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Pastors' Prayer Group Questionnaire

Please indicate the response(s) most similar to your own, or add your personal comments.

*Why should Pastors meet for prayer?

          Commanded in John 17
          Necessary for "Thy kingdom come"
          No one church has "won the city" so they should complement & not compete with each other.
          No one church has all the gifts and resources to "win the city"
          I cannot not do this! (a call/burden/passion)

        Other Comments
       

*Purpose of our group?
            To join pastors from all cultures and denominations, in our city/zip code, to seek God and unite to   pray for divine intervention in the church and society.
            To plan common, region-wide events
            To build pastoral relationships (fellowship, accountability)


            To...
       

*Our Vision

    Has the Lord given your PPG a common vision?
            Yes!  Our vision...
            Not yet
            We¹ve not yet prayed for a vision

*Anticipated results (goals)

    Partnering of Pastors in prayer, births life-giving ways to communicate the
    hope of Jesus Christ...
    Our PPG hopes to make a positive impact on and in our community as we
    collaborate in:


            Prayer efforts (list common activities)
            Care ministries (list common projects)
            Share outreaches (list common evangelistic initiatives)
            Combined Church Celebrations


            Other ideas...

           


*Who started your Pastors¹ Prayer Group?
            A Pastor
            Laity
            Pastor from another Pastors¹ Prayer Group
            Intercessor


            Comments--->

           

*Where should it meet?
        Same church each time
        Rotate churches
        Neutral site i.e. restaurant, etc.
         

        Comments--->

           

*How often should it meet?
            Weekly
            Twice a month


             Comments--->

           

 

*Who leads the group?
            Facilitator
            No leader
            We alternate leadership
            We¹ve had leadership problems...


            Comments--->

           

 

*Did you limit invitation/participation?
             Must be from our neighborhood/zip code/city
             We include only our denomination
             We exclude certain denominations (for example  

             No restriction
            

            Comments--->

           

 

*How did you "grow" the group?

           



*Ideal size?
            Small enough to be sensitive to local unique needs but large enough to combine resources to
 make a difference.
            Has worked well no matter what the size
            We are too big (size =   ) but are unable/unwilling to multiply into smaller PPGs
            We are smaller than we¹d like but efforts to include others have failed
             Average size is    

             Comments--->

           

*Format
 Amount of time spent in prayer =

 Amount of time spent on sharing =

 Amount of time spent on planning =

 Amount of time spent on or

 Comments--->

           


*Assignments/Duties

           


*What is the role of intercessors?

           


*When should intercessor be engaged?
             From the beginning
             Wait
`            Do not make them a part - keep them out!


            Comments--->

           


*When should intercessor be involved?


            Praying for the PPG in a different location
            Praying in the same location but separate
            Praying together in the same group:
            Once in a while
            Often


*Essential ingredients for a healthy PPG

           


*What would you not do again?

           


*What recommendations would you make for a new Pastors¹ Prayer Group?

           


*List a few "accomplishments"

           


*How can a national coalition of servant ministries assist you in strengthening your Pastors¹ Prayer Group and multiplying Pastors¹ Prayer Groups in your region?

           




*Has your group registered in the National Pastors¹ Prayer Network directory?


            
                                     If no, please click on--->  http://www.nppn.org/ppg/



This survey was completed by:

Name:   

City/St/Zip.:   

Email:   

# of PPGs:   

# of Pastors meeting for prayer:   


Credit is given to the Local Leadership Committee of the City Impact Round Table. Members include: 
    Glenn Barth, Chairman -- Mission America Natl Facilitator; 
    Dennys Blackmore -- Every Home for Christ, Canada; 
    Dennis Fuqua, President -- International Renewal Ministries; 
    Michael Spottsville, Director of Strategic Partnerships -- Promise Keepers.
 

Phil Miglioratti  ~  National Pastors' Prayer Network / US
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