Prayer at Grace Chapel

If you would like us to pray for you, please email the prayer team. We would be happy to seek the Lord on your behalf. However you describe prayer, it is one of the most incredible privileges known to mankind. You might ask, why? Think for a moment – the Creator of the Universe desires for us to have personal interaction with Him through prayer…what a sacred invitation. God doesn’t want prayer to be something that intimidates us, but rather an invitation to a deeper relationship with Him. He invites us to commune with Him. He invites us to talk with Him, to share our hurts, joys, cares, and challenges. Prayer reminds us that God is accessible!

At Grace Chapel, prayer is woven throughout the fabric of who we are. Whether the Elders pray before and during their meetings, pray with the congregation during our celebration of Communion, or go to someone’s home to pray, prayer is important to our spiritual leaders.

Our staff prays for and with our church family frequently. A prayer team of about 30-35 committed adults prays weekly for folks and as prayer needs arise. We have a team of dedicated people who pray during our services.

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Prayed for 16 times.

Michelle Moss

On behalf of Eric Larsen and myself thank you for your continued prayers for our brother Jeff! (Jeff fell Aug. 8th and is paralyzed. He has been in rehab then at the VA recovering) After a very difficult few weeks at the VA Jeff came home (NC) last Thursday! He was welcomed by his wife and 6 yr old son to a beautifully decorated Christmas house, a new wheelchair accessible bathroom, ramp, and garage. After 4 months of hospital life...Life got a 1000 times better in an instant coming HOME! His wife is his caregiver and will be doing his therapies and driving to appointments. Jeff has gross motor movement of his right arm, so can drive an electric wheelchair. He has some movement in his left arm. The doctors are hoping he is 1/2 way on where he will be long term. Jeff is working hard on strengthening his left arm in hopes to be able to transfer himself out of his wheelchair. Continued prayers for healing and his transition to a completely new life at home. They are looking forward to the arrival of their son Jackson in March.

Here is where you can get updates if interested.

Merry Christmas!

Received: December 13, 2020

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