Let Us Pray For You!
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Are you in difficult situation right now?
Let our pastor and congregation pray for you.
At First Baptist Church of Cordova, we believe in the power of prayer. We have been witnesses to the mighty move of God through our humble and sincere prayers; offered in faith and in the name of Jesus Christ. We invite you to share prayers requests that you may have. We will commit to praying with and for you. We also want to empower you to pray for yourself and others. Anyone is invited to attend our weekly prayer service at 6:00 each Wednesday night.
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
Have something you need to pray about?
Do you know someone else that does?
Fill out the form below and let our pastor and congregation pray for you.
By completing this form, you are providing us with as much or as little information regarding your prayer request that you feel comfortable sharing. At the end of the form, you will have the option to keep the request private (between you and the pastor as all information will be submitted to the pastor’s secure email) or to let others pray for you. This option allows us to share general information in our weekly bulletin.
* Our pastor is bound by the American Baptist Churches USA Code of Ethics. Unless otherwise stated, or in the event of imminent harm to self or another person, information provided will be held in confidence.
Throughout the Bible, we see illustrations of many different families. A couple takeaways are that all families are different and many families experience some level of turmoil or conflict. The good news is that there is hope.
Will you allow us to pray for your family?
When we think of relationships, we often think of our immediate family: spouse, significant other, or children. In reality, most of us have several relationships that we navigate on a daily basis. These relationships may be in the spheres of work, church, communities, extended family, or close friends. Whenever there is more than one person involved, there is a potential for strain or tension. The Apostle Paul encourages us to be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, and faithful in prayer. Are you experiencing difficulties in your relationships with others? We are here to pray with and for you.
Our world has been rocked and knocked off its axis as we have experienced the global pandemic of COVID-19. Many people around the globe have become seriously ill or died as a result of this disease. At the same time, there are other illnesses and diseases that continue to find their way into our families, bodies, and minds. Throughout Jesus’ ministry He performed many miracles of healing and deliverance. We can choose to believe that miracles are happening today, they just might look different from person to person.