Before you answer “yes”, let me share a recent experience I had with you.
A couple of months ago we had some workers show up unexpectedly at our house at 8:30 AM.
I’ve recently joined a BSF Prayer group in our area. We are seeking God’s will and asking Him to add another daytime women’s group just north of Charlotte, NC.
Oh girls! Time in prayer with sweet sisters in Christ is so precious!
We partner up and share our personal requests with one another.
1. It builds relationships within our group.
2. Another prayer warrior is lifting up our requests and concerns before the Lord.
3. We are all actively praying for one another as instructed in God’s Word. (James 5:16)
I encourage you to try this technique with your Women’s Ministry team or Bible study group and let us know how it goes!
Your turn to share: How do you keep personal prayer requests from dominating your group’s time together in prayer?
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8 Prayers for Your Women’s Ministry Team
How to Start a Prayer Group