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National Day of Prayer Task Force
It's never too soon to start planning for National Day of Prayer! Is your church or group hosting a prayer meeting for NDP on May 2? Let us know (praybagbr@yahoo.com) so we can help spread the word!

We need more prayer warriors!
Would you like to represent your church as a BAGBR Prayer Coordinator?
Check out the sidebar for more info.

Prayer Coordinators- Qualifications

Coordinator must be a Christian as evidenced by both his verbal testimony and the fruit of his life.

Coordinator must be a faithful and active member of his church, with a membership of at least one year (exceptions to this time frame may be made on a case by case basis if recommended by the pastor).

Coordinator must be recommended by his pastor.

Coordinator must be committed to his responsibilities as coordinator. He must follow through on duties he has agreed to undertake by the assigned deadline.

Coordinator must have good communication habits, including being reachable by e-mail or phone, and replying to e-mails and returning phone calls in a timely manner (within 24 hours maximum). I would strongly prefer that all coordinators be reachable by e-mail.

Insofar as it is possible, while women are welcome to serve as prayer coordinators, men are encouraged to fill a significant percentage of the prayer coordinator positions. There are two reasons for this:
1.) To promote more male leadership and responsibility in the church.
2.) To prevent prayer coordinators, leaders, committees, or groups from being seen as a “women’s ministry”. (Prayer is vital for everyone, not just women.)

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