Tuesday, May 4, 2010

"Time of Prayer"

We wrapped up our series on prayer with a season of prayer at church. We discussed and moved throught various types of prayer using a prayer wheel. Most people commented that they really felt moved by the service and could not remember when the last time they had prayed that long was. We all struggle with time in this fast-paced world that we live in, so taking the time for extended prayer is sometimes difficult. It takes dedication and discipline to establish a strong prayer life. Using a prayer wheel can help you get started on the path with some structure. The prayer wheel that we used can be found on the World Network of Prayer Website. This oragnization has a number of resources worth checking out. I am also includeing a link to the powerpoint we used in our lessons. Share this resources with someone else. If you share something you are much more likly to make use of it yourself.

After looking over the prayer wheel answer the folloing question:
Which type of prayer on the wheel do you find the easiest?
Which type of prayer on the wheel do you find to be the most challenging?

Let me know what you think and leave a comment. As always, Safe travels - go in peace.


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Jeremy Bates said...

Just always praise to our "LORD" almighty!! Nice post.

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