Latest Prayer Requests (Print Version)
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NAMB Prayer Requests
Pray for strength for our church as we recover from some internal conflict. Pray for the new believers we are seeking to disciple. Pray for single moms who are in tough circumstances. Pray for the college-aged and young adults we are reaching. Pray for the many newlyweds and new parents in our church.
Since precautions for COVID-19 were lowered last year, hospital chapel services, Sunday worship and a Bible clinic have been re-implemented, and a weekly prayer clinic has been added. We thank God for that. My 13-year-old son, Tytus, recently accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior and has been baptized. Please pray his newfound faith and love for Jesus spurs others to give their lives to the Lord and that this will rejuvenate fellow Christians.
Please pray the teaching of our small care groups in Nogales, Ariz., and in Nogales, Mexico, will be effective. Pray our leadership will remain unified as we grow and for our Sunday sermons. Pray God will provide the resources for some much needed interior renovations and for a van to pick up brothers and sisters who are crossing the border with Mexico to attend Sunday services.
Please pray for our Unit Ministry Team (UMT) as we engage soldiers, share truth and grace, and seek to promote sound judgment as we make decisions that impact various groups of people.
I serve as the only chaplain for 200 residents and 85 staff members in a multi-level senior care center. There are several, including staff, who have never accepted the Lord into their hearts. Please pray they would be receptive to hearing the gospel and then respond. Pray, also, for my sister who is battling terminal cancer. Thank you.
Pray God will increase our church a thousand times in quantity, quality and missions outreaches, both locally and globally.
Please pray with us as we are contemplating a new direction. God seems to be moving us to replant as a Millennial-focused congregation. We have several 20–30 somethings who would attend if we began a congregation geared toward them.