The following articles are taken from Dennis Fuqua’s book:
“United and Ignited: Encountering God through Corporate Prayer”.
Permission is granted for free distribution of these articles for personal use.

 

What are some essential traits a facilitator should possess? - What are some essential traits a facilitator should possess? On various occasions I have asked those who facilitate dynamic corporate prayer what traits are necessary to be a good facilitator. The following are some of their answers. They deserve our… Read more…
What do you mean by encountering God? - I seek to understand things from a Biblical world view.  When I refer to encountering God, I start with the fact that we live in a universe where the infinite God is also personal.  He desires to be known by… Read more…
Prayer of Consecration - “That in everything Christ might have the supremacy” (Colossians 1:18) Our loving Father: We come to You in the name of Your magnificent Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.  To Him we belong forever, as His followers, living together in the… Read more…
Celebrating the glories of Christ’s reign over us today - • EXTOL!  Not only does the Lord Jesus sit at the Father’s right hand; He IS the Father’s right hand.  He is the One by whom God is establishing, right now, order in the midst of chaos, justice in the… Read more…
TRIBUTE 2: Who Christ is FOR US today - Lord Jesus Christ, this is our tribute to who you are for us. You were seen by your disciples’ eyes, touched by their hands, heard by their ears, proclaimed by their lips. You are bone of our bone and flesh… Read more…
“Doxology” by Charles Spurgeon: “To Him be Glory” - Metropolitan Tabernacle PulpitVolume 8 www.spurgeongems.orgA DOXOLOGY FOR THE NEW YEARDelivered on Sunday Morning, January 5, 1862By the Rev. Charles Haddon Spurgeon “To Him (Jesus) be Glory Both Now and Forever. Amen.” (2 Peter 3:18) Brothers and Sisters, do not let… Read more…
TRIBUTE 1: Who Christ is TO US today - Lord Jesus Christ, this is our tribute to who you are to us. There is one God and Father from whom all things come and for whom we exist. There is equally one Lord—you are that one Lord; through you… Read more…
What is the value of dynamic corporate prayer? What difference does it make? - There are several things that happen in a time of corporate prayer that can’t or don’t happen in a personal time of prayer. I can get to know God more as I hear people pray who have a different personality,… Read more…
How can I be sure the Holy Spirit will lead us in dynamic corporate prayer? - Please consider one of the craziest statements Jesus ever made.  He is with His disciples the night before He will be crucified.  It is what we call the Upper Room Discourse of John 13-17.  In John 16:7 He says, “But… Read more…
What keeps us from focusing on Jesus and worshiping Him in prayer? - For the typical person in the pew, prayer would probably be defined as, “Asking God for things or asking Him to do things.”  Too often we don’t see prayer as a primary means of worship.  David did.  In the Psalms,… Read more…