Tagged: “Prayer”


Going, Going…Gone!

Every summer Grace Polaris Church sends out short-term teams to engage in new cultures among new people for the sake of the Gospel. Participants hope to draw nearer to Christ and have an impact for Him in a variety of locations among a number of different types of people.

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Prayers for President Trump and the Church on this Inauguration Day

As Christians, there is one thing in which we do find agreement when it comes to the office of the President of the United States of America, we must pray.

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Going to Haiti as a Learner

People tend to focus upon the things they hope to accomplish, but I don’t often hear people consider what God might want to teach them during their time overseas.

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If I Gave You a List

Faithful praying for our global workers is directly proportional to our personal relationship with the worker, knowledge of the field where they serve, and our commitment to invest time asking for the Spirit’s direction and fruit.

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Training Leaders for the Spread of the Gospel

Pray for Pastor Dan Green and I as we leave to join Jason Carmean in Yaoundé, to lead a two week teaching module at the Bible Institute of Cameroon.

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Raising Our Voices

While God doesn’t answer prayer by the location of our bodies, the size of our groups, or the length of our petitions, those things are not irrelevant; for when they are fleeting, they can indicate the passion and dependence of our hearts.

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Core Value: We Practice Pervasive Prayer

As we think of prayer we normally think of it as, asking God for “stuff.” It should be thought of as much more than this. Communing with God is a better brief description of prayer.

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A (Heavenly) Citizen‘s Prayer

A prayer from 1 Timothy 2:1–7 for citizens of heaven who find their presence firmly on planet earth: I urge, then, first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone— Thank You for the privilege of being heard, Lord, by our Creator…

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A Thankful Heart

A wise man once said, “The mark of a mature believer is a thankful heart.” The Bible would confirm this statement, and Jesus would echo this truth. According to the account of the ten lepers in Luke, the ratio is just one out of ten.

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Brothers, Pray for Us!

As we think about the history of the Church and the enterprise of carrying out her mission to “Go and make disciples of all nations,” we inevitably think of the Apostle Paul, who was the first—and arguably the greatest—missionary of all.

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