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WorshipGod06 – Prayer Room

One interesting feature here at the WorshipGod06 Conference is the prayer room. This is a small room that has been set aside for times of individual prayer. We have all been invited to go into this room whenever we feel the urge to sit quietly, to journal, or to pray. There are several “stations” in the room, each with its own focus. The stations feature prayers and quotes collected from The Valley of Vision. There is also a world map that has arrows pointing to several areas in the world and invitations to pray for needs specific to each area or nation.

When I visited the room there were people sitting quietly and praying at several of the stations. A couple of men and women were writing in their journals and several more were reading from the Bibles that had been placed in the room. It is an area of tranquility and, more importantly, an area of focused prayer. Here are a few photographs Julian snapped:

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