Power Full Connections  

Pocket Full of Quarters Trek 2014
Power Full Connections

By Cheryle M. Touchton
The Pocket Full of Quarters Lady

Praying at all times in the Spirit, with all prayer and supplication. To that end keep alert with all perseverance, making supplication for all the saints. Ephesians 6:18

Prayer is a huge part of these journeys. I pray everywhere as I go. I think of my travels as a prayer walk across America and when I post pictures, I pray people will prayer walk with me. My favorite result of prayer is what I like to call Power Full Connections. When I start praying for someone, God starts connecting the dots between Himself, the person Iím praying for, others Ė some I know and some I donít, and me to answer the prayer. A powerful circuit forms that travels and eventually completes back to me in some way. Often the person I start out praying for, years later ministers to me in some powerful way. When I think about the ďpowerĒ of prayer, I literally think about the connections much like electricity but literally Power Full.

Recently, God gave me the idea to use Facebook as a way to remember to pray for people. The idea was to use the reading and writing of posts and comments as well as likes as a way to take a brief second to pray for the person. I posted this idea on Facebook and many agreed to join me.

So what has happened in just a couple of weeks? Power Full Connections! Iíve renewed bonds with people I love but had lost touch with. Iíve met in person people Iíd only talked to on Facebook. Ministry doors that Iíve been trying to break down for years have literally opened before me like electric doors. People on Facebook have noticed where I am and invited me to their home or church. Iíve met Facebook friends in person and led people to Jesus with them. People have sent encouraging God inspired messages to me at exactly the right moment. Spiritual bonds have deepened with people I only know through Facebook. People Iíve reached out to have reached back. All I can say is wow.

When I pray for someone, I fall in love with them. That means these Facebook prayers have people on my mind more so now, Iím finding myself praying for them while Iím driving or kneeling in front of a lake during quiet time. I feel their pain and celebrate their victories more than I did before Ė in short Ė Iím more connected with my Facebook friends.

You might be thinking that all of this takes too much time. First, since God sent the idea, how much time it takes isnít relevant if I want to keep hearing and feeling the Holy Spirit. Besides, Iím supposed to be praying without ceasing and this is just another process for how to efficiently direct those prayers. Finally, Iíve noticed that when Iím doing something through the power of prayer, my time is like Jesus feeding the 5,000 with just a few loaves of bread and fish Ė it is unlimited. I canít explain it by logic but there is enough to go around.

I invite you to join me in this Facebook Prayer Challenge. When you post a comment or hit like, pray for the person. When someone posts a comment or hits like on your post, pray for them. Iím not talking about a long prayer Ė maybe just 2-3 words Ė but invite the Holy Spirit into the relationship by praying for them. For example, as I "like" something you have posted, I will pray for you. Then, when you see my ďlikeĒ of your post appear, just say, ďHelp CheryleĒ or ďBless Cheryle.Ē You get the idea. Youíll stand amazed in the presence of God as He forms Power Full Connections in a way only He can.

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Cheryle M. Touchton is the Director of Pocket Full of Change Ministries. For more information or to schedule a speaker for an event, go to www.pocketfullofchange.org or call Cheryle Touchton at 904-614-3585.

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