Prayer Partners

Prayer Partner LogoOur desire is that every member of our church be able to connect with a personal prayer partner.

What is a Prayer Partner?

Prayer Partners are those who have committed together to pray regularly with insight for one another.  It is a group of 2-3 that is committed to grow together as they pray together. The Prayer Partner relationship is the most basic discipleship plan for every person at WLGBC. Prayer partners are dedicated to encouraging their partners to rise to their full potential for Christ through prayer. 

Prayer partners are encouraged to commit to:

  1. Praying daily for his or her group/partner
  2. A Weekly contact by phone or email
  3. A monthly encounter

The monthly (or more frequent) encounter can either be informal, be focused on questions related to prayer needs, or be structured around discipleship studies.

Resources for Prayer Partners

Female2Bible Reading Plan. You can access the WLGBC Bible reading plan HERE.

Recommended Reading:

  • Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire or Fresh Power by Jim Cymbala
  • Crazy Love or Forgotten God by Francis Chan

Accountability Resources:

Prayer Team

Male Prayer PartnersThe WLGBC prayer team exists to facilitate and promote prayer within the church body. Our goal is to equip the various ministries with the necessary information to most effectively pray for the needs of others. If you wish to start a prayer group, but don't know where to start, we'd love to help! Here are some areas where prayer is already taking place that we'd be happy to plug you into.

  • Global prayer group on Thursday nights
  • ABFs on Sunday mornings
  • Small group meetings throughout the week
  • Sunday morning prayer time for the service
  • Fight Club and Women of Grace groups
  • We Care Warsaw
  • Pastoral Prayer Group

There are many areas that are in need for prayer in our church. You can choose several of these and pray faithfully for them or you can pray for all of them.

  • Pastoral, Youth, and Children's work staff
  • ENL
  • ABF leaders and teachers
  • Secretaries and custodial workers
  • Missionaries sponsored by our church
  • Ushers, greeters, coffee crew, and other volunteer workers
  • Church body health needs

Contact Dan Pacheco for more information. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.