FRIDAY Prayer Guide

“Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him and praise His name. For Yahweh is good, and His love is eternal; His faithfulness endures through all generations.”  Psalm 100:4-5 HCSB

Jake Rhoton, Minister to Youth

  • Please pray this verse for Jake: I will sing about the LORD’s faithful love forever; I will proclaim Your faithfulness to all generations with my mouth." Psalm 89:1 HCSB
  • Pray that our youth will stay focused on Christ and they navigate this time of no school.  Give them opportunities to feel part of a community.

“Sing to Yahweh, you His faithful ones, and praise His holy name…I can sing to You and not be silent. LORD my God, I will praise You forever.” Psalm 30:4, 12 HCSB

Christian Men’s Job Corp, Dan Worley             

  • Please continue to pray for this ministry, for those who lead the volunteers and for the men to whom they minister. Pray for their needs to be met, both financially and ministry-related. They are still very much in need of meals to be served to the men. Check online
    to sign up to provide a meal. 

Christian Women’s Job Corp, Suzanne Hack

  • Pray for CWJC as they help to heal, encourage and support women to move past their circumstances and become better than before…to have a changed life!  Praise for all of those who give of their time and resources to help these women in crisis.

Deacons, Bible Study Teachers and Leaders

  • Pray for a hunger and thirsting for God’s Word and an obedient spirit for all of our leaders and family of faith as we seek to serve Him in our daily walk.
  • From Bob Hartland, Deacon Chairman: The Deacon fellowship was challenged to remain mindful of the qualifications written in 1 Timothy 3. We must lead by example. We committed to lift Paul Etter and his family up daily in prayer for the month of October as our honored staff member. We will honor a different staff member each month. Many exciting things going on in our Church as we seek God’s will as to our role in the advancement of His Kingdom. Our prayers remain that we never lose focus that it is not about how we worship but that we worship our Savior.