Pray for the team of four young adult Tentmakers at Gethsemane as they minister to develop a young adult ministry in the church. Pray for this ministry to flourish and draw in additional young adults to the church.
Ask the Lord of the Harvest to call evangelists and persons with gifts for church planting to prepare for ministry.
Please join us as we pray for those who are getting to know Jesus. God is working in people’s lives, breaking addictions and drawing people closer to Him and each other.
Praise the Lord for the participation of many young adults in the new Red Deer (The River) church plant. Pray the Lord of the Harvest to send out even more workers.
Today we serve a free Christmas dinner to about 175 needy and lonely people in our community. Pray that our guests will find hope in Christ.
Pray for all the visitors that will attend church services tonight and tomorrow. Pray that they will see Jesus not only in the Christ child but the Jesus who died for their salvation.
Pray for Emily Nash, wife of Pastor Nate Nash, as she continues to battle recurring tumors on her brain. Pray for Nate and their 2 small children as they support Emily.
Pastor Kevin Skaret was ordained on November 26th. Pray for Kevin as he serves the congregation at Hope in Barnesville.
Continue to pray for these churches that are going through pastoral transition: Bethel Ridge LBC, Faribault, MN; Salem LBC, Grand Rapids, MN; Gethsemane LBC, Rochester, MN; Bethany LC, West Union, IA; Inspiration LBC, Breckenridge, MN.
Matt Rieniets has been installed at Stavanger LC and will be working alongside Pastor John Juhl and Seth Johnston serving this church. Pray for him and the other pastors as they serve.
Pray for the seminarians from the Pacific Region that are taking courses via distance learning: Russ Krause (Stanwood WA), Isaiah Bai (Eugene, OR), Marcus Goodman (Olympia, WA), and Ben Breslin (Rancho Cucamonga, CA).
Pastor George and Jacqui Schweitzer give praise that their MN house was sold, and they have moved into a house in Kyle, TX. Pray that new relationships that they are making will bear fruit for God’s kingdom.