The PrayerCenter Component provides users of a website with the capability to share their prayer concerns with others. Prayer concerns can be posted to the website, sent to members of the the prayer chain, and sent to the Spiritual director or pastor. Users can subscribe to be members of the prayer chain via online form.
Translations available in the following languages (others being developed):
CAPTCHA security image verification and email confirmation approval capabilities including new ReCaptcha support.
Community Builder integration.
JComments integration for prayer responses.
Other than that, an awesomely well thought out and implemented component.
Thanks very much for a job well done!
Request for functionality (which I am sure you have seen before) but it would be great if others could do 2 things:
1) have a "prayed for button" where users on the net could indicate that they have prayed for this item, a counter on the number of times its been prayed for would be a great idea....in this way a random person in Ohio could pray for a sick child in Florida or another country and feel "participatory"...the most popular prayed for items could then be shown (peace on earth, mercy for the nations, whatever)
2) have a place for comments , encouragement, or the prayer that was given in response to the prayer request
Fantastic job and I am looking forward to what you add next!
I have not been able to register to ask for help either, when I followed the emailed registration code it didn't complete my registration and I can't send a message to the creator without being logged in!
My appologies for the problems your having contacting me. I have enabled your account on MLWebTechnologies.com. You should be able to logon now.
FYI, I will be releasing v.1.5.4 RC1 in a few days which addresses the issues you have described.
Mike - Web Admin MLWebTechnologies
Feature request: ability for prayer chain subscribers to reply to requester with words of encouragement, either through contact form or reply-to address. I've tried to use the setting to have the reply-to address be that of the requester when the request is sent to the prayer chain but it didn't work.
The option to mark a request as a praise report is fabulous, and the devotionals is a wonderful bit of icing.
Thank you for your hard work on this and for sharing it with the world.