[Q]: Who should I prayerwalk with?
1. Praying by yourself is good.
2. Praying with others is beneficial, too.
3. Getting your small group or house church or friends together is great to try.
4. Teaching a new believer or someone who has never been on a prayerwalk is a meaningful experience.
5. Praying with – and for – other churches in your region is another beautiful picture of the body at work. We did this about a month ago on a Saturday morning and had four different churches represented. We met new people and were reminded that we’re linking arms with other churches under the banner of Jesus, not just our particular denomination or church. We prayed for other churches, other churched prayed for Renew. Others mentioned that they would like to invite more people from other churches. It takes little planning (pick a place a time) and invites are easy, but the only reason is that is works is that the agenda is just one thing: pray. If you add more things to the agenda it can get a bit awkward. Don’t send our fliers or put ads in the paper – just invite via word of mouth. Then just show up, break up into smaller groups (maybe 2-5 people), walk different directions and pray. Then come back together at predetermined time and then talk about what you prayed for.
If you’d like to come with me and participate in a prayerwalk let me know. Contact me via email [under the About page to the left] and let’s pray for our communities and neighborhoods together.