This would seem to be a good suggestion for most any type of meeting, but especially business meetings, elders’ meetings, and other ministry meetings.
The problem often times is that prayer becomes either a perfunctory prayer at the beginning of the meeting or a rushed or hurried prayer at the end.
How can we effectively weave together both prayer and planning?
Aim for 50/50. You can have the balance of 50% prayer and 50% planning in your meetings.
You may not alway hit the mark, but that should be the goal. The key, though, is on how to effectively implement it.
Don’t do it in one chunk!
Rather, start and stop.
When a care is shared, a ministry challenge is expressed or a concern about a particular issue is discussed – stop the discussion and pray.
Ask the person who owns that issue to pray about it.
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