Our lives should be informed by and marked by prayer. Our God desires us to seek Him and pray to Him. When we pray with confidence to the Sovereign King, we bring glory to Him and joy to His heart. We want to be, always, a prayerful people and a prayerful church.
Every January, we focus our attention on praying for racial reconciliation, the sanctity of human life and the nations. We cry out to God on behalf of the voiceless. We advocate for those who have no one to stand up for them. We ask God to protect and care for those who are persecuted. Our Father cares deeply about racial diversity and unity, the protection of life and the nations, and as His sons and daughters, we should care deeply, too.