It’s been a very busy and intense season – especially w/ the unveiling and soon launch of the grassroots poverty organization, One Day’s Wages. Not just with stuff to do but honestly, stuff on my heart and mind. I’m not sure about you but I can acknowledge and admit that when I get busy, and my time and mind are scattered, the first thing to go is my rhythm, discipline, and joy of prayer.
I’ve been convicted of this again…particularly, in praying for the people of my church community. The life and roles of a pastor continue to grow and evolve but one thing shouldn’t change:
Love, serve, care, and pray for your flock. Model these things so that they do these for one another.
Questers: If you’re reading this, accept my apology for not being in faithful prayer for you these recent weeks.
With that in mind, I’m asking you a simple question in hopes that it may inspire each of us to be reminded that God hears our prayers and He often prompts us to be in prayer, care, and service for one another.
Share as little or as much as you want:
Who or what are you praying for?
Me? Well, it should be obvious. Been in prayer for numerous within our church. Not just thinking of them but praying for them.