We believe prayer is an essential component of every believer's spiritual journey. This is never more true than when navigating deeply personal issues like sexual brokenness.
On-Site Prayer Intercessors
During our support programs, we have individuals who spend the evening with us simply praying. Their focus is to support the volunteers as they serve and participants as they engage with difficult issues.
Off-Site Prayer Intercessors
While our support programs provide a safe environment for growth and healing, the rest of the week can be difficult for our participants. The off-site prayer intercessors confidentially lift up the specific needs of participants throughout the week.
From time to time, we host a time of prayer in preparation for a season of ministry or to seek direction for the future. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Sometimes I wonder if my prayers just bounce off the ceiling. Either I'm praying for something that I'm never meant to have the answer to, or I just don't hear or see an answer. Praying for Mid-Valley Fellowship has been different. I've seen change or healing come about in people in the very ways in which I was praying for them. I've known for certain that God was working even when no one could visibly see the work He was doing in the ministry. I think my favorite times have been when I've prayed for someone in ways they hadn't asked for, but turned out to need.
We all have challenges, weaknesses, and opportunities for growth. We wrestle with a powerful adversary whenever we attempt to obey God and allow Him to change and grow us. When others are praying for us, we become stronger, braver, and more determined in the battles of life. Prayer chases Satan away and gives us a clearer vision of what God is doing in our lives. I know this is true, because I’ve experienced it myself. Those who have committed themselves to Mid-Valley Fellowship as participants or staff are on the front lines of the battlefield. Satan wants to destroy them and claim victory. God wants us to share in His victory over Satan and our own sinful natures, and we do that when we pray! Specific prayers, for specific people, bring specific answers. It’s an honor to pray for others who are choosing to become overcomers.