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Praying in Color: Drawing a New Path to God combines memoir with theology. Step-by step instructions introduce the practice of praying in color as a way to do intercessory prayer.
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|Voyage Radio interviews Phil Miglioratti
Voyage Radio host David McLaughlin, interviews Phil Miglioratti about the state of prayer in
|Phil Miglioratti Speaks at Pastor's conference Nov…|
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Putting Feet to Your Families' Faith
Phil Miglioratti talks with Tim…
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If you lead others in prayer, either individually or in a group setting, or if you facilitate prayer ministry, check out the Prayer Leaders group here on PrayNetwork.org. Started by Phil Miglioratti in 2010, the group is targeted to prayer leaders, seeking to…Continue
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I Timothy 2:1 - "First of all, then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men."
What a great verse to describe the priority of prayer! I decided to use "first of all" to name a prayer resource website that is loaded with ideas to spur thinking about how to get a church down the road on a journey toward becoming a "house of…
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Phil Miglioratti likely would not want me to put his name and that of E.M. Bounds in the same sentence, but, there, I did it. Both are “prayer warriors” as the term is often used: Miglioratti as host of PrayNetwork.org today and Bounds as the author of published works on…Continue
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I am writing you today to invite and urge your partnership for Orlando 2011: A Leadership Consultation to Revitalize & Reshape Evangelism and Missions in the U.S.. Pastor Phil Miglioratti, Coordinator of the National Pastors Prayer Network (NPPN) is providing significant leadership for Orlando 2011.
Orlando 2011 will take place April 4-6, 2011, in Orlando, FL. See more at…Continue
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Catherine Jacobs, Executive Director, Pass the Legacy Ministry writes,
“Grandparent’s Day is an…Continue
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Phil Miglioratti recently stirred my reflective juices by asking for my perspective on how prayer, evangelism, and discipleship are related.
It's a worthy question, especially for people who are so involved in any particular aspect of ministry that it becomes their primary, almost exclusive, frame of reference. Should prayer, discipleship, and evangelism be separate ministry silos? If so, what are the implications? If not, how would you describe their connection?
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|It Seems to Me . . .
. . . prayer must be more than an answer to a survey question.
PALATINE, Ill. (BP) -- Nine years into my pastorate of a small, suburban congregation all heaven broke loose. On a Sunday in December 1989, like the Berlin Wall that had recently crumbled half-way across the globe, a wall came crashing down in our church. Our creative but comfortable evangelical congregation suddenly went from singing three short choruses each Sunday to…Continue
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Whenever a particular colleague would call me on the phone, I would immediately freeze up. Our ministry was suffering from his seemingly self-serving decision-making and destructive actions. When confronted, he refused to repent or resign.
Somehow I survived that situation. But when he called, more than a decade after he finally moved on, I hesitated to…Continue
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