Sunday Morning Prayer Teams
You are invited to pray for the needs of our church family, our ministry in the community, spiritual revival, and whatever else the Lord brings to your heart! Please join us every regular Sunday morning from 8:30 to 9:00 am in the classroom closest to the southeast outside door. If you would like to be contacted about this ministry opportunity, please get in touch with one of the following team leaders:
- 1st Sundays of the Month: Hal S.
- 2nd Sunday of the Month: Dave H.
- 3rd Sunday of the Month: Paul F.
- 4th Sunday of the Month: Dick N.
- 5th Sunday of the Month: Lee W.
Online Prayer Ministry
Would you like to submit a prayer request here on our website? Please click the “Share Your Prayer Request” button below and follow the instructions on the form that appears.
If you want your request to be posted publicly on this prayer page and sent out by email to our prayer chain list, then select the “Share This” option on the form’s drop down menu. If you want to share your request anonymously, then select the “Share This Anonymously” option. If you want your request to be shared only with our pastors and elders but not with anyone else, then please select the “DO NOT Share This” option.
Please do not use the prayer wall for announcements or other types of information. If you would like to post something along those lines, please visit our church Facebook page or contact the church office. We reserve the right to edit a prayer request for brevity or appropriateness, or to reject a prayer request that may violate another person’s privacy or is otherwise inappropriate.
All prayer requests go to one of our site administrators for review, and will be posted to this Prayer Wall as soon as possible. Once your request is posted, an email will be sent to everyone who subscribes to our prayer chain list, usually within 1-2 hours.
“Whatever you ask in my name, this I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If you ask me anything in my name, I will do it.” (John 14:13-14)
You may add your prayer request to our prayer wall using the form below. Once your prayer request is received, we will share it according to your instructions. Feel free to submit as many prayer requests as you like!
Another prayer request... For my friend, Deb. Her Dad, David, is not doing well. Will be anytime now. Thanks Barb Belstene
Received: December 11, 2017
I'd some prayers for my dad, Eldon. He is starting his second round of chemo. This time seems to be a lot harder on him then the first one.
I'd like prayers for my friend's husband, Randy. He has cancer all over and it does not look good for him. They are afraid that his kidneys will fail. Also his memory is affected by all this.
Thank you. BARB BELSTENE
Received: December 8, 2017
Hello Church Family, I was contacted last night by my sister, Kay, who lives in Spencer, IA. Her husband, Jeff, who is 55 years old, has lost 30 pounds in 5 months - unintentionally. He had a seizure at work yesterday; was transported to the ER where he had two additional seizures. Scans were done and they found that an area in the brain is not getting blood flow. It was inconclusive as to the reason why. He was then transported by ambulance to Sioux Falls, SD - the regional hospital. There will be further testing today. I'm asking for prayer for my brother-in-law and Kay. Thanks for your love and prayers! Kimberly Shields
Received: December 7, 2017
Please pray for Tami's brother Mark Hall. He just had a stroke. His left side is paralyzed and he's in Sioux City at Marcy Hospital. He is diabetic and this is his third stroke, and he also has thyroid disease. He does not know the Lord, which is what he needs the most. Please pray for his health and especially for his salvation and Tami's witness to him.
Received: December 1, 2017
Update on Shirley Warne: Shirley has moved from Madonna Rehabilitation in Omaha to Heritage House here in Atlantic at 1200 Brookridge Cir. Please continue to keep Shirley in your prayers as she recovers from her stroke.
Received: November 28, 2017
Please pray for our 5 year old grandson, Cooper, as he heads up to Minneapolis for another stage in his fight against pediatric cancer. The previous cryotherapy procedure in September was successful in removing the tumor but another tumor has formed in the same area. The doctors have determined the best course of action is to have high dosage chemotherapy treatments followed by stem cell transplant therapy. Kristi and Mike will be with Cooper at the University of Minnesota hospital for several months as he has 3 of these sessions. Cooper can continue with kindergarten in Minneapolis, and he is a strong little fighter in this battle. Thanks for continuing to pray....we appreciate your dedication to prayer and your support. In His Name, John and Becky Holmes.
Received: November 13, 2017