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The Health of Your House of Prayer

Mon, 08/29/2011 - 7:17am -- Rob

What's the health of your house of prayer? Is it clean, organized, consistent, and deep-abiding? Is it momentary, scattered, spur-of-the-moment, easily distracted; maybe non-existent?

There are two common houses of prayer referred to in the New Testament. One is the church or temple, commonly known as the house of prayer.

And as he (Jesus) taught them, he said, "Is it not written: "'My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations'? But you have made it 'a den of robbers.'" -Mark 11:17

Opportunities to Pray On Site

Thu, 08/11/2011 - 12:58pm -- Rob

Dear Praying Friends,

For those of you near Carmel Indiana, we invite you to join us for on site prayer Saturday morning, August 13th, 8:55 AM at Northview Church located at East Main Street and Hazel Dell Parkway. The event is sponsored by OnSite International Inc. and 2C Revival Inc.

Below are the instructions for the most efficient means to reach the Chapel where we will be spending most of our time.

Jamaican Journey 2011

Mon, 07/25/2011 - 4:20pm -- Rob

Overseas mission trips are commonly times where God develops both the missionary and the people ministered to along the way. That was true for each of the 18 members of OnSite International's inaugural Jamaican Journey and for many the team prayed for and ministered to last week in Mango Valley and Wallingford, Jamaica. In fact, many on the team, who had traveled to Jamaica on previous mission trips, shared that they'd never see God do as much as he did this past week.

Observe, Then Pray!

Wed, 06/29/2011 - 9:19am -- Rob

Do you notice details? Maybe your mind is preoccupied with a project, a recent conversation, or maybe your attention is completely on the screen in front of you.

What one sees and notices makes up much of the experience they take away or remember from an event.

That is true when it comes to prayer walking as well.

When you prayer walk your neighborhood, here are some things to take notice of as you walk.

The Way It Is Isn't How It Has To Remain

Mon, 06/27/2011 - 11:25am -- Rob

In a busy culture and lifestyle, it's often easiest to leave difficult circumstances, relationships, and matters to others rather than stopping and lending a hand or taking a few moments to pray.

When this happens for a lengthy period of time, it's easy to distance oneself from the needy, helpless, or unfortunate. "That's the way it is" can become an attitude within one who would rather not lend a personal hand or prayer to change the circumstances another is affected by. Over time, as others are neglected, the problem or concern grows.

Pray Wherever You're At!

Tue, 06/21/2011 - 10:47pm -- Rob

Linda began learning about prayer walking when Sarah, her 21 year-old granddaughter, left to begin a 9-month study trip in Spain. As Linda continued to learn how easy it was to pray for people wherever she was, she thought about Sarah- and what she could accomplish in prayer while she was in Spain.

One day, Linda called her granddaughter to see how she was doing. While they spoke, Linda asked Sarah if she would pray for God to touch people she encountered in Spain.

Mapping Prayer

Tue, 05/31/2011 - 11:01am -- Rob

If you're someone who is looking for a fresh or different way to pray for people in your country or in other countries, I suggest you download Google Earth to your computer.

Once you've downloaded the free software, open it and type the name of your city into the search box and hit enter.

You'll see the picture of the globe zoom in to your city- to the point where you'll see streets and locations therein.

Take a moment to pray for neighbors, businesses, and people you know who live on some of those streets.

Joining Him

Wed, 05/11/2011 - 9:04pm -- Rob

Often in our day, prayer is thought of the way of getting something from God.  While prayer exists to request things and results from God, I like how John F. DeVries, in his book, Why Pray?, defines prayer.  “God intended prayer to be the means by which we join with Him in His work of redeeming the world.”

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