Prayer

Prayer

Series start date: September 8th, 2019

In this 4-week series, we will consider the topic of prayer. From exploring reasons that some biblical characters prayed, we will challenge the church to enter into a more robust personal prayer life, as well as encourage participation in the communal prayer life of the church. Through this series, we will prepare for our 21 days of prayer in October.

Sermons in this series

  • Fully Charged
    Prayer

    Fully Charged

    Dion Frasier

    by Dion Frasier

    Preaching

    September 29th, 2019

    It is undeniable that the early church placed heavy emphasis on the practice of prayer as a community. In key moments in the story of the early church, we find them praying. In one particular episode, while the church was praying, the house where they were praying began to shake. In this last sermon of the series, we will be encouraged to participate in a 21 Day prayer event. May God shake our house, shake our lives and move powerfully amongst us.

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  • Low Battery
    Prayer

    Low Battery

    Dion Frasier

    by Dion Frasier

    Preaching

    September 22nd, 2019

    Sometimes we feel apathetic, disinterested, discouraged, weary, frustrated and all alone. Do we pray when we feel this way? Do we pray for those who are feeling this way? May we be driven to our knees to pray to God. May we have ears to listen and a heart to feel his reassuring message of hope, strength and the confidence of being part of Gods faithful community.

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  • GPS
    Prayer

    GPS

    Dion Frasier

    by Dion Frasier

    Preaching

    September 15th, 2019

    One of the most important features of mobile phones is the GPS app that gives directions and helps us to get to our desired destinations. Several of Paul’s prayers for the church were based on a desire for the church to find its way and position in God’s kingdom.

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  • Airplane Mode
    Prayer

    Airplane Mode

    Dion Frasier

    by Dion Frasier

    Preaching

    September 8th, 2019

    Why did Jesus withdraw from the crowds and his disciples repeatedly? The scripture says that Jesus “often” withdrew to lonely places to pray. In this initial sermon, we will look to Jesus to give us direction in our own prayer lives. It is important for us to “disconnect” so that we can connect.

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