I would like to invite you to join us on Tuesday mornings @7am (starting tomorrow) at the building for a time of worship and prayer. We will be taking this time to worship our God and pray over our city, our church, and other churches in Missoula. Everyone is invited, whether you are a seasoned “prayer warrior” or just learning how to pray. You won’t be required to pray out loud, but you can agree with others as we call on God to reach this city with the Hope of Christ. Our plan is to start with 20-30 minutes of worship, and take the last 30-40 minutes to pray. But we’re going to be flexible and Spirit led so it could change from week to week. Also, feel free to only come to a portion of it if that’s what your schedule allows.
I’m believing this word that was spoken over Israel and Solomon’s Temple is also true for River City Church:
2 Chronicles 7:14-16 Then if my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and restore their land. My eyes will be open and my ears attentive to every prayer made in this place. For I have chosen this Temple and set it apart to be holy—a place where my name will be honored forever. I will always watch over it, for it is dear to my heart.
So if you can make it, great! If not, no worries. Just come on the days that you are able. Or join us by worshiping and praying wherever you are on Tuesday mornings.
Every great move of God has started with men and women on their knees seeking God for revival. The next move of God in Missoula will be no different. Here’s believing for great things!
For those of you who have faithfully followed this blog for a while, I have to apologize for the lack of postings. Truth is, I’ve been so blown away by what God has been doing lately, that I’m at a loss for words. I’m not kidding.
Andrea and I were on sabbatical about 2 months ago when God stirred us up and began to pour out blessings on us and River City Church like we could not believe. It was a perfect example of God’s grace. We didn’t deserve it, we weren’t looking for it. God just began to pour it out on us. To hear more about this, please listen to the podcast titled Seasons.
If you’re reading this blog for the 1st time, then perhaps you have an opportunity to get in on what God’s doing right now in and through RCC.We invite you to come and see what’s happening at RCC.
If there’s anything I’ve learned in this season, it’s that it’s nothing that I’ve done. But only what God has done and is doing. It’s all about Jesus.
Now unto him who is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, above all we could ask or think! Ephesians 3:20