SUNDAYS / 10:00 AM 

Life doesn’t always go as planned. At some point, we face insurmountable obstacles and barriers — situations that make us think there’s no way this is going to work out. But God wants to help us handle uncertainty when it comes our way. He is ready and willing to give us a breakthrough, but it doesn’t just happen spontaneously; breakthroughs happen when we seek them. And the way we seek them is through prayer.

Throughout the 7-week 40 Days of Prayer message series, we'll learn how to cultivate a powerful prayer life and experience breakthrough in our relationship challenges, financial difficulties, bad habits, health crisis, and many other areas of our life. Don’t miss a single Sunday in this life-changing series!

What does the Bible say about the deep connection between memory and prayers? Discover how praying in five dimensions can awaken our faith with a new freshness that is personal and passionate. Get ready to take your prayer experience to the next level as we look back to the cross, up into our Father’s face, inward at Jesus living inside, and forward to our future in Christ.

Nothing influences our lives more than how we view God. Our understanding of who God is, and what He is like, shapes our prayer. When we begin to experience the goodness of God, prayer becomes a delight and privilege. It fills our lives with peace, hope, and purpose like nothing else.

Guest speaker Southern Michigan Conference Superintendent Bruce Rhodes shares information with us about the Free Methodist Church appointment process, and ways in which we can best respond during our pastoral transition. Hint: it’s no mistake we’re in a season of 40 days of prayer!

When it comes to our faith, the Bible says we are not meant to remain as children but instead to grow up in Christ. Most of our problems in life are because, like Peter Pan, we’ve decided: “I Don’t Want To Grow Up!” Get a jump start on our new adventure of renewal and growth through an inside look into our 40 Days of Prayer spiritual growth initiative. We'll review the four principles for spiritual growth and action steps toward a deeper relationship with God. Spoiler alert! One of them is Sunday Church Attendance.