We are facing challenging times as individuals and as a church like never before. Fears and concerns are not just for those in our community, or our country, but around the world. The scripture clearly tells us that in difficult times we should turn to God in Prayer.

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
Philippians 4:6

Daily Prayer:

Each morning we will post a relevant scripture as part of our Morning Motivation. As you read and reflect, offer up prayers to God to start your day.

At noon join us on Facebook or Instagram for Community@Noon. Each day (Monday–Saturday), a different staff member will lead us through a devotion and take prayer requests. We will conclude that time in prayer exactly at 12:15 pm. We are inviting the congregation to stop and pray every day at 12:15, remembering Hebrews 12:15

See to it that no one misses the Grace of God.
Hebrews 12:15

Things to Pray About:

Pray for the Sick & Vulnerable: God give those who are sick and vulnerable:

  • A fast recovery and full healing.
  • A community of friends & family who provide laughter, care, and love.
  • The peace that only You can give during trying times.
  • An ability to trust in your will, no matter what that looks like.
  • An eternal hope in Jesus that no pain, sickness, or suffering in this life can ever take away.

Pray for Government Officials: God, give our government leaders:

  • The heart of Jesus to lead like a servant.
  • Wisdom to discern what is right, just, and best.
  • Words that bring clarity and confidence rather than confusion and fear.
  • The peace that only You can give during trying times.
  • Safety as they run toward the problems rather than away.
  • A sense of purpose and joy in their public service.
  • A swift end to this pandemic.

Here is a list of some of our local leaders you can pray for by name.

  • Florida Governor: Ron DeSantis
  • Tamarac Mayor: Michelle Gomez

Pray for Healthcare Professionals: God, give our healthcare workers:

  • Wisdom and strength as their endurance are tested.
  • Faith that will triumph over fears of the unknown.
  • Clear, sound minds to focus on protocols and prevent spreading.
  • Peace that only comes from You in the midst of chaos.
  • Protection from the virus for themselves so they can treat and care for those inflicted.
  • Words of comfort and compassion to offer every patient they see.
  • Grace for their coworkers who are also feeling overwhelmed.
  • The love of Jesus unleashed in every hospital and doctor’s office.
  • Protection for their families as they take the stress home and try to remain present.

Pray for Our Church

  • Pray God would empower us with His love, and we would unleash it every day, to everyone, everywhere.
  • Pray for healing that God might use our love to bring healing physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
  • Pray for peace over uncertainty, trust over worry, faith over fear.
  • Pray for witness that people would see Jesus through our love.
  • Pray for conversations that we would be attuned to opportunities to explain our hope during these trying times.

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Another opportunity to draw closer to God is by fasting during the 21 days. Biblical fasting is voluntarily giving up something that is part of your daily routine in order to draw closer to God. You REPLACE the time you would have spent on what you’re fasting from with God. All through Scripture, God’s people fasted and prayed when they wanted to draw near to God, hear from Him, and seek answers to prayers. Fasting has always been most closely associated with food. Some will choose to give up food entirely for a certain period of time. Some may choose just one meal per day, not going out to eat at all, or a single food item. Maybe coffee is your morning routine and for 21 days you choose to give that up. You can fast from anything that is part of your daily routine—TV, social media, games, etc. What’s important is that it’s something that will remind you multiple times each day to spend time with God. You don’t just eliminate something, you replace it with Bible reading and prayer.

Send an email to mystory@communitycc.com to share your 21 Days of Prayer experience. Share how spending time in prayer and His Word has impacted you.