It is a great privilege to pray; to bring before a God who deeply loves us, our cares, needs and requests. We believe that when we pray, God hears, and because we have prayed, we have advanced God’s purposes into desperate situations. We can pray personally and privately, and as a faith community, across our campuses we can pray for each other. We welcome your requests and you are also invited to pray with us.
Please prayer for the El-Abou family. Their 3 year old son Oliver has brain cancer and the doctors say may only have 6 months to live. Please pray for healing, peace and comfort.