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  • Lewis, exhaustion in prayer is a sign the praying person has yielded to the Holy Spirit hook, line and sinker ... I mean, body, soul and spirit!
  • I wonder if any others experience what I experienced after the National Day of Prayer.  I was exhausted.  I also learned that another prayer partner whom I pray with three days a week was also exhausted.  --I will say that the Prayer on the National Day of Prayer was heart focused.

    I would also like to share several items that I am thankful for but also need prayer.

    1.  One--the pulpit committee at my church has found a candidate that they are presenting to the church.  From what his resume says--he is a man that is worth considering--after learning more about him and praying.  It is a positive move, and from what I personally saw on the resume, the committee was giving a lot of thought to what the church needs and a person who can minister.

    2.  Wheatland Ministry is seeking the Lord on bringing people to pray with it over a sight of a school that stopped 90+ years ago.  Another ministry has offered to help bring this need to pray to the organization that ran the school before it stopped.  Since that school ministry stopped, that organization has not had any ministry in that region.--Wheatland Ministries has a goal to develop  a prayer school, with courses that can eventually be accredited, and can train in the area of Prayer Ministry.  The location of the school where we want to pray over, would also possibly become home base for this prayer school.

    I sensed the Lord saying that it would take much prayer for the prayer ministry mentioned above to start.--We do not often realize how much happens when we pray.


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    Become a certified Prayer Trainer with The Praying Church Movement!
    May 26-27, 2015
    Kannapolis, NC

    Every congregation needs a prayer trainer! Work with denominational groups, city prayer leader training efforts, or train in the context of your own local church. Training by P. Douglas Small and Program Coordinators, Dr. Gloria Ross and Joyce Miles.

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  • We have begun this semester our Strategic prayer Initiative ,targeting faculty and staff . WE have been serving for the last 15 years  in full time prayer ministry . A daily prayer newsletter goes out daily to different groupings ..edited twice before mailing ---Monday Memo - Throwback Tuesday /Words of Wisdom Wednesday / Thankfulness Thursday / Follow up Friday . I have visited different areas for noontime prayer summits .I am praying with staff at our 12:30pm -1:30pm time in the Prayer Chapel .

  • Personal Prayer Coaching Calls with national prayer leader and teacher Doug Small will begin a new series on Tuesday, March 10 with calls offered at6:45am and 7:45am EST. 

    A maximum of 25 people will be able to participate in this special time of learning and prayer development. Register before Sunday, March 8. This program requires a commitment to attend every session (total of 6*) to complete the teaching.

    Register by completing this form online>
  • Love these reports - keep 'em coming!
  • Praise ! God moves in the Prayer ministry at Liberty ! We now have over 60 Student Prayer Ministers--2 hours weekly / six International student workers 18 hour per week / one new full time Campus Pastor / Prayer Center Manager / and my privilege / Director of Prayer Ministry ....300 hours of intentional / focused / individual / comprehensive prayer / prayer cards hand written / personally delivered / individual emails / Prayer on Share point customized computer program for tracking requests / praise / answers / follow reminders for follow up contacts ever seven says. ....best I have ever seen .....praise the Lord ....nothing I would rather do full time as a campus Pastor ....L love it !
  • Yesterday I read a chapter in towns book How God Answers Prayer , Intuitive Answets ......promptings of the Holy Spirit ....how God often guides ...
  • As prayer requests are posted, please pray as you read; responses welcome but we can have peace in knowing everyone in the group prays at least once.
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9 Reasons Church Leaders Struggle With Prayer

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