Ideas to Jumpstart Prayer, from Revive Our Hearts
It is so important to cultivate prayer in our ministries, and this article as several ideas for that. The first point, pray now, is something I am trying to do more of in my life.
My experience has been that many believers aren’t opposed to prayer, but they don’t really feel effective while doing it. The contexts feel boring, they don’t have time, or they just don’t know what to say. So here are a few ideas to jumpstart prayer in your church or ministry.
Managing the Overwhelming Prayer List, also from Revive Our Hearts
We long to be leaders who are true to our promise to pray. Our hope is that when we commit to intercede for someone, then it’s equally true we’ll follow through. Without a system for prayer I’m guilty of forgetting, so I offer an adaptable method to organize your prayer life.
This is a simple idea for a prayer system. I have used PrayerMate, this is kind of a paper version of that.
4 Questions To Answer Every Time You Schedule a Meeting, Selma Wilson
Meetings are one of the most strategic decisions you will make as a leader. Meetings can be a driving force for developing people, advancing opportunities, and solving challenges effectively. They can reinforce mission, values, and operational milestones serving to guard alignment and anchor a culture. Meetings can also become a waste of time and an organizational drain rather than an organizational accelerator.
Well, the quote says it all. If you are in charge of planning meetings for your women’s ministry, this is worth the quick read.
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