Pleasing God, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ


If you are too busy to pray then you are too busy. – W.E. Sangster

In this section you will find articles and resources that will help you develop a full and God centered prayer life.

We take seriously the Lord’s command that His Church be a house of prayer. Several prayer meetings are held each week, including men’s, women’s and mixed groups. On the right is a list of upcoming prayer meetings. They are open to all and we hope to see you at one or more this week!

Is It So With Us

LUKE 9:28-33 -28 Now about eight days after these sayings he took with him Peter and John and James and went up on the mountain to pray. 29 And as he was praying, the appearance of his face was altered, and his clothing became dazzling white. 30 And behold, two men were talking with him, Moses and Elijah, 31 who appeared in…

Refreshed And Renewed By Prayer

LUKE 5:12–16 – While he was in one of the cities, there came a man full of leprosy. And when he saw Jesus, he fell on his face and begged him, “Lord, if you will, you can make me clean.” And Jesus stretched out his hand and touched him, saying, “I will; be clean.” And immediately the leprosy left him. And he…

Prayer: Understanding It From God’s View

John 17:9 – I am praying for them. I am not praying for the world but for those whom you have given me, for they are yours. THEME OF THE DAY. PRAYER: UNDERSTANDING IT FROM GOD’s VIEW. If we were to do a survey of our private prayer lives, how would we rate the balance between how much time we give praying…

The Marks Of A Healthy Church

Today’s scripture provides the necessary elements for a church to be healthy (Acts 2:42). All of these must be active, alive, and safeguarded if we are to model God’s design for the church He reveals in His Word. There are four identified by Luke. First, there must be the commitment to sound Biblical teaching or doctrine. The next element in a healthy church is fellowship among God’s people. A third element in a healthy church is observance of the Lord’s table – “the breaking of bread.” The final element in a healthy church is a vibrant prayer ministry.

Why Pray?

Why Pray? It is a question I ponder often. It is a good question for each us. Why do we pray? There are multiple reasons. Some have valid Biblical support. Some may not. In the simplest of reasons, we pray because God commands us to pray. There are other reasons. We want God to do something in our lives or situations; we need help beyond ourselves; and we ask Him to intervene in the lives of those we care about for things like salvation and healing. Yet, a true understanding of prayer goes beyond those reasons.