FRIDAY, January 29th

24 Hours of Prayer

The 29th is our Day! We cover the entire day (12:00am - 11:59pm) in prayer for our community and church family.

 

We are a praying church and would gladly pray for you. 

The City Church

We are a part of the larger church in Eugene/Springfield and Lane County! There are 40+ other churches who pray on the other days of the month. Since May 2015 our community has been prayed for continuously (24/7/365)... and we have seen answers to our prayers!


To read stories of answer prayer go to http://onehopenetwork.org/testimonies.


PRAYER LISTS

Thank you for joining in prayer for Norkenzie and the greater community. Here is a framework for your 30-60 minutes. Pray through the acrostic A.C.T.I.V.E. and then on to the Prayer Lists!

A.C.T.I.V.E.
COMMUNITY
NORKENZIE
A.C.T.I.V.E.
COMMUNITY

PRAY FOR THESE 10 SECTORS IN OUR COMMUNITY


Church

Pray for the power of the Holy Spirit to transform every Christ-follower into the image of Jesus more.

 

Pray for church and ministry leadership teams: God’s vision, wisdom and power for 2021.


Pray for the Eugene Mission after the COVID-19 outbreak: healing, wisdom, health and protection.


Education

Pray for Students: that they would have hope, focus and the ability to learn at home.


Pray for Families: for grace and understanding as they interact together and with their schools.

 

Pray for Teachers: for peace and grace to balance their workload, student needs and their home life.


Government

Pray for God’s wisdom upon every local city governments’ mayors, councils and staff.

 

Pray for county, city, business and non-profit leaders to work collaboratively for greater fruitfulness. 

 

Pray for the effective implementation of the “homeless systems transformation,” and for wisdom to guide the community’s efforts for more youth emergency housing.


Business

Pray for local businesses to rebuild, rehire employees, and become profitable again.


Pray for local business leaders to have perseverance, wisdom and hope to navigate this season.


Pray for the local “workplace:” encouragement, good morale and healthy productivity.

 

Pray for local business leaders to have a healthy work/life balance: personal health, family relationships, etc.


Arts

Pray for Christ-honoring writers, musicians & visual artists to receive a fresh anointing to create with God.


Pray for God's wisdom and provision over local theaters & galleries; for peace & safety when venues reopen.


Pray for Jesus-following artists to lead the way with a hopeful tone through their art in 2021.


Family

Pray for families as they engage this unique school season: God’s guidance, strength, and peace.


Pray for God to strengthen marriages with joy, agape love, and good communication.


Pray for families to engage in healthy activities, relationships and resources that strengthen them.


Healthcare

Pray for God’s healing hand to be upon COVID-19 treatments and the administration of the vaccine.


Pray for protection and resilience for health care providers (HCPs) and their families.


Pray for HCPs to have God’s wisdom, strength, perseverance and good health.


Police & Fire Departments

Pray for the encouragement, wisdom, peace and safety of those serving in our police and fire departments.

 

Pray for First Responders to be “ambassadors of peace,” bringing peace to every situation.


Pray for more first responders to be hired, and for those hired to be of noble character.


Media

Pray for God’s Spirit to draw the hearts of local media leaders to follow Jesus.

 

Pray for the staff of the Register Guard and the Eugene Weekly newspapers to be guided by the Lord.

 

Pray for God’s hand to be on local TV and radio stations to cultivate greater community understanding.


Sports

Pray for all local athletes to find ways to be strengthened and developed as athletes.

 

Pray for God to guide those who oversee the UO athletic department: God’s wisdom and eternal perspective.


Pray for God’s guidance for high school/college athletic programs, as they decide how and when to compete.

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