Prayers: Week of March 8, 2020

Mar 08, 2020   •  

Prayer and praise will be our power house: ‘“Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the Lord Almighty.”  We urge all believers to raise up the church in prayers, expecting God to move and act.  The church staff will be praying over these requests every Wednesday from 11:45 am – 12 noon.  Please join them wherever you are to uphold CCC and her people in prayer.  Additional requests may be submitted to the pastors.

Pray in thanksgiving for God’s presence in our lives:

  • Thank you, Lord, for more daylight.
  • Thank you, Lord, that nothing is too hard for You!
  • Thank you, Lord, for prayers that others are lifting to You for me!
  • Thank you, Lord, that You walk alongside me, when I must go through change.
  • Thank God that we may share in the joys of our brothers and sisters!

Pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ:

  • Pray for healing and strength for those in fragile health and others struggling with medical treatment and recovery. 
  • Pray for God’s peace for those in nursing or needing homebound care.  
  • Pray for those in despair after the recent tornadoes and storms.
  • Pray for containment and effective treatment for those with coronavirus and protection for healthcare workers as they serve those who are ill.  
  • Pray for Pastor Josh and his family as they adjust to life with baby #2.
  • Pray that we may encourage someone with a fearful hearts this week, ‘Be strong, do not fear.’ ” Isaiah 35:4

Pray for CCC:

  • Pray our worship is always focused on the one true God.  Do not forget the covenant I have made with you, and do not worship other gods. Rather, worship the Lord your God; it is he who will deliver you from the hand of all your enemies.”2 Kings 17:38-39 NIV
  • Pray for our Tuesday Worship congregation, that they may trust God with the uncertainties of their workplace.
  • Pray for the work of Standing Committees of the Board, that each may meet the challenges of day-to-day operations.
  • Pray for our Sunday School children, that we will train them well in the knowledge and love of Jesus.
  • Pray for others who use or visit our church building, that we may be good hosts and they may experience God in this place.



To Think About: In Proverbs, God’s guide to living, we are reminded that each age has its strengths which are to be respected.  Our church needs both the energy of the young and the wisdom of the old to prosper. The glory of young men is their strength,gray hair the splendor of the old. Prov 20:29 NIV