none

How alive in love are you?

God has a global family of affection He calls a “house of prayer” (Isaiah 56:7). Every believer is a unique “living stone” in the house. Prayer is simply a way we express our love relationship with God that flows out of the house to the community around us.

GETTING STARTED

Teach Us to Pray
“Teach Us to Pray” is for groups, families, or friends who want to know how God shaped them for prayer and want to overcome common obstacles to a thriving prayer life. In this 6-session interactive experience, you’ll grow together and learn to help others grow in prayer too.

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

Session 4

Session 5

Session 6

UNITING IN PRAYER

Let’s pray for:

  • Ministries in Ukraine and surrounding regions to reach many with the hope of the Gospel (Romans 15:13).

  • Students to continue growing spiritually in community throughout the summer (1 Timothy 4:12).

  • People facing financial hardship to experience the provision God has for them (Matthew 6:33).

  • Mothers and fathers to feel loved and appreciated (Matthew 19:19).

Saturday Prayer Call
Join us in prayer for our nation, world and community on Saturday mornings at 9 a.m. To learn more, email prayer@wooddale.org.

PRAYING AS A FAMILY

Spring is a great time to start prayerwalking as a family once a week in your neighborhood. Pray for the neighbors on your street by name. Plan your route with your kids and include fun stops like the local park.

Prayer Starter Kit for Families

If your family could use some practical help in developing a thriving prayer life, click on the button below to get started.

VICTORIOUS PRAYER

Are you ready to get off the sidelines and get equipped to pray powerfully for your life, family, and community? Join us for a free 8-session interactive class covering power tools such as love, truth, repentance, surrender and unity.

Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. February 24 to April 14
Room 155 at the Eden Prairie campus

To register, email prayer@wooddale.org.

To learn how you can make an impact through building a culture of prayer, please contact Kristine at prayer@wooddale.org.