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Praying for Your Church ~ 30 Days, 30 Minutes, 30 Prayers

Wednesday, January 20, 2010



Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective. ~ James 5:16 NIV


Teri Lynne Underwood, from Pleasing to You invites you to join her in making a commitment to pray for your church.


I've included the introduction, so that you can hear Terri's heart...


As a pastor's wife, I often find myself praying for God to bless our church, to grant our leaders wisdom, and to bind us together with one heart. And yet, I believe it is not just those of us who are called into or marry into pastoral ministry that are called to pray fervently for the Bride of Christ. I imagine though, that many are uncertain how or what to pray for their local faith fellowship.

In studying the Book of Acts, I realized that much emphasis is given to prayer...and that, I am convinced, is a large factor in the enormous impact those believers had in spreadint "The Way." So, I began to ask God to show me how to pray effectively for my church using the early church as an example.
This project is a result of those prayers. The idea is to devote a minute to each prayer. This can be done cumulatively in order to build up to devoting 30 minutes a day to praying for your church or simply as an addition to your prayer list daily ~ devoting a minute to a specific prayer for your church. However you choose to use this, I pray that God will bless your desire to pray for your church...and bless your church as you pray.

(c)2009 by Terri Lynne Underwood
Pleasing To You


Use this guide, 30 Days, 30 Minutes, 30 Prayers ~ Praying for Your Church to help you to pray consistently for your church, your pastors & church body as a whole.

Be sure to visit Terri Lynne at Pleasing To You; her heart's longing is to live a life that is pleasing to God. Psalm 19:14 is the cry of her heart. Please join her on her journey to becoming MORE like Jesus.

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