Two ways to recharge

How’s your energy level going?

I have felt so depleted in recent weeks. I’m not going to share the whys behind that statement.

Two things have kept me refreshed: reading God’s Word each morning and prayerwalking in the evening. I get enough fuel first thing in the day from scripture promises. And then I get a boost in the hour wrapped around sunset to still the stirrings from the day.

I thoroughly enjoyed giving a three-hour virtual webinar to a large church yesterday on prayerwalking. If you’ve never considered that spiritual exercise, here are three good reasons for praying for what you see while you walk:

– Prayerwalking will give you personal direction.

– Prayerwalking helps you see the needs of others.

– Prayerwalking provides insights about what may not be working systemically in your community . . . and more reasons to pray.

– Prayerwalking prepares hearts for God.

– Prayerwalking helps us identify with Jesus . . . and specifically, with his heart for people.

After a week spent studying the gospels again, I noticed how Jesus’ travels to various places brought him to a place of understanding, need, and opportunity.

I’d love to share more about a biblical rationale for prayerwalking, the how-to, and inspiration for your group or church. If you’re interested, let’s please connect:

janetmchenry @

Janet McHenry is a national speaker and the author of 24 books–six of those on prayer, including the bestselling PrayerWalk and her newest, The Complete Guide to the Prayers of Jesus. She would love sharing refreshment from God’s Word at your next event:

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