When: Wednesday, February 26th, 7:30pm

Where: Calvary Chapel Chattanooga, in the sanctuary

Eikon is a gathering of 18 to 35 year olds that exists to connect People to God, People to People and People to Mission. Wednesday will be a great evening of worship and teaching!

Who are you inviting?

“I’ll be praying for you.

We all say it, don’t we? A friend shares an upcoming event, a difficult season they’re walking through, or an illness in their family, and we almost automatically reply with an “I’ll be praying for you.” But for many of us, though our intentions are pure, we forget until we see them the next time!

So how do we change this? How do we get intentional about prayer? Here are three quick suggestions to help us in this area:

  1. REMEMBER THE POWER OF PRAYER. Though the world throws around phrases like “thoughts and prayers” lightly, true prayer is a two-way communication with the God of the Universe. Prayer also changes us, molding us more into the image of Christ as we draw near to Him. If we remember how powerful the gift of prayer is, we will be more likely to take it seriously and get intentional.
  2. MAKE A LIST. So often, when we sit down to pray, a million things compete for our attention. Make a list of what (and who) you want to spend time in prayer for. Take those names before the Lord. You’ll not only remember everyone, but you’ll also be able to look back on your prayers for days, weeks, and even years to come.
  3. RECLAIM YOUR COMMUTE. Most of us spend a lot of time each day behind the wheel of our car. Instead of another Spotify playlist or podcast, reclaim that time by praying. Maybe it’s just an out-loud conversation with God about your day, or bringing the names you’ve listed to Him. If the family is together in the car, it’s a great time to talk about what you are each thankful for and what you can pray about as a family.

Prayer is powerful. It changes the world, and it changes us. As Corrie Ten Boom once said, “What wings are to a bird, and sails to a ship, so is prayer to the soul.”

CAN WE PRAY FOR YOU? Send a request to our prayer team: care@calvarychatt.com Just write "Prayer Requet" in the subject line.

Calvary Chapel Chattanooga
3415 Broad Street
Chattanooga, TN 37409

Ph: 423-752-0004
Email: Click Here

Sat: 4&6pm, Sun: 9&11am