Pray for our local schools. Intercede for Christian administrators, teachers, and students. Ask God to use them as light in the public school system.
Pray for the pastors who lead churches in our area. Pray they will walk with God, preach His Word, and make disciples who make more disciples.
Pray for people who attend other places of worship in the community. Ask God to open their eyes to the truth of the gospel and to give them courage to step out for Christ.
Pray for people you regularly see. That would include that gas station clerk, your bank teller, and anyone else whose path you cross with regularity. See every one of them as people who cannot be saved apart from a personal relationship with Jesus.
Pray for your healthcare providers. After all, they’re somewhat responsible for your physical well-being, and they often deal with life-and-death issues. Yet, we too seldom pray for these folks.
Pray for the families who live around you. I may be wrong, but I suspect most believers pray very little for their neighbors—if they even know them. If you’re going to pray for them, getting to know them helps a lot.
Pray for government officials.
*Adapted from http://chucklawless.com/2017/12/10-ways-to-pray-for-your-community/
Worship through Giving
As God has so richly blessed us in Christ may we be faithful to use our resources for Him
If your child is interested in pursuing being baptized or learning more about believer’s baptism we are looking to begin another class on the topic of baptism. If your child is interested please connect with Pastor Jonathan or Traci Wass.
We host a prayer gathering on Sunday at 9:00 am each Sunday in the Upper Room. We would like to encourage you to attend as we seek God’s will across a variety of different topics, issues, and concerns. Please make a plan to join us next Sunday!