Why Receive Prayer Ministry?
There can be many life circumstances, ingrained behaviors, or false beliefs that rob us of of our promised, abundant life with God. 1 Thessalonians 5:23 says, “May God himself, the God of peace, sanctify you through and through. May your whole spirit, soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.” Prayer Ministry is a highly effective way to upgrade the perspectives and expectations we hold on all of life so that our entire being can come into agreement with God’s best for our lives. Won’t you consider the list below for examples of life’s challenges that Prayer Ministry can help with? If one or more of these resonates with your heart and mind, we encourage you to make an appointment!
Indicators that Prayer Ministry can help you:
- You feel anxious, frustrated, or afraid due to current world circumstances.
- You have a habit of disconnecting from your feelings, telling yourself to “forget about it.”
- You reach for alcohol, narcotics, food, or inappropriate behaviors for comfort from painful experiences or memories.
- You feel sad or depressed on the anniversary of a death or traumatic experience.
- A physical illness or trauma has dramatically or adversely affected your lifestyle and/or outlook on life.
- You have been the victim of physical, sexual, verbal, or other type of abuse.
- You live with the secret shame of a past abortion.
- Depression, despair, hopeless or other negative thought patterns are your “norm.”
- You feel alone, abandoned, rejected or unloveable.
- You aren’t certain who God is or if He is ignoring you.
- You engage in any self-destructive behaviors (e.g. substance abuse, overeating, cutting, etc.)
- It is impossible to forgive someone for a terrible wrong against you or someone you care about.
- You define yourself by something bad from your past that you did or that was done to you.
- You feel inferior, unworthy, degraded, or a failure.
- You seem powerless to stop engaging in wrong behaviors.
- Your grandparents, parents, and siblings have exhibited similar self-destructive behaviors or health challenges (e.g. a family history of alcoholism, divorce, physical illness, incarceration, etc.)
- You have fears and anxieties or a sense of panic that you may or may not voice to someone close to you.
- Your life’s circumstances feel out of control or on a downward spiral.
- You feel guilty or ashamed.
- You’ve experienced a significant relational break with a friend or family member. You are no longer on speaking terms.
Make an appointment! It is our HONOR to serve you!