Series Praying for Others

One of the great privileges of being a follower of Christ is the opportunity to pray intercessorily—to pray for others and their needs. In Philippians 1, we see the apostle Paul modeling intercessory prayer by showing us how he prayed for his friends at Philippi. That model can help us as we pray for those we care for as well.

Dates January 25-29, 2016
# of Programs 5
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, Bill Crowder
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Part 1 - 01/25/16

Bearing each other’s burdens

One sign of a healthy church is bearing each other’s burdens in prayer. Today on Discover the Word, we will discuss what it means to be “Praying for Others” with the apostle Paul’s words to the Philippians, “I thank God every time I remember you.” Paul had forged a strong bond with the people there. But since Paul was only in Philippi for a few weeks, how was that possible? Join the group today on Discover the Word!

Part 2 - 01/26/16

Praying with joy

In today’s busy world, does the thought of having to pray consistently for someone seem burdensome? Today on Discover the Word, we’ll discuss how Paul is our example when it comes to praying with joy. It’s all about relationship. Don’t miss the discussion, today on Discover the Word!

Part 3 - 01/27/16

True confidence comes in Christ alone

In the film, The Sound of Music, Maria von Trapp sings, “I have confidence in sunshine, I have confidence in rain.” But nature can’t help you when you need answers to prayer. The apostle Paul modeled true confidence. His trust was in Christ alone and the power of prayer to transform people into His image. Don’t miss this important conversation today on Discover the Word!

Part 4 - 01/28/16

Praying for others is risky business

The apostle Paul wrote to the Philippians, “I have you in my heart.” As a model for how we are to pray for others, those words may be the most powerful ever spoken. Today on Discover the Word, we’ll talk about how just as faith takes risk so does love. Find out why loving others and praying for them is risky business on Discover the Word!

Part 5 - 01/29/16

How do we best pray for others

Today, we’ll pose the question, “How do we pray for others when we don’t know what’s best for them?” In his letter to the Philippians, the apostle Paul gives us a model on how to do that,  so we can pray, even when we don’t know what to pray for. That’s  today on Discover the Word.

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