Prayer Works “Prayer is simply talking to God like you would talk to a friend” Quote: Pastor Alfred Young   Prayer
 
Connects us to God Prayer is the link that connects us to God.
 
Develop a hunger for God Ask God to help you want him more than anything or anyone else in your life. When your hungry for more of God, you’ll naturally be motivated to meet with him in prayer.
 
 Seek intimacy with God Be willing to make drawing closer to God a top priority in your life. Make whatever changes you need to make in your life to allow yourself to spend significant, consistent time with God daily in prayer. Set a goal to spend 7 minutes a day with God. Deliberately build a life around your relationship with god.
 
Pursue God with passion Overcome complacency and distractions that may cause time away from God. Simplify your life in such a way that creates space for you to build your relationship with God. Ask God to give you passion for people and situations that are important to Him so you can pray with passion for what most matters to God.
 
Prayer Opportunities Request Prayer Online website prayer request. Is it possible to set up a way that people can send us a prayer request on our site?
 
Sunday Morning Prayer request cards are in the weekly bulletin. Simply fill out your request and drop it in the offering basket and our prayer team and staff will cover you in prayer. Go to website and make a request?
 
 
Saturday Morning Prayer Every Saturday morning people call into our prayer line to pray for our Sunday services, our vision, the resources to fulfill God’s vision, and for each other.  The call lasts from 10 to 15 minutes. 1-641-715-3286 Access code: 230892#
 
Sunday Morning Prayer After the services on Sunday our Prayer team is available to pray for you and your needs.
 
Prayer team ministry For those who feel called to make a difference through prayer. Our prayer team prays before each service for the people who will be attending and those who will be leading in worship. To learn more about how you can serve on the prayer team.  Ask me