Pray for your church
Teach Us To Pray:
A 19-Day Prayer Guide
The early church was spread across countries and cultures, Quankey is one church ,and while we are one church family, it’s not unusual to have a special affection for those we labor with and worship alongside every week.
When you’ve prayed, believed, served, sweated, and celebrated together, you develop a love and trust for one another. That’s the bond Paul shared with the church in Philippi, and it’s the kinship we experience with the people at our church every Sunday.
What do you see God doing at Quankey that is unique or different from years’ past?
Who makes coming to church special for you? Thank God for the names and faces that come to mind.
Whose partnership in the Gospel are you thankful for today?
How do you feel about the people you attend church with each week?
Is there anyone at Quankey you need to forgive or extend grace to?
Is there anyone Quankey you need to ask forgiveness from?
What do you want to see God do Quankey this year?
What does Quankey need to further its dreams for our city?
Not sure where to start? Reread Paul’s prayer for his friends in Philippians 1:9-11. How might you pray this in your own words?
Sit a moment longer. What do you feel the Spirit saying to you as you think about our Quankey family?