Friday, 3 January 2014

Virtual Prayer Groups Keep People Connected

Virtual Prayer Groups Keep People Connected

Many times in our culture the realm of religion and the world of science and technology can be at odds with one another. With Prayer Connectors, a prayer line that allows religious organizations to use a number for their prayer groups, science can actually enhance and update the time honored religious practice of group prayer. People already use the internet and cell phone for every other aspect of their life, and now those same mediums are being used to make peoples religious lives more accessible too. With a virtual prayer group, now even the busiest of people can find the time to elevate their spirits and connect through prayer.

Simple2Communicate, an Atlantaarea telecommunications company, has expanded its repertoire of audio and video telecommunication options to include what they refer to as Prayer Connectors, or in Atlanta, 404222PRAY. This prayer line allows religious organizations to use a 404 number for their prayer groups, obtain a pin for participants to connect with, and allow people to literally extend their voices to other people in the hospital, at home or otherwise unable to be at a specific place.

Scientifically and experientially, the power of prayer and especially group prayer has been proven effective again and again. However, the dictates of conflicting appointments, traffic tieups, personal obligations and other time demands can restrict any caring group from gathering to pray. Prayer Connectors is the solution. Costing less than $1 per week per participant to use this service, Simple2communicate is also quarterly tithing 10% of the flat rate charge to the Faith Based Organization of the subscribers choice. Her background includes emphasis in writing, media relations, community relations and special events. in political science. While at Emory, she was active with Volunteer Emory and the Emory Womens Council. After graduating, Adams headed to New York City where she worked at a Foreign Exchange Market near Wall Street. She later returned to Atlanta to be an event planner for AmericasMart. In 2006, Adams fulfilled a personal dream by traveling to China to teach English and American Culture and had the opportunity to travel throughout rural parts of the country during her sixmonth stay. While shes happy to be back enjoying the spoils of her native culture, shes now taking Chinese language lessons and plans to return to Asia one day.

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