VUMC is called to be a house of prayer to all nations
The Power of Prayer
"Hear my prayer, O Lord: listen to my cry for mercy. In the day of my trouble I will call to you, for you will answer me..."
Our weakness makes room for his power, when we go to Him in prayer. He knows our every want and need. Hopelessness can be turned into hope through prayer. God is pleased when he sees His people in prayer; it is the barometer of the church. Make a vow to pray more in this year for your own concerns...
Check out VUMC's Prayer Opportunities below:
For more information about each Prayer Opportunity, please contact our church office at (269) 649-2343.
Prayer Hot Line
The Lay Servants in VUMC are willing to support you in phone prayer and join you in lifting up your needs to God. You may call them at any time; John Cleveland , Ken Franklin, Steve Fryling, Brad Hanson, Laurie Nic, David Penning, Kathy Phillips, and Vera Walker.
Every Monday morning a "Monday Report" is emailed out to this chain of church members. It includes a list of all the prayer concerns and praises from Sunday's Worship. If you would like to be added to the prayer chain, please fill out the form below. Prayer Concerns & Praises can also be entered in the form at any time, 24/7. Your concern/praise will be raised in prayer throughout the week.
One of the first places to start in building a church into a house of prayer is with prayer for the pastor and his family. Many think pastors have few problems, and they mistakenly believe that people in full-time Christian service have special favor with God that protects them from the ordinary difficulties of life. But, pastors experience all the same difficulties as their church members do, plus they have the incredibly demanding job of leading a church.