Daily Prayer Requests

  • Please pray for my grandson. He is in his mid-thirties, has been married for 4 years, and has a 2-month-old baby. His father, who is a bad influence, does illegal things including drugs and being suspected in people’s disappearances, has been out of my grandson’s life for 10 years. He has suddenly returned to his life. He takes my grandson out, gets him drunk, and is a general bad influence. My grandson’s wife is now ready to leave him. Please pray.

  • Pray for all of the runners and walkers doing the races for 52.4 for the kids in India.

  • Please pray for those that are sick right now. Pray for healing and safety.

  • I'd like to be added to your prayer chain, I've been having heart problems and I'd also like prayer for a relationship between me and someone I used date that God would work in the relationship. Please also pray that I would get the assistance I applied for.

  • Prayer for family members to agree, to disagree on the vaccine. It’s becoming a divider! Also, prayer for healing for different hurt feelings!

  • Pray for a door to open for me to talk to a girl in a really dark place. My past is very similar to what she is experiencing now. So just pray that if God wants to use me as a vessel in this that He would provide a way and that He would soften her heart towards Him and open her eyes to see who He is.

  • I pray for the healthcare providers who are under extreme levels of stress right now as hospitals are being filled to overflowing. I pray that we in the community who are able will take the appropriate preventative measures against COVID and that we will do our part to slow the spread. Grant us wisdom, grant us courage for the living of these days.

  • Please pray for the work being done in India through Send Hope Now. We received the following updates and prayer requests: Please pray for the following requests shared by Pastor Guna during a phone call this week:

    • The government has asked us to take on several uneducated and homeless street kids who traveled to Bangalore from Northern India in hopes of finding work.  We have agreed to do so on a temporary basis.  Pray that their hearts will be open to hear of the love and salvation offered through Jesus Christ.

    • There is a continual watching and questioning by the government officials of our homes and churches.  They can’t understand why we do what we do without some kind of kickback to profit the pastors.  Clearly, they haven’t witnessed agape love in action!