Thursday, October 20, 2005

A Good Connection - Pastors in Prayer



Pastors in Prayer Ministries is focused on encouraging pastors to draw closer to Christ and one another in prayer. John 17:21 says "that they may be one, even as Thou, Father art in me and I in Thee, that they also may be in us; that the world may believe that Thou didst send Me" (NASB).

Take some time to look around our site @ http://pastorsinprayer.org

Pastors In Prayer - What We Do...

"SAYING YES TO GOD" a periodic E-mail sent to pastors and leaders to inspire and encourage. Taken from the journal Bob has kept for the past 50 years, these one page entries contain stories of perseverance and the joy of the Lord found during those times. Five volumes of SAYING YES TO GOD are now available in our archives. If you are interested in receiving the regular mailing, send your E-mail address, home address and phone.

Networking with pastors in given geographic areas is another vital ministry provided by Pastors In Prayer. Our goal is to help pastors find others in their city or locality who have the desire to pray together, find fellowship and accountability.

Bob also serves as a facilitator in the Pastor’s Prayer Summit Movement. These four days of prayer provide time for personal repentance and renewal in the lives of individual pastors. Dr Joe Aldrich, founder of the prayer movement gives this definition. "A Prayer Summit is a prolonged, four day, life changing worship experience attended by a diversity of Christian leaders from specific , targeted communities whose singular purpose is to seek God His Kingdom, and His righteousness with the expectation that He will create and guide them through a humbling, healing, uniting process which will lead them to unity of heart, mind and mission, and will qualify them for the blessing of God"

Bob and Marilyn reside in the Bradenton/Sarasota area of southwest Florida during the winter months. They return to Ft Wayne, IN in the summer, where they have ministered the past 40 years. Bob works with pastors meeting one on one and in prayer groups. The desire of his heart is for spiritual awakening and revival for the nation. Spiritual awakening can be defined as preparation for revival. Revival being the visitation of God.

"Wilt Thou not Thyself revive us again, that Thy people may rejoice in Thee? Show us Thy loving kindness, O Lord, and grant us Thy salvation." (Psalm 85:6)

We hope to hear from you soon!
Pastor Bob Yawberg

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