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Prayer comes First. And Second. And Third.

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It's been said, "Prayer comes first... and second... and third." Prayer is one of the primary ways that we stay connected to God, and it is a crucial discipline in the life of the believer.

If you need prayer, or if you would like to find out how you can pray for others in our church family, see the resources below.

I need prayer

Our church leaders and volunteers would be honored to pray for you. To share a prayer request, request online or text PRAYER to 33933.

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I would like to pray

If you would like to join us in praying for our church, our leaders, and our community, join our Boiler Room Prayer Team by filling out an interest form.

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Resources to help you with fasting and prayer

Use these resources to enrich your prayer life, pray through God's word, and learn why we fast and how to do it.

Tips for Fasting and Prayer

Use these helpful tips to guide you in daily prayer and times of fasting. 

Fasting: Why and How

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Praying WITH God Together as a Family

As you pray together as a family, use these markers to help your kids move through an age-appr...

Fasting With Kids

Building habits of grace into the lives of our kids can be a joyfully difficult task—and we be...

ACTS Prayer Resources

Use the acronym ACTS to develop a balanced prayer life and communicate with God in a way that ...

How to Pray Through Scripture

Use this example of how you might read through, meditate on, and respond to a Bible passage th...

Six Books to Strengthen Your Prayer Life

Strengthen your prayer life with these six resources recommended by Pastor J.D. and the Summit...

Five Practical Prayer Tips from Pastor J.D.

In this article, we share 5 practical tips for cultivating a habit of prayer from Pastor J.D.