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.
We believe that God wants to help us handle uncertainty when it comes our way. God promises that he is the God of the breakthrough, but quite often breakthroughs don't just happen spontaneously; they happen when we seek Him and the way that we seek Him is through prayer.
Throughout the 40 Days of Prayer series, learnt how to cultivate a powerful prayer life and experience breakthrough in many areas of our lives. This series is simply about deepening our understanding of who we already are in Christ and learning what flows from that.
learn to pray for breakthroughs
develop a daily habit of prayer
understand the secrets to answered prayer
experience God's blessings
grow closer as a community
Prayer is the first thing, the second thing, the third thing necessary to a minister. Pray, then my dear brother; pray, pray, pray.
Think of what He can do, and how He delights to hear the prayers of His redeemed people. Think of your place and privilege in Christ, and expect great things!
To benefit most from this series you'll need to be part of one of our 40 Days mid-week groups please sign up today using our online form.
We are expecting there to be testimonies of breakthroughs, answers to prayer or encouragements that you want to share as a result of this series. If you do have a testimony please let us know by emailing the church office or by completing our testimony form.
Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the one who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference.
Prayer should not be regarded as a duty which must be performed, but rather as a privilege to be enjoyed, a rare delight that is always revealing some new beauty.
God can handle your doubt, anger, fear, grief, confusion, and questions. You can bring everything to him in prayer.
Beware in your prayers, above everything else, of limiting God, not only by unbelief, but by fancying that you know what He can do. Expect unexpected things ‘above all that we ask or think.
What the church needs today is not more machinery or better, not new organisations or more and novel methods, but people who the Holy Spirit can use - people of prayer, people mighty in prayer. The Holy Spirit does not come on machinery but on people. He does not anoint plans, but people - people of prayer.