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Prayer



The main purpose of
prayer—whether traditional 
Christian prayers, daily Bible
verses, spontaneous pleas for 
help or expressions of praise
and thanksgiving—is to 
connect us to a Higher Power,
to deepen our relationship
to our Lord, and to affirm our
hope and  faith in God’s love. 

Come pray with us.

 

Recent Prayer Stories

Thoughts about a beloved uncle and the faith he inspired

by Rev. Pablo R. Diaz, D.Min

Gratitude for a grandmother in her final resting place

by Rick Hamlin

Reverend Dr. Pablo Diaz

Are you feeling alone or facing a challenge where you need God's guidance? Send us your prayer request. Caring volunteers will pray for you on October 1, God Is with You Day of Prayer.


Reflecting on everyday moments through the eyes of faith and prayer

by Rev. Pablo R. Diaz, D.Min

They are, after all, in God's hands.

by Rick Hamlin

Reverend Dr. Pablo Diaz

Reverend Pablo Diaz on the importance of recognizing the Lord as the source of your blessings.


Mary Lou Carney

The unborn baby was in breech position, requiring expensive surgery and a longer recovery for his mother. Would he flip in time?

by Mary Lou Carney
, Chesterton, Indiana

 Woman looking in mirror.

In this excerpt from Extraordinary Answers to Prayer, Scripture and faith helped one woman overcome a disfiguring illness.

by Marilyn Ludolf


An answer to an age-old quandary shows up on a smart phone.

by Rick Hamlin

An earth angel to others finds herself on the receiving end of the healing power of prayer.

by Janelle Spooner
, Keeseville, New York

Meet an artist with a rake and a broom. And blessings.

by Rick Hamlin

How to keep your ongoing prayers for others fresh and strong–from smart phones to email and Facebook, even singing!

by Rick Hamlin

close-up of praying hands

One woman's meaningful birthday gift makes a lasting impression.

by Annette Milford
, Tucker, Georgia

The battle I’ve seen waged by loved ones who’ve been plagued with cancers of every stripe is one of emotions and faith and finding hope when there was no hope, praying through pain and fear.

by Rick Hamlin

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