Seeking prayer partner

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The Center would send out prayer requests on a consistent basis to the partners' address asking for prayers for issues like: Christian parents — to uplift them in their spiritual walk or that Christian marriage become models for our world, or for specific names of people that are given to us. It does not matter in what format, in what place, during what time someone chooses to pray as a partner for CCF. It does not matter if the prayers are long or short, or even if they are said daily, every other day, or once a week.

We just care that a Prayer Partner is committed to praying for our specific issues — consistently! We are seeking Prayer Partners who really believe in the power of prayer. We are seeking those who really believe that God works outside the box and that He asks us to pray — "give us this day our daily bread," and to "pray without ceasing. We feel that even though the Concordia Center for the Family needs finances to continue to move forward, that the uplifting of our fervent, heartfelt, humble prayers is what is most important. Asking for prayers is often an afterthought, and put in a second position to raising funds.

The priorities are backwards. After all, don't we all want every child to get to the home our heavenly Father has created? Would you be willing to commit to prioritize some time to pray for specific needs that the Concordia Center for the Family brings before a group of Prayer Partners? The Concordia Center for the Family will be sending out — via — on a regular basis, needs to be prayed for. If you are willing to us, please to be included in the list.

Up Here. Look to Jesus! Families Together, Abiding What's Your Story? What Is A Prayer Partner? Pray With Us Would you be willing to commit to prioritize some time to pray for specific needs that the Concordia Center for the Family brings before a group of Prayer Partners? FaithConnector Church Websites.

Seeking prayer partner

email: [email protected] - phone:(171) 122-1902 x 1601

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