Devote yourselves to prayer, keeping alert in it with an attitude of thanksgiving.
TW Hunt says, “Prayer is one of the greatest privileges a believer enjoys, and the greatest source of power on earth. Prayer is many things…talking to God, listening, communicating, asking and receiving. Above all, prayer is a relationship. It is not one-sided communication with a distant God. Prayer is a conversation between us and God. As amazing as it sounds, the almighty God actively seeks fellowship with human beings. Through Jesus Christ we can enter God’s holy presence and pour out our hearts to Him. The Bible teaches that God cares about our needs, hears our prayers, and loves to give good gifts. Prayer is the way we enter God’s presence, enjoy His friendship, learn from Him, and allow Him to change us in the likeness of Christ so that we can join His divine work.” (excerpt from Life Changing Power of Prayer)
We pray for you
When the prayer ministry receives your request, you can be sure someone has asked God for His care and direction regarding your request. Call anytime at 334.277.2937.
Intercessory Prayer Room
As members of the Body of Christ, volunteers enjoy the privilege of uniting as one voice on behalf of others in our city, state, nation and around the world. Intercessors ask God to move on behalf of people, nations and circumstances. Requests come in via written requests, email, worship cards, web or phone.
You may call anytime at 334.277.2937. If an intercessor does not answer your call, please leave a clear brief message.
Our immediate goal is to occupy the Prayer Room fourteen hours each day. We invite your participation by signing up in an available one-hour time frame. To do so, contact Barbara Holly at 567-4094 or email@example.com. You can also contact the church office, 272.2304
- Prayer for Revival
Tuesday mornings at 7:00 a.m. in the chapel
- Prayer Chain
Just as a chain has many links, so the prayer chain has many voices praying when a specific request has been activated. The first call is made and each person knows who to call thereafter until all involved have been notified and have prayed. To become part of this vital ministry or to activate the prayer chain call the church. Prayer is the first step, not the last resort.
- Partners in Prayer
This ministry pairs church members with the staff of Morningview Elementary School for a one year commitment to pray for and encourage that person. The church provides a lunch at the beginning of each school year and gives teachers bags of school supplies. It is here that partners meet one another. To participate in this ministry call Kem Holley, 272.2304.