- That in each community service, God will lead initial enquiries to the right person
- That He will have prepared this person so that they are willing to hear about Prayer Works
- That God will provide the words for each conversation
- That community service leaders will be able to identify needs specifically and clearly
- That agreement for future conversations will be made
And for us all...
That a sense of purpose and burden will grow among those who want to be involved in Prayer Works and a united team will develop.
When Prayer Works meets in March (13th) the aim will be to share the needs identified and begin to pray specifically and with expectation for Kirkliston.
If you want further information of have any queries please contact Ruth Bramwell.
We see transformation in Kirkliston through Jesus’ love in action and the united, expectant prayers of His people in response to needs identified by those serving in our community. This transformation is the establishment of right relationships; with God, in families, neighbourhoods and communities resulting in changes like lower crime rates, less poverty, better health and increased willingness to help those in need.
Prayer Works will develop working relationships with local services to identify the needs in our community, and will inspire local Christians to seek God for these needs through united, informed, specific, intentional and expectant prayer.
Empowering people to unite in seeking after God’s heart for Kirkliston, and commit to pray together until transformation occurs.
Building working relationships with local services such as the police, schools, doctors etc, asking them to identify core needs within Kirkliston, and blessing them as they serve.
Developing Jesus’ love in us so that we will truly care and diligently seek after divine transformation.
Encouraging an expectancy for change in us and in our community, through God’s power as we pray, and through Jesus love in action.
Publicly testifying to change, and giving God the glory as an encouragement to us and evidence to others of God at work in Kirkliston.
Persevering until the people of Kirkliston recognise God’s love and His practical work in their lives, and His kingdom is established in their hearts.