5 Things to Pray For Your Church

7.12.2016 | Prayer, Congregational Life,


A new respourse to assist congregations pray together.

Recent conversation and feedback from around the Presbyterian Church in Ireland has highlighted the need to find fresh ways to re-invigorate praying together as congregations.

In helping to breath new life into our congregations’ prayer life, PCI's Council for Congregational Life and Witness, in association with the Good Book Company, is able to offer copies of Rachel Jones’ book ‘5 Things to Pray For Your Church’ with a 50% discount on the cover price.

Each two-page spread takes a passage of Scripture and suggests five aspects of church to pray for:

Praying that my church would...

1. Remember what we are

2. Be a body growing in maturity

3. Be devoted to one another

4. Love and serve one another

5. Hold to the truth

6. Make known God’s glory

7. Give generously

Praying that I would...

8. Use my gifts well

9. Persevere when I get weary

10. Be who my family need me to be

Praying for people in my church

11. A church leader

12. My small group

13. Children’s work

14. The youth work

15. Not-yet-Christians

16. Mercy ministries

17. The elderly

Praying for the universal church

18. Another church in our area

19. Our mission partner

20. The global church

21. The unreached

 

Ordering the book

‘5 Things to Pray For Your Church’ normally retails at £2.99, but is being offered to congregations of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland for £1.50 stg. To order the book visit the Good Book Company website here using the discount code PCI50

All orders over £25 to a UK address will be delivered free. Delivery costs to the Republic of Ireland start from just £2.50. Offer ends 31st January 2017.

Contact Information

You can also order the resource by contacting the Good Book Company's Ireland representative

Robin Fairbairn:

Email: robin.fairbairn@thegoodbook.co.uk

Mobile: + 44 (0)7841 469165

If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be given you. This is to my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples.

John 15:7&8