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Ten Steps to Starting a Prayer Shawl Group

Thursday, April 14th, 2016 | Permalink

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Custom Woven Prayer Shawl Labels

  1. Look to your church or a church to organize your prayer shawl group.
    I believe that a prayer shawl ministry is a calling, so I obviously believe it should be started in a church. Knitting groups are wonderful things—provide great camaraderie, meet new friends, learn new techniques. Many also knit for charity. A prayer shawl ministry is a different thing, though it also includes the above benefits. However, ALL projects are done as a mission outreach and ALL projects are prayed over. In fact, the regular meetings of the group begin and end with prayer. If you believe you are being called to do this, believe that it is a commitment of faith, not just a hobby.
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Prayer Shawl Group reaches out and touches lives

Friday, April 8th, 2016 | Permalink

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Prayer Shawl Ministry of FPC sends message of love using a personalized message to its recipient via a woven label made for clothing

You know, I’ve had this on my heart a long time. Anything that reaches out and touches someone in and with love is my real heartbeat. I hope you don’t mind.   I’m going to just jump in and share this wonderful way of touching hearts and stirring up love.  I am writing this as a result of a wonderful phone call today with Sue Preslar.

A thought dropped into Sue’s heart in 2002 to start making prayer shawls to give to hurting people after reading a story about someone who received a prayer shawl. Sue found the idea online at the Prayer Shawl ministry’s website.  She thought, “Oh, these patterns are so simple, I could teach others to make these.”  Sue thought it was a cool idea to give love in such a tangible way to someone who is hurting, or alone and in pain. (more…)

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