Changes To A Fractured Faith

We have been blown away by all the positive feedback and advice that we have received as a result of Stephen’s last few blogs. We really feel that we are transitioning into a new season in our Christian Journey and a lot of your comments have been confirmation for us.

Stephen does 99.9% of the blogging as that is his talent and gifting and I work away in the background with our social media accounts, which have been a bit neglected of late due to various different problems and general Mummy duties.

For quite some time now I have been mulling over the idea of an online prayer team but just wasn’t sure how we could go about it. I had tried setting one up on Instagram, very adventurous I know, but it didn’t work out. After reading through comments that only came in yesterday I counted we had 6 requests for prayer and this got me very excited.

This morning when the kids were ferried off to school and Stephen went on his long run I opened the laptop and made a few changes to our account. We now have 2 extra drop down boxes in our menu header giving you the option to contact either myself or Stephen if there is anything that you would wish to talk to us about in private and the other if you have any prayer requests.

Does this sound like a good idea to you? If so, brilliant because we can’t do this without a little help from you. A few of you have mentioned that you would be interested in joining us in a prayer team thank you so much for offering now we would like to take you up on your offer and we would ask you to contact us via the Prayer Request Menu on our homepage. If this is of interest to you and you haven’t mentioned it to us yet then now is your time to do so via the Prayer Request menu.

All prayer requests will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence and only myself and Stephen will know the identity of the person requesting prayer.

Fionnuala

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  1. I am already part of a prayer team and know that overcommitment is not good. May the Lord bless you, Stephen and all the prayer warriors involved! Your ministry will be in my prayers.

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  2. What a fantastic idea, Fionnuala! I love how believers on WordPress are like one big family and what better way to demonstrate that, than to uphold one another in prayer.
    Would love to be a part of this.
    Much love and blessings,
    Hayley 😊💕

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