This is an important webinar, which we repeat periodically.  Involvement in leading well over 100 evangelistic outreaches at the request of rural churches all over Britain and across the denominations, I learned the importance of prayer if we want our endeavours to be blessed.  Some stories of missions undergirded with prayer are inspiring.  I look forward to sharing these with you.


In one situation I helped to organise an outrecah programme for three villages, involving seven churches, where we used prayer as a mission tool. As far as I know this is a unique event, but one which i believe others could replicate.  In this webinar I explain the process step by step.

Helpful Downloads

The pdf documents in this section show samples of items we used in a Mission through Prayer.  They are all mentioned in the video.

Prayer Mission - Letter to local church members
Letter were distributed to all those attending the seven churches involved in this mission.
Sets out the aims. Click to download.
Letter to church members.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [245.1 KB]
The Magazine Article
Some churches in the villages produced and distributed magazines widely within the community. This is the article published in advance of the Prayer Mission. Click to download.
Magazine article.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [450.2 KB]
The Main Letter
Every household in all three villages received this letter together with a prayer request card and a plain envelope. Details are explained in the video. Click to download.
main letter.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [343.5 KB]
Example of the Daily Prayer Points
As explained in the video, each day there was a focus on praying for various aspects of community life, such as schools, medical and care services, farmers and neighbours etc. This is an example of one day. Each day copies of the Prayer Point were left at the prayer stations in each of the open churches, and also used for the prayer meeting(s) that day. Click to download.
Prayer Point Sample.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [255.2 KB]
Helpful Prayer Tips
As explained in the video, the open churches also had a box where prayer cards could be left, and a glass bowl full of water and some small pebbles, Next to the bowl was an explanation of how it could be used (explained in the video) and this information sheet with suggestions on how to pray. These were printed on two sides of A5 and could be taken away. Click to download.
Tips on Prayer.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [277.9 KB]
Prayer Triplets Explained
Brian Mills, who conceived the idea for Prayer Triplets preceding a Billy Graham Mission,explains how they work. More people were converted through this prayer scheme than in the Billy Graham meetings that followed!
Microsoft Word document [34.0 KB]

This excellent booklet "Inspiring Prayer" is available from SGM Lifewords.  Copies were left in the churches open through the week.  Approximately 100 were taken and used.  More information available from this link.

Highly recommended.

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Lots of Great Ideas!

Take a look at our Free Online Seminars section where you will find video recordings of past webinars together with handouts.  Great if you missed a webinar but attending one is always better.

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Local Rural Mission Consultation

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Oxford Diocese - Mission & Discipleship Event

Find the Paper and supporting PowerPoint presentation relating to the event organised by the Diocese of Oxford.

Rural Evangelism Survey Report

The results of a survey into rural evangelism can be found on News and Events section.

No Ordinary Man

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