Prayer Plan // October 2022

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Prayer Plan // October 2022


Many believers have found the A.C.T.S. method for prayer helpful. This acronym is based on Jesus’ prayer in Matthew 6:9-13 and contains 4 pieces that are essential to prayer: Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication.

Praise God for who He is & what He has done.
Be honest before God about the sin in your life. Acknowledge the ways that you have sinned against God and others with your thoughts, words, and actions.
Thank God for what He has done in your life and in the lives of others.
Ask God for specific requests and trust that He will answer your requests according to His will, not our own.


Each day we want our church to come together and lift up a specific request to God:

With the new WVU Children’s Hospital opening, and with the difficult realities of staffing and supply shortages in the hospital systems, we want to set aside this whole month to pray for medical professionals...
  • Pray over the many children and families who will receive incredible care in our new, top of the line facility.
  • Pray for the WVU Children’s Hospital staff during this transition into the new building.
  • Pray for their emotional and mental health... pray that they find comfort and peace in the Father, the God of all comfort, and in Jesus, the Prince of Peace.
  • Pray for their physical health... pray for strength, energy, and perseverance. 
  • Pray for their families and support systems... pray for their emotional and physical needs as their loved ones are giving themselves to the care of others.
  • Pray for understanding and appreciation from their communities... pray that our hearts would be grateful for the sacrifice these people are making and that we support and encourage them however we are able. 
  • Pray for those who are faithful believers, that their faith in God does not waiver, but rather that their trust in Him grows... and for those who don’t know God to be drawn to Him.


This month, whenever you drive by a hospital, medical facility, or see an ambulance, take a few minutes to pray for those involved — both the patients and also the staff taking care of them.
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