A Call To Prayer

“God is always doing 10,000 things in your life, and you may be aware of three of them.”

John Piper

If God is doing 10,000 things in our lives, imagine what He’s doing around the world. Even in these days of Coronavirus; especially in these days of Coronavirus. Clearly, we won’t know the full extent of what He’s doing until eternity. But one thing seems clear. He is stirring His people to pray.

As I have thought and prayed through where God is leading us as a church during these days, I have felt a clear leading to call us to consistent, specific, and corporate prayer. We need regular touch points with each other and we need regular rhythms of spending time with Jesus. As the people of God, we have a responsibility to be seeking Him on behalf of our city, our country, and our world. As Christ’s ambassadors in this world, we have an obligation to be opening our doors to our community, even when we can’t do so in person.

So, last night a group of us got together to pray online. A few of our leaders led the call but we were all able to participate or just sit back and be reminded that God is still in control. It ended up being a really powerful time. So, we’re going to do it again tonight at 8pm. Not only would I love to have you join us but I would also encourage you to invite others, whether they go to church or not and whether they believe in Jesus or not. We may not be able to gather physically but we can still come together spiritually.

You will find everything you need to join us at rcc.church/prayernight.

See you tonight!

One thought on “A Call To Prayer

  1. Thank you Pastor John. I will try to join you. I am in the process of trying to increase my satellite internet minutes so that I can.I do not have high speed internet or WiFi at my home in Spotsy, VA but feel free to call me on the telephone whenever you need to.The cool thing is that Jesus gave you practice in advance at having an entire mobile Church with the Library service and before that the wonderful Gathering College Campus! I am so joy-filled how you have blossomed into such a Servant Pastor of all age groups!Jesus is Faithful and True(th)!Blessings,ServantFriendKaren

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