Starting January 13, 2019, we will be praying collectively as a church to seek God first, trusting in His power alone to create a lasting impact in our lives, our church, and our world.  And, for those who wish to join us, we will add the spiritual practice of fasting.  Below is a link to more information about fasting.

On Wednesday, February 6 we will conclude 18 Days of Prayer and Fasting with a Night of Worship from 6:30 to 7:30 pm.

For some people, daily prayer is already part of their lives.  Yet, for many of us, daily prayer may only happen at meal times if at all.  So what should a person do when they aren’t used to praying daily, or they feel as if their prayer life is stagnant.  

We have three suggestions.

1.  Ask yourself, “If God answered most of my prayers, how many people would be impacted besides me?”  In other words, are you praying mostly for you?  Try to focus on praying for others.

2. Ask yourself, “Am I leaving a space of silence for God to talk to me?”  If your prayer are a laundry list of things to inform an all-knowing God about, you will want to add time to allow God to speak to you.

3.  If daily prayer is new to you, set aside a specific time each day for about 10 minutes and pray.  

If, you have specific questions about prayer, please email one of our pastors and ask.  No question about prayer is stupid, and chances are, you have the same question many others do.  You can email Eric hereYou can email Nathan here

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