MINISTRY LEADERS, FAMILIES, MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS
Revive Your Marriage in 2021!
January 25-February 14
21 days to revive your marriage in 2021!
Whether 2020 pulled you apart or together as a couple, there's a new 21-day challenge for reviving your marriage through prayer and passion.
The Marriage Revival Challenge will run January 25-February 14 with daily emailed challenges and three webinars with guest speakers.
Here's what to expect:
- A scripture passage
- A discussion question
- A couple's challenge activity
- A prayer to pray together
All delivered daily to your inbox, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at 6 am!
- FIRST WEBINAR: January 30 via Google Meet at 5:30 pm
- SECOND WEBINAR: February 6 via Zoom at 5:30 pm
- THIRD WEBINAR: February 13 via Renton church's Facebook & YouTube livestream at 2:30 pm
Daily challenges and webinar links will all be available with your email subscription.
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About Prayer Ministries
“Prayer is the work of a lover,” says Francis Chan. And those who love the Lord with all their heart and with all their soul and with all their strength (Deut. 6:4), will be drawn to prayer.
Calling God’s people to the priority of prayer in all aspects of life is the mission of the department of prayer ministries. We do this by modeling, resourcing, and equipping the Body of Christ for prayer, worship and outreach.
At the conclusion of the Altar Project (year 1), a head elder shared how family worship has changed in their household. During the 30 days, the children became the guardians of the family worship time. It was the children who called the family together nightly to worship God. Now that the 30 days has ended, family worship continues in their home as a way of life. This demonstrates the purpose and role of Prayer Ministries—to strengthen the spiritual growth of our members through the experience and privilege of prayer.
Prayer Ministries Vision
Every home occupied by the more than 20,000 WA Conference members, should be a church where the family worships God. Charles Spurgeon said, “Every house should be the house of God, and there should be a church in every house.”
Our vision is for every Adventist home in Washington Conference to be a house of prayer and ministry center in their respective communities. Thus, we will take the light of the Gospel currently shining within 120 church buildings, and multiply it in more than 5,000 homes across the conference.