Prayer Leader Tips and Prayer Tips

3 Tips for Leading Prayer
By Megan Hill
“If the fear of public speaking is the general population’s greatest fear, fear of praying publicly may be its Christian equivalent. It is no wonder. In prayer together, the leader brings his brothers and sisters on a holy errand to the very throne room of Almighty God.” (Read more about this article, click the link above.)

7 Tips To Modeling Prayer For Your Group
By Life Together
“One of the most powerful aspects of small groups is the opportunity to offer prayer requests, to pray together, and then to see how God follows through on those prayers.” (Read more about this article, click the link above.)

Facilitate Meaningful Group Prayer
By Bill Donahue
Here are great prayer tips from experienced small-group leader, Bill Donahue.

Fifteen Ways to Lead Group Prayer: A Practical Guide for Those Who Lead Others in Prayer
By J. Chris Schofield, Ph.D.
North Carolina Baptists
This booklet provides guidelines on how to lead others in prayer. This is useful especially to pastors and prayer leaders as they lead group prayer sessions. Whether it is a directed prayer focus in a worship service, a prayer meeting for revival, or a small group prayer session, this booklet will help you as you lead others in specific prayer that is Bible-based.

Personal Prayer Power Leader Tips
Personal Prayer Power
“In this series you’ll be glad to know that you’re a leader, not a teacher. You won’t have to stand at a podium and give a lecture, look up facts or impart knowledge to your group. Instead you’ll be leading life-changing discussions and encouraging others to try now ways of creating more powerful, interactive prayer times.” (Read more about this article, click the link above.)

Small Group Prayer Guidelines, Tips, and Ideas (PDF)
Baptists on Mission
“God desires to be in relationship with His people. Prayer allows us to enter the presence of God in a personal, relational way. Therefore, we believe prayer is an essential element of a dynamic relationship with God.” (Read more about this article, click the link above.)