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"Pray All the Time"

"Pray All the Time"

   Halle Erwin
   10 May 2019


“Be cheerful no matter what; pray all the time; thank God no matter what happens. This is the way God wants you who belong to Christ Jesus to live.” 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

As a faith-based organization, prayer is a part of all that we do—especially before our staff meetings, community events, and throughout mission trips. We pray for each other, for our partners, donors, and sponsors. We believe for supernatural strategy and efficiency as we reach to see Every Child a Whole Child.

Here are some of our prayer points:

  • Our partners: We pray that their generosity and investment
  • Our sponsors: We pray that their relationship with and commitment to their sponsored child
  • Our donors: past, current and future
  • Organizational prayers and praises for the variety of things across departments, sites, and our board.
  • Staff personal concerns and praises: it humbly connects us all.
  • Prayers before meetings: We ask that God guide our discussions so that we continue to make decisions in alignment with our mission and vision.

We come together to lift up our gratitude for all He continues to give us opportunities to do. We come together to spread the love He commanded us to share.

So Why Do We Pray? We pray to feel closer to Him, to become more unified in Him, to humble ourselves, to feel His power and His love, to seek guidance and feel protection, to grow, to feel, and to share faith, hope, and love–His LOVE. 

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