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  • Prayer Points | The Persecuted Church

    Yesterday, during our Sunday meeting, Josh led us in a time of prayer for the persecuted Church around the world. The prayer points that he used are below for your continued use, followed by a short video clip from Open Doors Ministries explaining the need.Prayer points:Pray for the physical, emotional, and spiritual protection of our brothers and sisters facing their persecutors; and for endurance in the midst of persecution. Pray for persistent faith to follow Jesus Christ and proclaim His mar...

  • Prayer Points: The Election

    On Sunday evening, October 29, we gathered together for our second quarterly prayer night. The theme for the evening was to pray for our political leaders as well as the upcoming election. Prayer points and scripture readings from the meeting are below for your continued use.2017 Quarterly Prayer Meeting Our Nation“From of old no one has heard or perceived by the ear, no eye has seen a God besides you, who acts for those who wait for him.” - Isaiah 64:4“…I urge that supp...

  • Puerto Rico Relief Fund - Sovereign Grace Churches

    Last week, Executive Director of Sovereign Grace Churches, Mark Prater, wrote a blog post about how as we as believers can help families in Puerto Rico who are suffering from the devastation of hurricane Maria. You can read the text of his post below. To visit the Sovereign Grace Churches' blog in full, click here.On September 20, Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico leaving in its path mass destruction.

  • Prayer of Confession: Barb Powers

    On Sunday, September 24, 2017 Barb Powers shared a Prayer of Confession as a part of our Sunday Meeting. The text of her prayer is below. We hope that her words continue to convict and inspire your hearts this week!Heavenly Father, we come before you this morning with our heads bowed in humble adoration for who you are.

  • From Mark Prater: How you can help in Houston

    This weekend, Sovereign Grace Churches around the country received the following message form Mark Prater, Executive Director of Sovereign Grace Ministries. As you join other believers around the nation in praying for Houston and victims of Hurricane Harvey, ask the Lord if he would have you go to Houston or give financially in order to support relief efforts. We call ourselves a "family of churches" because that's who we are, a family. Being a "family of churches" h...

  • Prayer of Praise: Stephen Deloglos

    On Sunday, August 27, 2017, Stephen Deloglos shared the following Prayer of Praise to begin our meeting. We hope that his words continue to inspire your hearts to worship this week.Father, Thy name is excellent, Thy glory high, Thy compassion unfailing, Thy condescension wonderful, Thy mercy tender. Dear Father, We come to you with Awe at your glory, With astonishment at your grace, A grace never ceasing overflowing with your love.

  • Prayer of Confession: Eliza Sturgeon

    On Sunday, July 16, Eliza Sturgeon prayed a prayer of confession as part of our time of worship. The text of her prayer is below. May it continue to inspire and convict your hearts for the remainder of the week.Father God,We stand before you today in awe of just how good you are and aware of how broken the world is, of how broken we are.

  • Prayer Points: Racial Reconciliation

    On Sunday evening, July 2, we gathered together for our second quarterly prayer night. The theme for the evening was Racial Reconciliation. Prayer points and scripture readings from the meeting are below for your continued use.2017 Quarterly Prayer MeetingRacial Reconciliation“From of old no one has heard or perceived by the ear, no eye has seen a God besides you, who acts for those who wait for him.” - Isaiah 64:4“…Bring my sons from afar and my daughters from the end of the earth, everyone who...

  • Prayer of Praise: Meredith Lewanowicz

    On Sunday, July 9, Meredith Lewanowicz opened our meeting with a Prayer of Praise. The text of her prayer is below. We hope that it continues to inspire and encourage your hearts this week.Father God, to the glory of your name, we join in proclaiming the eternal truth that you are All in All.

  • Prayer of Praise: Suzanne Verougstraete

    On Sunday, June 25, Suzanne Verougstraete brought a Prayer of Praise to our church to start worship at our Sunday meeting. The text of her prayer is written blow. We hope that her words will continue to encourage and inspire your hearts.In Psalm 145 it says, "I will extol you, my God and King, and bless your name forever and ever.

  • A Prayer of Confession: John Buffington

    On Sunday, June 18, John Buffington brought a Prayer of Confession to our church during worship at our Sunday meeting. The text of his prayer is written blow. We hope that his words will continue to encourage and convict your hearts.Lord, we approach you boldly as we know You are not only a God of love, but you are love personified.

  • A Prayer of Confession: Darla Rogness

    On Sunday, April 23, Darla Rogness brought a Prayer of Confession to our church during worship at our Sunday meeting. The text of her prayer is written blow. We hope that her words will continue to encourage and convict your hearts.Dear Heavenly Father, We come before you this morning confessing that we are sinners saved by your grace.

  • A Prayer of Praise: Rich Siefring

    On Sunday, Rich Siefring brought a Prayer of Praise to our church at the start of our Sunday meeting. The text of his prayer is written below. We hope that his words will continue to encourage and inspire your hearts.Father,We draw near to You this morning to sing praise and thanksgiving to Your Holy Name.Blessed be Your Name, for it was You who sent your Son, Jesus, into this world to seek and to save lost sinners like us.Blessed be Your Name, for it was You who gave us saving faith to repent o...

  • 2017 Quarterly Prayer Nights

    “From of old no one has heard or perceived by the ear, no eye has seen a God besides you, who acts for those who wait for him.” - Isaiah 64:4For the last few years, we’ve hosted an annual day of prayer in January to intercede for the mission of the gospel in our church, in our city, and around the world. God has used these meetings to strengthen our confidence in his power to provide for every need, and we’ve watched him marvelously answer our requests.We want to build on...

  • A Prayer of Praise: Peter Burdette

    On Sunday, Peter Burdette brought a Prayer of Praise to our church as the start of our Sunday meeting. The text of his written prayer is below. We hope that his words will continue to encourage and inspire your hearts.Father, we praise You for Your love is greater and stronger than we could ever imagine.

  • A Prayer of Confession

    Last Sunday, Tom Sturgeon brought a Prayer of Confession to our church as a part of the Sunday meeting. Many have requested the text of this prayer. Tom has provided it for us below.

  • Praying for the Persecuted Church

    American Christians are largely sheltered from the kinds of persecution believers face around the world. We don’t get arrested for giving someone a Bible, find for sharing the gospel, or beaten for pastoring a church. But many do.

  • Pray for Us

    In last Sunday's message, we saw in Mark 9:29 that prayer is necessary for spiritual work.  In fact, no lasting work ever occurs without prayer.  The Apostle Paul believed that, and frequently communicated that to his followers: "Pray for us!" So when Josh Blount, one of the pastors in our sister church in Franklin, WV,  asked how their church can pray for KingsWay this Sunday, I was so grateful.

  • Fifth Petition: God's Deliverance

    “Deliver us from overpowering temptations and the evil one” In Jesus’ prayer, He reminds us that we are in a war with the world, our flesh, and the devil as our enemies.  It is a battle for our souls and we are often out-matched.  We need help! The first part is a prayer is for deliverance from overwhelming temptation that includes riches, power, and honor which incline our hearts to believe that we do not need God.  It reminds us that we are weak and prone to sin and in need of G...

  • Fourth Petition: God's Forgiveness

    “Forgive our sins as we forgive others” The glory of the Gospel is that Jesus died to set us free from the guilt and penalty of sin.  So God has graciously forgiven those who confess their sins through the finished work of Christ upon the Cross. But an unforgiving heart cannot accept the forgiveness graciously given by God. Because we have been forgiven, a forgiven man or woman must be a forgiver.