are shared each month by church planters across the state. Seven of those planters are featured on our website weekly, for specific and intentional prayer.
Day 1 Request: Pray that the Lord will produce in our hearts a desperate desire to reach the unchurched and the lost.
Planter: Jack Pugh
Location: West Jefferson
Day 2 Request: Please pray God opens individual hearts and families to His truth and our ministry in strategic areas of the community.
Planter: Carlos Alvarenga
Day 3 Request: Pray for a greater commitment to God's work within our church body.
Planter: JG Mwamba
Day 4 Request: Join us in praying for Laotian Christians who were and are being persecuted in Laos because of their faith in Christ. Pray for the safety and future of the country, especially that God will open doors for Christ to be made known among the people.
Planter: Bounyong Vongsa
Day 5 Request: Please pray we trust and depend on the Lord for the resources and the support needed to establish and promote the ministries within our church vision. Pray for the Lord to strengthen us as we pray and seek to fulfill the call He has laid on our hearts.
Planter: Marcus Gainey
Type: African American
Day 6 Request: Pray for the Lord to give fruit in our ministry to the Jewish community. Pray for walls to be broken down and spiritual bondage to be undone. Pray for the Lord to provide financially for His work to be accomplished through our church in our community and world.
Type: Howard Taylor
Day 7 Request: Pray for the strategic area of Hickory. Pray the Lord would equip and send church planters and leaders who will work together to make Christ known, impacting lostness in and around this strategic city. Pray for the Lord to send revival and spiritual awakening to the Hickory area!
Pray for the Lord to call out and send church planters into His harvest fields in North Carolina. Matthew 9:37-38: (37) then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; (38) therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”