“But when you pray” is a simple statement that implies we are people of prayer. It also implies we are in a growing relationship with the Lord. Our prayer can’t be monitored or forced upon others, so we ask that you take on the privilege of prayer, not the burden, in going to the throne of God and making your requests known to him. We want you to be led to pray, to have joy and excitement about the ministry happening here. We humbly want our prayers to prompt others to know Jesus better and grow closer to him. God loves when his children pray. He hears our requests.
Would you consider joining in a season of prayer as a church body? Beginning on Saturday, September 1, and for the following 30 days we will send you an email each morning that will encourage and guide your prayer for specific ministries/people at NFC. If you would like to join us on this journey please click here to sign up. Let’s join together in prayer!
“But when you pray, go away by yourself, shut the door behind you, and pray to your Father in private. Then your Father, who sees everything, will reward you.” Matthew 6:5-6