Let me just tell you, that as the Georgia State Coordinator for the National Day of Prayer, this year, I am going to meet some GREAT people.
This week we look at the National Day of Prayer in the Workplace. What a cool idea!!!
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NDP in the Workplace
A few years ago, my friend Scott Hall invited me to a major furniture store in Atlanta to do the National Day of Prayer during their lunchtime Bible study. It was a great blessing to all of us, and their weekly Bible study continues to this day, getting back up and running due to C19.
Coordinators, hear the following as an encouragement. . .
I love all the NDP events at the County Court Houses, the City Halls, the local churches, but there are workplaces with time constraints which do not allow their employees to join you.
Help them by YOU thinking outside the box.
Let me introduce you to Arthur Farr, a new NDP Georgia State Team Member. He and I pray together most Wednesday mornings (on our 15 minute, NDP Prayer Conference Call, which you can join, see below).
This year, he and his team did a workplace NDP Event, with a twist. It was virtual, and a week BEFORE, May 6th. . .
Let Arthur tell you, in his own words:
God created everything for His Glory and His purpose. God owns it all, and we are stewards of the resources entrusted to us. HE expects each of us to bear fruit right where we have been planted. A business that functions with a Kingdom Purpose honors God.
There is an old saying that “A family that prays together stays together.” This is true of a business as well. If the Leader creates an atmosphere of prayer within the organization, it will honor God and bring harmony to the workplace. Prayer can be at the individual level and/or with the TEAM. Prayer refocuses our attention back to the creator to trust Him for the solution.
An atmosphere of prayer provides opportunity for a business to encourage, teach the word and disciple employees, industry partners and clients. As this progresses your business begins to look more and more like a church, like a true Kingdom Business.
6 years ago, a prayer group in my company facilitated a National Day of Prayer event with believers from other businesses in our office building. It transitioned into a weekly Prayer time & Bible study. This core group became the prayer team for NDOP each year. When COVID started we took the opportunity to go virtual. This has allowed us to go beyond our office building and community. We now have members across the south that join us weekly.
Arthur, thanks for your leadership, my friend.
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