As the New Year rolls around, our minds often wander to reflecting about what things we want to bring change to in our own lives. Working out, eating healthier, or picking up a new hobby are all good endeavours. Yet why not pursue a goal that has a more significant eternal impact? Why not pray more?

The truth is that most believers struggle with having a healthy prayer life. So many of us consider prayer an afterthought of our Christian walk, even though time and time again we see in the Scriptures that prayer precedes victory. The call to converse with our maker ought to be a delight, yet we often treat it as a duty. Through this series over the next several weeks, we will be looking through selected passages on prayer to help us to see how it can change our attitudes, ambitions, and situations as we grow in relationship with God. Through delving into the Word of God, we hope to highlight the different parts of prayer and the overwhelming value it has in bringing the Kingdom of God here and now.

As Martin Luther said, “To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing.” How many of us are holding our breath? In God’s sovereignty, He uses the petitions of His people in powerful ways! So Let’s Pray!

 

Let’s Pray Series Resources

 

On the Right Side of History

Abbotsford – Jan 28, Acts 4:23-31

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The Disciple’s Prayer Part 2

Abbotsford – Jan 21, Matthew 6:11-13

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The Disciple’s Prayer

Abbotsford – Jan 14, Matthew 6:9-10

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Rooted and Established in Love

Abbotsford – Jan 7, Ephesians 3:14-21

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Prayer and Providence

Abbotsford – Dec 31, Romans 8:26-28

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Men’s Community Groups

Type of Group: Sermon Based/Bible Study
Day Of The Week: Various
Age Range: All Ages
Location: Abbotsford Campus

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Type of Group: Bible Study
Day Of The Week: Various
Age Range: All Ages
Location: Abbotsford and Mission Campuses

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Northview Young Adult (NYA) Community Groups

Type of Group: Bible Study
Day Of The Week: Various
Frequency: Bi-Weekly
Age Range: 18 to 29 years old
Location: Abbotsford
Description:
Looking to get connected? Young Adult Community Groups are a great place to start! Community Groups are between 10-20 people and meet twice a month. A typical night includes prayer and study.

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