Have you ever felt like you entered a time vortex where a second feels like an hour during a prayer meeting? Have you ever wondered why your weekly prayer group rarely sees fresh faces? If someone new happens to stumble in, they don’t stick around after a couple of weeks. Is it your breath? Is it the stale coffee?
I’m digging into the vault this week and would love for you to read this recently updated article on small group prayer and intercession guidelines. I gathered most of these tips while serving with Youth With a Mission. Intercessory prayer was a bedrock foundational stone of the mission organisation from its inception. It continues to be a mainstay of every YWAM base around the world. If you can keep young people, mostly under the age of 30, engaged and focused in prayer and intercession, you must be doing something right.
Here are some tips that will coax you into discovering just how exciting and satisfying coming together in concentrated, focused prayer can be. Hopefully, you will be encouraged and inspired. Maybe you can let go of painful experiences from the past and move on to a faith-filled future in prayer. Click on the link below!
Helpful Tips for Faith-filled, Hopeful, and Productive Prayer Meetings
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Until Next Week,
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