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100 Days of Prayer
“Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.”
– Jeremiah 33:3
We are asking for 100 days of prayer, seeking God’s blessing, anointing, and direction for the ministries of Central Assembly of God, Cumberland, and the tri-state area.
For the next 100 days, we are asking everyone who is part of Central Assembly of God to join together in a consecrated and unified voice to the Lord.
God longs to show us great and mighty things and to empower us by His Spirit to accomplish our mission in Jesus’ name. We encourage each person to become an integral link in the chain of believers at Central Assembly who are praying for the Holy Spirit to work in us and through us in life-changing ways.
- That our unity and love will always be genuine.
- That everything we do will bring glory to God.
- That we will reach the lost for Christ and make disciples.
- That we will grow in spiritual maturity.
- That our families and marriages will be strengthened.
- That we will stay fervent for Christ - treasuring Jesus more than anything else.
- That the Lord will use our joyful worship as a means to draw others to himself.
- For one another daily.
- For the Lord’s protection from satan and sin.
- For the pastors and their families.
Central Care Corps
Central Care Corps
Caring for one another!
"This makes for harmony among the members,
so that all the members care for each other."
- 1 Corinthians 12:25 (NLT)
The body of Christ must care for one another!
Just as Jethro advised Moses in the wilderness to select others to help him in caring for the people, we also need to have good, godly people assist the pastor in caring for and ministering to others here at Central Assembly.
The Central Care Corps will be that team of people – reaching out and caring for the people.
The idea is that each Central Care Corps leader will care for a small group of others here at Central. They will make sure to greet them each Sunday, and if unable to greet them, make a personal contact later that week. They will contact their team on birthdays and other special days. They will pray for and with them about any special needs. They will keep the Pastor and the pastoral team informed about anything that would need their personal attention. They can, as they desire, coordinate social fellowship gatherings, to build and develop a family of God that cares.
Want to be part of the lead team for the Central Care Corps? Contact Pastor Tim today! There will be a brainstorming organizational meeting on Saturday, May 16th at 2 pm.
Central Care Corps - because WE CARE!
This Week at Central House of Prayer
Wednesday Nights at Central House of Prayer...
As we begin a New Year at Central Assembly, we are going to begin a brand new study on Wednesday nights at Central House of Prayer – a study through the book of Philippians.
The Apostle Paul writes from prison to this great church, thanking them for remembering him, and exhorting them to continue to live for Christ.
This is one of the most encouraging letters in the New Testament. It is a letter of joy – which is found some sixteen times in the letter! He encourages the church to keep pressing on toward the goal! He speaks of not being anxious about anything! He lets us know that we can do all things through Christ who gives us strength!
If you need to be encouraged… if you want to move forward in Christ… if you want to have victory in your life… then make a new choice to be at Central House of Prayer each and every Wednesday night, beginning January 7th. You will never be the same!