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FCC’s Prayer Ministry is a vibrant ministry that is focused on the many needs of our congregation and our community. Everyone is welcome to join us at our prayer meetings, where we come together to pray over individual needs, our church staff, our ministries and volunteers, our city, and our government. If you need prayer or know someone who does, we’d also love to have you.

If you’re needing a personal visit (home or hospital), please see our Lay Chaplain Ministry page.

Parents, this prayer guide was assembled with prayers from FCC staff and members especially with you and your children in mind. God wants us near to Him in the calm and in the storm. Prayer is one of the best ways to stay close to Him.

This guide contains 30 days of prayers you can pray over your children. If you don’t have children, use these prayers to pray over the children of your friends or extended family. There is power in prayer. We hope you join us by downloading this .pdf and covering our children in prayer over the next 30 days!
Click on the picture below to get started.

  1. Relational Cynicism – Thinking the worst about others

    With God’s help, I will get rid of all bitterness and skepticism. I choose to believe the best about others and be kind, compassionate, and loving. I will love and forgive others as Jesus has loved and forgiven me.

  2. Negative Filtering – Dwelling on the negative

    God, by Your power I take every thought captive and make it obedient to the truth of Christ. Because You’re good, I choose to think on what is good, right, true, helpful, lovely, and worthy of praise. As I trust You, may Your peace guard my heart, soul, and mind in Christ Jesus.

  3. Absolute Thinking – Everything is black or white, right or wrong

    As Jesus loved and accepted me, I will love and accept others. This is God’s Word. Rather than always being right, I’m called to always be loving. Rather than just making a point, I choose to make a difference. In humility, I choose to love others above myself.

  4. Blaming – Thinking like a victim

    God has given me a life and a mind of my own. By His grace, I will own my choices and choose God’s best for me. I’ve been given everything I need to accomplish everything God wants me to do. In Christ, by His power, by His blood, by His stripes, by His Spirit, I will overcome. I am an overcomer by the blood of the Lamb and by the words of their testimony.

“For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”

Matthew 18:20 (KJV)