• Pastor Mark Hisle

From the Pastor's Desk

We are talking a lot right now about prayer. Our hope is that God will shift all our hearts both individually and corporately to a place in which prayer is at the heart of who we are and all we do. Our motives will not change from just another program or feeling guilty, but from beginning to comprehend God's heart toward us.

We must understand that this is the only way to see regional transformation. Experts say that 300 communities around the world have experienced some level of community transformation traceable to unified prayer efforts by humble leaders who long to see God manifest, not simply in their churches, but in their cities. It involves things like persevering leadership, united prayer, social reconciliation, public power encounters, and spiritual mapping, Is it possible that we could be a fresh vessel for God to use?

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