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He is the one we proclaim, admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present EVERYONE fully mature in Christ. Colossians 1:28


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Zero to 24/7 Prayer - How?

How does a church go from "zero" (well actually a nightly prayer email @ health concerns but not people committing to hours of prayer) to discipling enough people in prayer to have a 24/7 praiyer "wall"? What have you used to disciple prayer? How would you build to have 24/7 prayer? Your experiences would be helpful. Thanks.

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Modern Prayer Classic?

I have a group of prayer leaders who meet monthly with me. They have asked that we study a book on prayer this year as part of our monthly meeting. What is a modern "classic"? I'm especially looking for missionary illustrations if possible. Thanks for any suggestions! Chuck

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  • Welcome Chuck!

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    We are eager for your contributions,

    Phil

    Curator

  • I mainly answered off the top of my head because what you are doing interests me. But I don't know why I did not think to suggest you look at Meditations for The Missions Heart. http://ondemand.condeopress.com/missions/meditations-for-the-missio...

    I talk about it in a video I did for the group, "Shaking The World With The Written Word."

  • The first question might be what is modern. I would consider Through Gates of Splendor to be a modern classic mission book. It is not primarily on prayer however.

    John Franklin's book, 30 days to a more dynamic prayer life (Is that the title?) is certainly worth reading.

    I also think T.W. Hunt's "The Disciple's Prayer Life: walking in fellowship with God" is thunderous. Is it modern enough?

    I like your idea and your search. I am anxious to find out what you discover.

  • The first question might be what is modern. I would consider Through Gates of Splendor to be a modern classic mission book. It is not primarily on prayer however.

    I like your idea and your search. I am anxious to find out what you discover.

  • Glad you are part of the community, Chuck ~ please share your insights and teachings on prayer!
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