Acts 15:5 … the church prayed very earnestly …
*** PRAYER ***
~ Please pray for Les and Judy McAdoo. They experienced a car crash that totaled their car. They are fine, but suffering from some medical issues. Pray for healing and comfort.
Pray for our WIN TEAMS. Contact group leaders to join a team and be a part of the process of God as we work on What’s Important Now.
Small Group Revitalization – Michelle, Sandy C, Sharon, Patricia, John
Associate Pastor Search – Pastor John, Tim, Brian, Mark
Young Family Outreach – Larry, Helen, John, Michelle, James
Young Adult Outreach – Pastor John , Matthew, Tracie, Sonja
Engagement Pathways – Doug S, Melinda, Matthew, Steven
Pray for the church in our Community “Jerusalem”
Intervarsity at UMBC – reaching and discipling college students. Intervarsity at UMBC has 3 ways to support them 1) ongoing prayer 2) Giving financially 3) Adopting one of their small groups. See Pastor John if you need more information. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Habitat For Humanity – we collect aluminum cans each Sunday morning and recycle them with the money going to local missions.
Kairos Prison Ministry that supports, comforts, and shares with men and women, and their families, at Jessup Prison. This ministry serves those inside AND ….those outside (women who are affected by a loved ones incarceration). It helps men, women and juveniles. This ministry changes the culture inside the prison and when they get out helps them have a connection to help keep on the right track.
Pray for Church Planting Missions in “Judea and Samaria”
Ron Willoughby, Broken Wall Project, North Bend Elementary, Baltimore
Jeff Davoll and his Family, Church Planting Missionaries in Ecuador
Jon Brewin, Church on the Point, Church Planting, Sparrows Point, MD
Rob Stephens, Aletheia, Church Planting Missionary, College Park, MD
Pray for Church Missions to “the Ends of the Earth”
Pastor Radhames and Zoila Quezada, CERINFA educational program, Pimentel, DR
Caobete Church, Pastor Alvin Gabriel Gil German, in the Dominican Republic
Fredery Aquino, Pastor Radhames’ son-in-law, as he works in the United States.