Expanding Your Prayer Meeting
- Published in the May | June 2005 issue
- Written by Phil Miglioratti
Is your congregations prayer list filled almost exclusively with names of saints who are sick or facing surgery? Consider this simple change; it might turn a business-as-usual prayer meeting into a prayer adventure. Do not remove the names of those who are ill. Simply augment your prayer list with other critical issues. A prayer list might look something like this: Sick and Suffering (ask God for hope and healing) Seeking and Searching (pray for neighbors or coworkers) Streets and Society (pray about social issues) Strategic Servants (pray for leaders in civic and business realms) Sent and Sacrificing (pray for those who carry the gospel around the world) You may choose different categories, of course. They key is never to print a prayer list that only asks for prayer for sick people!
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