Prayer is one of the most important facets of the Christian life.
Our Father in heaven knows what we have need of even before we ask, and knows what is best for us better than we know ourselves. The Lord wants to give us every blessing He has planned for us but He can not act in our lives unless we invite Him to do so. The Lord will not act against the freewill that He has given each and everyone of us. Earnest prayer opens the way and gives God the consent He needs to do what He desires in a believer's life.
Prayer can change lives drastically. When we pray individually, we can work miracles for ourselves and those we touch with our prayers. When we pray collectively for His will to be done, Christians can change the course of history. Prayer will stem the tide of evil.
Our church places great emphasis on prayer. Prayer in worship, thanking Him for His wisdom, power, and grace and praising Him for His goodness. Prayer is petition, seeking those things that we need in our personal lives that will help us live a strong and meaningful witness. Prayer is intercession, as when we pray for God to touch the lives of others so that they will come to know the truth and be blessed with the greatest gift a person can obtain, eternal life in His presence. We encourage individuals to pray incessantly. There are prayer partners available at anytime for those who feel a need to pray with someone else. We can call upon God together, over the phone, after every church service or meeting.
After every church service, prayer counselors will be available at the altar for any prayer needs.
"Is anyone of you sick? He should call the elders of the church to pray over him and anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord"
- James 5:14
If anyone has a need for prayer or wants to request prayer for others or a special need, please contact the Church Office at 954 424-8046 or e-mail your request to the Church Office. These requests are e-mailed out by the secretary each day to the ministry team of the church.