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: Please pray for the broken and unchurched people beginning to attend our church. Pray they see Jesus through us and desire to know Him personally. Pray the Lord uses our discipleship efforts to unite our church body and aid in spiritual growth. Pray the doors opening for our activity in the school system will continue so we may serve the students and teachers.
Planter: Nick Smith
Day 2 Request: Pray we trust the Lord to provide a physical meeting place so we may better provide for the sick and needy in our community.
Planter: Mar Cher
Location: New Bern
Day 3 Request: Please pray for the families in our community who will be reuniting after deployment. Pray homes will be mended and life will return to normal with loved ones back safely.
Planter: Zac Cunningham
Day 4 Request: Pray for the Lord to open the hearts of the lost who hear the gospel. Pray for those who have come to Christ to continue to grow in their faith.
Planter: Anthony Hall
Type: African American
Day 5 Request: We praise God for the growth He has accomplished in and through our church. Pray the Lord will give us wisdom to move forward and make decisions as He blesses with fruit and spiritual growth.
Planter: Michael Reavis
Day 6 Request: Please pray for each new Hispanic church we are planting. Pray the Lord uses them to reach the Hispanic community for His glory.
Planter: Robert Fernandez
Day 7 Request: Pray for God to give us wisdom in transition as we move to a new space and worship times. Pray we are good stewards of this change and effective in reaching our neighboring communities.
Planter: Josh Reed
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.”