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Unlimited through prayer

We’re so excited to share with you news of our brand new series of one-minute videos using the hashtag #WhenYouPray.


We sent a list of questions on prayer to our friends from all denominational backgrounds, and asked them to record some short videos to give us a sneak preview into their private prayer life.


Questions asked include: why pray?, what is a prayer journal?, what is prophetic prayer?, and deeper questions like do you believe God answers your prayers?


#WhenYouPray looks into all of these questions and much more.  We hope these videos will inspire, encourage and deepen your wish to engage with our unlimited God in prayer.


Of course, with our theme of Unlimited, prayer is our focus at Spring Harvest 2019, and it is our hope that these videos will help the conversation around prayer ahead of the event, and that the conversation will continue beyond it.


Please check out the first three #WhenYouPray videos which feature Pete Greig, Rob Parsons and Debra Green, and can be found across all of the Spring Harvest social media feeds: FacebookTwitter, Instagram and YouTube.


Please share them with your friends on social media to encourage them in their own prayer lives.

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This Thursday, you can hear the story of a family forever transformed thanks to Mercy Ships donors and volunteers. Kirstie Randall, a long-serving volunteer aboard the Africa Mercy, will tell the story of a mother’s love on the BBC Radio 4 Appeal. Listen to how Valerie and her daughter, Edith, have embraced new hope for the future, without fear of ostracism or stigma. Will you hear their tale?

Tune in to BBC Radio 4 at the following times:

Thursday 29th Nov at 15:27

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Posted on 26 Nov 2018

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