Inspiration for Your Prayer Champion
5 Methods to Refresh Your Group's Prayer Life
Pass the Baton
One person shares a prayer request, then someone prays for that person immediately. The "baton" is then passed to the one who prayed, and they share their request, then they get prayed for. That pray-er shares their request, and so on.
Days of the Week
Split up your group members across the days of the week, assigning names to each day. Then on Monday, have everyone pray for the names listed on Monday, etc., cycling through everyone over the course of the week.
Have everyone write their prayer request on a card, then shuffle the cards and distribute them to be taken home and prayed for all week.
Zoom Breakout Rooms or Prayer Pairs
Split your online group into Zoom Breakout Rooms - two people to a room - so pairs can pray privately with each other, then, at a specified time, Zoom returns everyone to the main room. For in-person groups, assign Prayer Pairs to pray with each other.
Choose one topic to pray for, such as healing (healing of health, healing in relationships, etc.), or people's salvation. You could keep an ongoing list of people for whom you are praying about their salvation, and revisit it regularly to pray or brainstorm ways to reach out and care for them.
Want to Deepen Your Prayer Life?
Try this Bible Study: The Daniel Prayer
By: Anne Graham Lotz Duration: 6 Weeks
Move beyond casual, everyday, pray-as-you-feel-like-it prayer, and learn to pray like Daniel with persistence, passion and power.