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What me, an intercessor?

3 years ago

An article from our Winter newsletter encouraging supporters to consider joining the ReSource Intercessors' Network. Might this apply to you?

What me, an intercessor?

Would you consider being part of a group across the country spending time with the Lord each day listening to Him, meditating on Scripture, waiting in silence? To be prayerful for meetings, appointments, conferences, and ReSource’s work for renewal and mission. Then to pass on any impressions however small, Bible verses or songs, pictures, words, feelings, that may come to you, so that the Minister leading an event can be encouraged and pass these on to hosts and delegates.

You will be a vital part in ReSource’s life-giving ministry, and you will be an instrument through whom the Holy Spirit can speak, to encourage, strengthen and comfort those we minister to.

This is for ordinary followers of Jesus Christ! You don’t need a theological degree, nor will you be expected to spend hours in prayer. It is just about tuning into God’s presence during your daily tasks, as you wash up, walk the dog, listen to music or focus a while on ReSource in your regular devotional times. You will be part of a team learning together and waiting on the Lord. And you will get regular feedback about what our amazing God is doing in his love and faithfulness.

We stand in the gap between the now and the not yet, interceding that His kingdom will come, and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven. It is God’s work to renew and refresh His Church, but how wonderful that He invites the likes of you and me from little, ordinary and local churches to play a part, as we pray. Do think and pray about whether you can join us!

Find out more by clicking here to our Intercession page

Meryl, Esther and Mandy


Revd Esther McCafferty

Intercessors Network Facilitator (Volunteer)

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"I personally liked the moments of prayer, it really felt as if we were collectively being guided in our discussions. I also enjoyed the informal nature where we could draw on our own experiences and open up what was in our hearts."
Attendee at St Martin’s, Herne online retreat