Pray as one,
one for the other

Jesus says in Matthew 18:20
"For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them."

Comment: That's an incredible promise from God, to be in the presence of Jesus.

 

A commitment to regular communication with God through prayer is vital to your relationship with God and others.

James 5:16 - "Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much."

Confession is our willingness to admit our shortcomings and acknowledge our struggles. When we’re mutually transparent with fellow believers we see we’re not alone as we support each other in our walk toward righteousness. When praying 'fervently' for our brothers and sisters in Christ, we exercise our God-given responsibility to take their needs to God in prayer. Prayers become ‘effectual’ as we apply God’s Word and seek His glory. God's timing in His response is perfect.

>>> Additional references in the Bible explain to pray one for another. <<<

 
 
How to pray
  • Prayed but not sure 'how' to pray?

  • Never prayed before?

  • Uncomfortable praying aloud with others?

​There's really no 'right' way to pray. Prayer is simply a way to communicate with God.

Praying aloud with your spouse

When you pray aloud to God with your spouse, it places God at the head of your marriage and grows your personal trinity ... with God at the center.

Marriage takes three

It doesn't take just two to make marriage work

We do ...

Pray together, as one flesh.
Allow God to be the foundation of your marriage.
You have been chosen for each other... it is His plan.
With each passing year, you will grow closer together and draw strength from one another.

Praying for your pastor, a.k.a. 'shepherd'

As your shepherd, your pastor needs prayer. It's important to pray for them passionately and desperately.