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Why do we pray? Because Jesus calls us to! We have seen that this simple act is enough for Christ to transform hearts, lives and circumstances.
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Pray for Canada
Pray for Canada! We have seen that this simple act is enough for Christ to transform hearts, lives and circumstances. Join us in praying for our country in the following areas:
- Our Government: Pray that God will guide our politicians and elections, and that the Spirit will be present in all local and national decisions that affect Canada.
- Our Growing Communities: There are few churches to support our rapidly growing cities. Pray for more spiritual workers to bring discipleship to Canada's diverse urban communities.
- Our People: Canada welcomes immigrants of all backgrounds, and this gives us an unprecedented opportunity to share Jesus' message. Pray that God will call Christians to reach out to their neighbours to share the Good News.
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