Prayer » Joy Equipping

By: Joy Equipping  09-12-2011
Keywords: church

At a seminar, I heard someone talking about something his church was doing in their community. A number of people would walk (or drive) through a specific area and pray for the people in each of the houses. They called it prayer walking. And they talked excitedly about seeing positive results.

Imagine if every home in my community was prayed for specifically on a regular basis? What a difference that could make in the lives of those people!

Well I decided I could do that! And now, in my neighbourhood, I know that is happening—because I have been prayer walking in front of every home for the last five years!…

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