Impacting Cities & Communities thru Prayer
A Community of Prayer Champions, Praying Churches, Prayed-for Communities
Since the primary focus of our missional mandate in Jacksonville is to “empower leaders to equip Christians to embrace a 'prayer-care-share' lifestyle,” it is incumbent upon us to understand the…Continue
The power of the church rests in the kingdom of God! What does a transformed city look like? In what ways should the presence of the Lord impact our culture, communities, and society? How can I be…Continue
Do you realize you are vital to the growing spiritual harvest that is taking place in this city? Every person in Jacksonville needs to hear and have the opportunity to respond to the Gospel of Jesus…Continue
At the local vigil for the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando Sunday, Rev. RL Gundy conceded that finding forgiveness in the face of such hatred was challenging. "How do I look you in the face and say, 'Love your enemy?'” he wondered.
I know where RL is coming from....There is much to say, there are so many…Continue
Lance Wallnau, says, “You get to choose the environment you create. You can create an environment that draws people to the Kingdom or pulls them out.”
Rather than adopting your street with the intention of implementing program, folks who join http:lovejax2020.org and sign up to adopt their street spend time…Continue
Tim Keller says, "We should not decide how to pray based on the experiences and feelings we want. Instead, we should do everything possible to behold our God as he is, and prayer will follow." Maybe that's why we need to build and maintain a prayer altar in our heart? We need to be there, in God's Presence, not just ‘experience’ His kingdom power, peace and prosperity.
Years ago, my view of prayer was radically changed by a little booklet entitled, My Heart, Christ’s Home. …Continue
"Stop calling some neighborhoods good and some bad!.... It categorically denies the dignity, worth, and value that God places in every human being, meanwhile, minimizing the ugliness and sin that exists in our own hearts and the lives of those who live in neighborhoods we think of as good ones," says our friend, Ruth Arnold, the Director 2nd Mile Ministries.
If we read and absorb this blog, I believe we will find that Ms Arnold has pulled a fast one…Continue