personal & Corporate Praying
Don’t be conformed nor confined by the status quo...
Let God transform…Continue
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Praying in Color: Drawing a New Path to God combines memoir with theology. Step-by step instructions introduce the practice of praying in color as a way to do intercessory prayer.
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Voyage Radio host David McLaughlin, interviews Phil Miglioratti about the state of prayer in
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In the early days of the Coronavirus quarantine, I was extremely restless and frustrated. Even in retirement, I’ve been running close to full speed. Sitting in my den recliner I was reading my Bible, and praying, and asking God what I was to “do” since my travel was now limited and cancellations had caused more Liquid Paper than ink on my calendar. Having just read James 1:22, “Be doers of the word,” I looked up and saw on the fireplace mantle, my wife’s display of all the books I had…Continue
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God is on the move ...
Ps 24:7-10 BSB…Continue
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God is at work From Sally McClung's blog https://floydandsally.com/blog/2020/5/22/he-is-at-work
Yesterday we concluded our group study of Paul Miller's "A Praying Life". We've been meeting online for the last 6 sessions, and we did lose quite a few people along the way. We've been following the outline of the book loosely and bringing in other materials and topics for the class.
We ended our study by looking at community prayer, that is, praying effectively in a group setting. This was one of the items identified at the beginning as an item that the group wanted to discuss,…Continue
Praying for and during RamadanRamadan is starting on April 23, 2020 (or April 24, 2020) this year. During the month of Ramadan, billions of Muslims will be fasting, praying, and reading the Quran as a community. Lockdowns, curfews, and restrictions on public gatherings across most countries due to COVID-19 have dampened Ramadan preparations this year.
As our Muslim cousins shelter in place, we want to…Continue
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Selah is not translated in our English Bibles. We just have the transliteration of the Hebrew word. But if you follow its usage, you can get a good grip on its meaning. It is used at the end of each stanza of Psalm 46. I have italicized it for you.
Yesterday we held our third session in our prayer class themed around Paul Miller's book, "A Praying Life". We continue to have very consistent attendance - evidence that God has placed a hunger for deeper prayer lives in our congregation. It's exciting to think about what he might do with that hunger!
This week we covered chapters 6-8 of the book, and I divided the session into three main topics based on those chapters:
(Adapted from HOPE, The Anchor of The Soul)
The Anchor of Perspective
Understanding that Jesus really rose from the dead has transformed the lives of people who have followed Him down through the ages. They could minister in the midst of plagues at the risk of their lives. They gladly died to help their neighbors, and loved ones, and people they didn’t even know. They were willing to stand for the Bible and the truth of the gospel even…Continue
I was asked to take the lead at a Prayer Breakfast for Dr. Adam Greenway, the 9th President of Southwestern Baptist Seminary. Having served on the faculty of this institution for more than two decades, Dr. Greenway is one of my former students. So I gladly accepted the invitation to lead. However the date of the Prayer Breakfast was changed to a day when I was to be out of the state. Thus, I never led the Prayer Breakfast. But why let preparation go to waste? I will share my thoughts with my…Continue
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Lord Jesus, You are a Warrior and the Supreme Commander of Heaven's Armies. All power on earth and in heaven has been given to You.
Lord God, we want to pray for all our military and their families.
We pray for safety and peace of mind, for hope and joy, for encouragement and energy, for perseverance and special grace for every moment on the battle fields and at home.
We pray for those who make decisions that impact our military profoundly that they will do what is right in Your…
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Beyond the Walls is a weekly email to help Christ-followers move beyond the walls of their church buildings, homes, comfort zones, and culture to engage people where we live, work and play with the Gospel.
Last summer, a couple of the Elders of our church felt a nudge from God that we needed to move in the direction of being more of a praying church. A group of about a dozen people began to gather every other week (it was the off-season for our small groups) to pray for the church, for our community, and for the development of the prayer ministry.
A core group of three of us continued to meet after the summer to make plans for launching a prayer ministry. In this blog, which I expect…Continue
We all have Prayer Lists.
Most write their own list. Some simply memorize or visualize who they pray for. Many follow the printed list in the Sunday bulletin. Apps send them to our smartphones.
The difficulty with Prayer Lists is not having enough people, places, or things to pray about; The problem is how to keep it fresh. AND, how to give ourselves permission to take a name off the list! (Personally, I find that…Continue
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