DONOVAN MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday, April 23, 2017
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Prayer List

 
 

Our Expectations
We believe that God will answer prayer but we don't determine how it will be answered.   "And whatever things you ask in prayer, believing, you will receive." 
-Matthew 21:22

"Our prayers may be awkward.  Our attempts may be feeble.  But since the power of prayer is in the One who hears it and not the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference."   -Max Lucado

   

Joys and Concerns Prayer List
This list is inserted in the bulletin weekly and can be found online hereIt lets our church family know of prayer concerns and joys in order that we might pray during our personal prayer time.  Prayer is powerful! 

Phone Prayer Chain
Our phone chain is in place for pressing prayer needs for members and friends.  If you have an urgent need, please contact Thelma Hollar at 540-833-8420, who will record a message to be called to participating members by our One Call Now phone service.   We have seen many positive results from our united prayers.

Upper Room Living Prayer Center
Your schedule may be busier than ever, but with the new UMC.org, you can access spiritual support from the people of The United Methodist Church 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week. 

Your prayer concern will be forwarded to one of 300 Upper Room Covenant Prayer Groups located all over the world, who will pray for your request for an additional 30 days. More than 30,000 prayer requests are received each month. To protect the privacy of those requesting prayer, each request is edited to remove any information that would identify the person or situation needing prayer.

To visit the Prayer Request feature, click here:  Upper Room Living Prayer Center  or go to this page  www.UMC.org or http://www.umc.org/   and click the "Pray" button.   You can also submit a prayer request over the phone to the Upper Room Living Prayer Center by calling 1-800-251-2468.

 
 
The value of consistent prayer is not that He will hear us,
but that we will hear Him.

  

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