Unleash the Power of Prayer in Your Life
Life doesn’t always go as planned. At some point, you’ll face impossible obstacles and barriers
— situations that make you think there’s no way this is going to work out. But God wants
to help you handle uncertainty when it comes your way. God is ready and willing to give
you a breakthrough, but it doesn’t just happen spontaneously; breakthroughs happen when
you seek them. And the way you seek them is through prayer.
Throughout the 40 Days of Prayer series, you will learn how to cultivate a powerful prayer life and experience breakthrough in your relationship challenges, financial difficulties, undesirable habits, a health crisis, and many other areas of your life. Don’t miss a single weekend of this life-changing series!
40 Days of Prayer is a church-wide campaign written by Rick Warren to unite our congregation in prayer. You will learn how to pray with more confidence and greater faith than ever before.
Most people in our church are struggling with a difficult situation or circumstance. They need a breakthrough in their life. It may be a breakthrough in their marriage, health, finances, job, or an important relationship.
Breakthroughs always begin with prayer.
Throughout this campaign, we will:
Learn to pray for breakthroughs
Develop a daily habit of prayer
Grow our attendance
Unify our congregation
Experience God's blessings
The lessons in 40 Days of Prayer will help us pray persistently and trust God for everything.
The sermons on the Sundays in Lent will also emphasize the weekly themes.
Call 563-380-7069 and sign up for a small group that will meet for 6 weekly sessions between March 3 and April 21.
ALL GROUPS WILL MEET AT THE CHURCH but invitations to meet in homes will be welcomed.
The cost is of the journal is $6. It contains the study guide for each small group lesson, daily prayer prompts throughout the campaign, space for weekly sermon notes, and suggestions for further study. An additional resource book is available for $9. These are reduced rates thanks to a grant and a gift from a congregational member.