I’ve been taking a hiatus from praying at Resurrection Sanctuary during the holiday season. But that will change in Friday, January 12 when once again the church will be open for prayer.
On Fridays, I am committed to prayer at the church from 7:00 am until 2:00 pm. People can drop in at any time. I especially encourage those who want to pray for the Nipomo schools to come at 8:00 am, and those who want to pray for our families to come at 9:00 am.
On Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 7:00 am, please come join me in incorporating Psalms and other Scriptures in our prayers, and joining our prayers with other Believers throughout the world and throughout history.
I’m excited to announce that Nipomo Churches Together will be sponsoring a community prayer gathering on Thursday evening, May 5, from 7:00-8:15pm. It will take place here at Resurrection Sanctuary! Our address is 110 N. Thompson Ave. in Nipomo.
Beginning March 1, I will be focusing much of my prayer efforts on revival, and specifically on the upcoming event, Azusa Now. In many ways, Resurrection Sanctuary House of Prayer was birthed out of TheCall Berkely in October 2014, so Azusa Now is something that has captured my attention and prayers since I first heard of it, and immediately made plans to attend.
Many of my prayers these days end up being about revival anyway, especially about personal revival for myself and loved ones, and true revival in the Church.
I hope to be posting our updated prayer schedule soon.
On the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attack on our nation, let us remember how churches opened their doors in the days following, so that we might gather in prayer. Resurrection Sanctuary will be open on Friday from 7:00am until 9:00am. Everyone is welcome to come and pray for our country.
There will also be Prayer Chapel hours from noon until 2:00pm.