Prayer is how we communicate with God, and it is also a way in which we can come alongside others and provide support. Somewhere in these exchanges of love, God can do some awesome things in our lives and the people around us.
Prayer is spiritual breathing; it’s how we communicate with and seek to hear from the God of the universe. We see throughout Scripture how a healthy prayer life is essential for our relationship with God. Jesus modeled what this looks like with his regular rhythms of getting away to seek his Father in prayer (Mark 1:35, Luke 5:15-16, Matthew 14:23, etc.) We are called to “pray without ceasing” (1 Thessalonians 5:17) and “pray in the Spirit” (Ephesians 6:18) but what does
that really mean?
For many of us, prayer can feel like an afterthought, or something we feel like we ought to be doing, but are perhaps unsure how to begin. Like any relationship, the more time and effort we invest in prayer, the more natural it begins to feel and the more rich and rewarding it becomes. Learning to become a praying people is a process of learning how to recognize, understand, and respond to the heart of God in our lives and in the world around us.
We believe that God shows up in miraculous and powerful ways as we
intentionally seek Him.
Questions? Email: SamsonJeyakumar@DIVEintoFLOOD.
Click on the expanders below to see how you can receive prayer at Flood.
Write your prayer request on the Connection Card in your flyer and drop it in the bucket as it passes by. Our prayer team will pray for your request that week.
You can also connect with one of our prayer counselors in the designated Prayer Spaces during the music portion of our gatherings.
Use the link below to submit a prayer request that will be added to our weekly prayer request list.
You can also call our office and leave a message at: (858) 268-2330
General Prayer Questions? Email: Prayer@DIVEintoFLOOD.com
Our Prayer Team reads and prays for each request we receive on Sundays and throughout the week. Let us know how we can be praying for you.Submit A Request