“Pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people.”
Other Ways To Submit Prayer Requests
- Call our church office @ 705-673-6110.
- Text our prayer phone @ 705-561-2025 on Sundays between 9:45-11:30 am.
- Email email@example.com.
- Put a prayer card into the offering basket at the service. Prayer cards are available at the service.
Who will pray for my prayer request?
The Church! As we come to utilize this online tool more and more of our different members will browse to this page and see your requests and pray for them. They can even encourage you by clicking the “I Prayed For This” button which if you have supplied an email will send you a notification that someone has prayed for you.
Prayer requests are also submitted to a few dedicated prayer teams made up of members of All Nations Church that meet weekly. There is also a special team that prays during the service for the requests that come in via the prayer text number.
Please note that your prayer request will be passed through a moderator before becoming public on the page. Select “Share This” for your prayer to be publicly displayed on the wall along with your name. Select “Share This Anonymously” if you want your request public but without your name. Select “DO NOT Share This” if you would prefer your prayer request to not be public but rather to go directly to the prayer teams instead.
I had a friend and he was my dearest and best friend. There was great love and understanding between us. We were there for each other. I loved him greatly and still love him. He means a lot to me. But in January we had a small misunderstanding and since then he has stopped talking to me. I tried many times to set things right between us but he is adamant. He ignores all my messages and it has greatly affected me. He is the only friend I have. I miss him greatly. I am emotionally disturbed. I have been praying to God to give him back to me. I humbly request you to pray for me – for my friend to understand. He also needs emotional and physical healing. He is very sick.