Tag Archives: Prayer

12. Tools and Methods-Part 1


12. Tools and Methods Part-1 God specialize in changing people.  God looks for steady growth not instant perfection.  God is patient, and persistent.  If we are available, God can change us. (John 3:3-8)Jesus answered, “I am telling you the truth” … Continue reading

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Prayer for Faith 2


Prayer for faith-2 Lord, it has been said, “If your knees knock, kneel on them.” Here I Kneel, O Lord, with all my fears, misery and anxiety. Please come into my life just as you came into the disciples boat … Continue reading

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Prayer for Faith


Prayer for Faith Dear God, I offer this prayer to you today for the faith of the world. Through the works and actions of people like me, may people everywhere come to have faith in you. Give to Christians everywhere … Continue reading

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The Trainer’s Spiritual Relationship.


The Trainer’s Spiritual Relationship. The greatest available source of strength and wisdom for Christian leaders/trainers is – the Holy Spirit, who guides and dwells in the life of each believer.  Also, the Bible describes Jesus Christ as the Wonderful Counselor.  … Continue reading

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Leadership Models


Leadership Models Beside Jesus , the greatest influence in my life and the influence to start this ministry was a man named George Mueller.  His name will forever be associated with effective prayer, trust in Cod, commitment, and a lot … Continue reading

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Prayer


Prayer APOSTLES SITTING TOGETHER ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN Jesus had just been asked to teach them how to pray. JESUS “And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the … Continue reading

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What are the historical patterns of the role of spiritual trainer?


What are the historical patterns of the role of spiritual trainer? •a person ‘possessed by the Spirit’, characterized by personal holiness of life, a closeness to God; •a person of experience, one who has struggled with the realities of prayer … Continue reading

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The Walk-on-Water Syndrome


The Walk-on-Water Syndrome Edward Bratcher in his book The Walk-on-Water Syndrome has some scathing things to say about the way clergy and laity are functioning far below their God-given potential, because they are constantly facing problems that leave  them discouraged … Continue reading

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Individual Reflection


Individual Reflection Consider the applicability of the above to your situation in living.  if it has some possibility of encouraging a support group or individual to contribute to the enhancement of your living, identify specific changes to its format or … Continue reading

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An invitation to reflect on living


An invitation to reflect on living Small reflection groups to be effective, requires: •commitment to regular and punctual attendance by all group members •confidentiality, with nothing discussed in the group to be repeated outside, except with the mutual agreement of … Continue reading

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