Prayer Circle: Significance
Please allow me to postpone (1 day) the next installment in $1,000,000.00 series. That actually won’t be the series title, but it does bring to mind the previous post! 🙂
Many times I have spoken and written about the essential role of prayer in our ministry. There is even a section of this website devoted to Prayer Circle posts. And we do our best to publicize and celebrate the way our Father answers our prayers.
Two days of this week have been devoted to a strategic planning retreat for some of our ROW staff. It was a great time and I am looking forward to what the Lord has planned in our ministry future. And you should know prayer was also a big part of our time together. Why do I call that significant?
Part of the answer lies in the importance of authenticity. We don’t just invite others to the Prayer Circle. When you get there, you should expect to find us there as well. How does that happen? When these events occur like they did over the past couple of days, I think sharing our own prayer activities should encourage you to join in! We really mean it when we say prayer is important and when we invite you to pray for specific things!
Prayer Circle: Miriam
One of the blessings I have is the awesome people I get to work with. That includes the mission volunteers but it also includes ROW staff. One of those people is Miriam. She was a vital part of the World Serve organization and has been equally helfpul in all the work necessary to bring ROW and World Serve into one larger organization.
The pictures in this post show you ROW’s Prayer Circle for Miriam. She is about to leave the ROW family for the next chapter of her life and ministry. She may be gone from the day to day work, but she will not be gone from our hearts or our prayers. So, would you please include Miriam in your prayers? The Lord will lead her and we need to pray for her discrnement in seeking her next place of use in God’s Kingdom. The Father will provide and when He does, you will find a post here that will inform you and celebrate how our Good Shepherd looks after the needs of His sheep!
Soli Deo Gloria!