Prayer at BCC
Prayer underpins everything that happens at BCC. We all pray. We pray during our Sunday services, our ministers pray, our staff team prays, we pray in our Life Groups, we pray over our church and city, and we pray with other churches. We pray about everything!
Prayer Pointers for Pastor Mark's Trip to America, Oct-Nov 2018
Pastor Mark is travelling to America. Please use these prompts to pray for his trip:
That he would hear from the Lord strongly in his own personal devotions each day; and that the Holy Spirit would speak to him and guide him clearly from Scripture (Numbers 7:89)
That he would enjoy personal replenishment from repeated daily infilling by the Holy Spirit, and the joy of receiving from highly productive ministry wherever he travels (Acts 13:52)
That he would enjoy great favour with all the people he encounters (Acts 2:47)
That God’s Kingdom would be extended, built up and strengthened in him wherever he goes (Acts 10:38); and that there would be deep and impactful ministry to Mark that would bear lasting Kingdom fruit (John 15:16)
That strong relationships would be forged with all the churches and ministers that Mark visits, leading to excellent Kingdom results (1 Thessalonians 2:1)
That God would grant Mark answers to all the prayers that he has been praying before, during and after his trip (Philippians 4:6)
That Mark would have great strength and courage; and that he would know the closeness of God to him wherever he is (Joshua 1:9)
That he would enjoy and know the full armour of God in all situations during his trip (Ephesians 6:10-19)
That Mark who receive full practical protection in all aspects: for healthy meals and clean water; for restful sleep; for protection against any illness; for great communications ability via phone and internet; for an easy adjustment into new time zones on both legs of the journey; and for full protection against any accidents or injury (Psalm 5:11)
That Mark and Kathy and also the BCC team and church back home would know the peace of God that surpasses all understanding for the duration of Mark’s trip (Philippians 4:7), and there would be no interference from the enemy of any kind while he is away.
That Kathy and Mark’s wider family would be blessed and protected while he is away away, and that he would be successfully reunited with them upon return home (Genesis 45:16-18)