“I am stronger than I was before. I am not responding the way I once did. My reactions are more tempered and I am not triggered as I once was. It is a soft kind of change, not dramatic but constant and there each day.”
This is the kind of testimony from those with whom I walk alongside as prayer minister. It is something I’ve been doing for many years now and blessing and being blessed the same as ever.
I’ve found prayer to be a way of being rather than something I do.
Requests that flood in I carry in my being and as I sit before the Lord so too do these requests naturally and fluidly.
Leading others in healing prayers are the most amazing thing of all. To witness change and freedom from the inner core of a person, and to hear and see that change translate into practical freedoms in every day life, well, there is just nothing quite like it.
Prayer is such an integral part of my life that I am beginning a blog about Teaching People to Pray. You can find it HERE.
I am just at the start of this and intend to build in concepts and teaching about prayer. So if you are interested, if prayer is something you would like to increase in yourself, then I suggest you FOLLOW (a button to click and a place to fill in your email address – right on the blog itself) to receive each post direct to your inbox.
But there is something more. Every once in awhile I make available a complimentary prayer ministry session to those who are perhaps curious or sensing that the Lord might have something specific for them through a process of prayer.
The first week of April I am opening up nine sessions:
- Wednesday, April 2nd, 9am, 11am, 3pm
- Thursday, April 3rd, 9am, 11am, 3pm
- Friday, April 4th, 9am, 11am, 3pm
These are available on a first come first served basis with one session per person.
Contact me to reserve your spot and tell me a bit about what you are wanting prayer for. I look forward to serving you and agreeing with the Lord for good things over your life.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11