Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Prayer Update - September 7, 2011

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Featured Church/Mission: Exeter Presbyterian Church (profile), Exeter, New Hampshire (Pastor Steve Magee)

1. Please pray for our new intern, Nathan Snyder, that his time here would be a great blessing to him, to the church, and to the kingdom of God.

2. Thank the Lord for 15 years of worship at EPC as of September 8th and 31 years of marriage for Candy and Steve Magee as of September 6th :-)

3. Pray that the Lord would bring others to our daily worship services Monday through Wednesday at 9am. We are praying, singing, and going through Numbers and Deuteronomy this fall.

4. Pray for one of our deacons, Dave Herrod, who will be teaching our theology class this fall using a new Catechism of Christian Unity that focuses on Christian essentials.

Featured Potential Church Planting Site: Lakes Region, Maine (profile links below)

1. Pray for the people of the thirteen towns that make up the lakes region of central Maine, including Casco, Bridgton, Naples, and Raymond. Pray for good economic opportunities for the many involved in tourism-based industries.

2. Pray for the further establishment of the church in this region.

Featured Potential College Ministry Site: Plymouth State University (profile), Plymouth, New Hampshire

1. Pray for the students, faculty, and staff of Plymouth State University, part of the University System of New Hampshire.

2. Pray for the ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ to the students there.

MNA Committee work:

Burlington: Continue to pray for The Vermont Project in Burlington, VT. Pray in particular for:

1. Strength, peace and encouragement for Joseph Pensak and his family as the transition in Burlington continues.

2. Deepening friendships with those on the campus of the University of Vermont.

3. Financial support towards the work in Burlington.


Vermont: Please pray for the ongoing recovery in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene, that the gospel might profoundly impact the people of Vermont through deeds of love and mercy.