I’ve been recently looking for an easy way to get regular reminders emailed to me from my prayer list, and I was thrilled to find Echo Prayer Manager! Their services are exactly what I was looking for. There are a lot of sites that offer ways to share requests with others as a group thing, but I’ve been in need of a simple way to just track my own personal list of family, ministry, friends, and co-worker requests.Echo Prayer Manager is completely free, and it has three basic sections to it. Prayer Requests, Journal, and Reminders. You simply register and then begin to add in your prayer requests. I created mine in sections. For example, I did one for each of my individual family member sets as well as my husband’s then made a bulleted list under each of the specific requests for that family. I did the same for our church, our ministry, our friends, etc.
After creating your prayer requests (which is very easy and quick), you can then set up your reminders. Echo pops up a calendar for you, and you can choose which requests you want to pray for on a weekly, bi-weekly, or daily schedule. It not only gives you the day of the week, but also the time that you want your request emailed or texted to you.
Finally, there is a journal section where you can keep track of what God is doing through specific prayers and praises. It’s a great way to keep a copy of what the Lord has been doing in your life without depending on hard copies. I still use a regular journal for Bible study, but this has been a great solution for helping me to remember to faithfully pray for specific requests people give.
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