Open your heart to the words of this book and your ministry will change. When I and a team of pastors visited Cypress Creek Church, one of the fastest growing and most exciting cell churches in North America, we saw and experienced the powerful Prayer Ministry that pastor Cecilia developed at CCC. This book not only teaches why prayer must be our number one priority, but it also spells out how to set up a dynamic prayer ministry in the local church. Cecilia's warm, encouraging style makes this book easy to read. I highly recommend it.--Joel Comiskey, Author--From Twelve to Three: How to Apply G-12 Principles in Your Church, Reap the Harvest, An Appointment with the King: Ideas for Jump-Starting Your Devotional Life motivate intercessors. It's the first book I've read that effectively demonstrates how intercessors and pastors work together in a local church context. Pastors, as well as intercessors, will value the wisdom and insight Cecilia so skillfully imparts.--Alice Patterson, Founder of Pray Texas; President, Justice At The Gate for Prayer Ministry to be and remain healthy within the local church. Prayer Ministry in a vibrant and growing church in Wimberley, TX. The Cypress Creek Church story is one prototype of God's heart for prayer within the church. Surrounding each principle are stories from individuals whose lives have been changed by a Prayer Ministry that has been protected by proper spiritual order and covering and by a Prayer Ministry that has been grounded in confidentiality and integrity. basics of Prayer Ministry. In the Name of Jesus, Amen is written especially to Pastors, Prayer Leaders and Intercessors in God's Church. It uncovers subtleties that often sabotage Prayer Ministry and offers practical safeguards to protect and ensure health in Prayer Ministry.