One helpful way of thinking about prayer is to think of concentric circles. You know, the circle that’s inside of a circle, which is inside of another one, and so on. If we visualize our prayer life in this way, it can help us to pray for all the people and situations in our different “circles.” For example, your smallest circle would be your home, then your community, and eventually, your world. For some of you, there might be other circles you want to add in, such as your job, your church, your extended family, etc. That’s great! This is a flexible method that molds to help you pray for everyone in your life.
“You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” – Acts 1:8
Each day we want our church to come together and lift up specific requests to God.
- Pray for our Ridge Kids Staff and volunteers.
- Pray for the people in our community who are in need, especially as the weather changes and provides more difficulties.
- Pray for the many families being affected by the budget cuts at WVU.
- Pray for Israel during this time of conflict.
- As Christians, we should be praying consistently for people; however, that doesn’t mean we should not act as well. In tandem with your prayer this month, do something to help those you are praying for by participating in the Kindness Campaign!
As Christians, we should be praying consistently for people; however, that doesn’t mean we should not act as well. In tandem with your prayer this month, do something to help those you are praying for by participating in the Kindness Campaign!
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