Rapid fire prayer is similar to “popcorn” prayer but with more organization. It is typically used in a House of Prayer setting, but can be used at any corporate gathering. The leader asks those who would like to pray short, 10-20 second prayers to form a line at the front. The topic is chosen by the leader and clearly communicated. Then they lead off, demonstrating short, on-topic prayer. In a house of prayer setting, usually 4-5 people pray and then a chorus is sung. This pattern continues until all who desire have prayed.
This is a great way to activate many people to pray. When they don’t feel pressured to pray a long prayer, they are often more willing to participate. It keeps the energy and focus in the room going as different people pray.
Used to prayer meetings where just a few people pray long prayers while others just observe? Increase participation by trying this model!