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  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Prayer is seen as good, but optional; a good resource.
    • Prayer is seen as essential, non-optional; our first resource.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Prayer fits in around other things.
    • Other things fit in around prayer.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Prayer is seen as foundational.
    • Prayer is seen as the foundation, fabric and force of all ministry.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Prayer is seen as functional. We pray in order to see things happen.
    • Prayer is seen as relational. We pray in order to know the God who makes thing happen.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Prayer is seen as our duty because things need to be different.
    • Prayer is seen as a delight because we want to be different.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • “ We need to pray.”
    • “ We get to pray.”
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Seek to pray about what we do.
    • Seek to do things through prayer.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • We ask God to bless what we do.
    • We ask God to help us do what He is blessing.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • We attempt that which is within our means.
    • We attempt that which is within God’s means.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Some in congregation are involved. The responsibility is put on a select few to “do the praying”.
    • Entire congregation is involved. Everyone takes ownership for doing their “prayer share.”
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Only a few leaders attend prayer meetings with no regular commitment.
    • All leaders (staff and lay) have and live out a commitment to individual and corporate prayer.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • There is an assumption that people know how to pray and are praying.
    • There are no assumptions that people know how or are praying.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Little or no regular emphasis or teaching on prayer from the pulpit.
    • High priority is placed on prayer by the pastor in private and public settings.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Few prayer opportunities.
    • Many regular and special prayer opportunities taking place.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Congregation prays limited styles of prayer.
    • Congregation prays and appreciates a variety of styles and expressions of prayer.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Vision for prayer is limited or stagnant.
    • Vision for growth of intimacy and impact through prayer is constantly growing.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Ministries takes place after discussions and decisions.
    • No ministry takes place without ongoing prayer for and during (and after) the ministry.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Groups open meetings with prayer as an agenda item.
    • Groups spend time praying together and set times of prayer in addition to regular meetings.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer
    • Any prayer ministry staff is not recognized as vital part of church staff.
    • Paid or volunteer prayer minister and staff are recognized as a vital part of the staff.
  • Prayer Ministry vs. House of Prayer