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National Day of Prayer

Posted by Randy Youngblood, Lead Pastor on

National Day of Prayer–May 3

The National Day of Prayer became official in 1952 with the signature of President Truman.  This year is the 30th anniversary of President Reagan designating this day of prayer as the first Thursday in May!

Our Prayer Coordinator, Dave Gibbs, has been working on plans for us to be able to participate this year in a special way!

The plan is to prayer walk on our property focusing on people we want to reach! There will be a "starting point" with a prayer circuit. The prayer circuit will have paths marked and signs designating future plans for our property.

There will be two designated times for people to gather (one or the other or both) as well as the freedom to come and go at any time during the day.

  • Before Work gathering: 6:30am to 7:30am
  • After Work gathering: 4:30pm to 5:30pm
  • Open Prayer: all day long.
Thank you, Dalton!

Dalton is a special young man!  He started here as a student, volunteered in student ministry, and then stepped up to serve in a stipend position as our Student Ministry Coordinator. He is now pursuing his calling to find work as an elementary school-aged music teacher!

Dalton, I am proud of you for the way you have grown even more to know, love, and serve Jesus!  You are an example of what we want to be as a church.

Do you Want to Automate the Important?

If financially supporting the ministry of Thunder Mountain is important to you, AND you plan to travel this Summer, have you considered automating your giving?

The Summer months are the time when the next Ministry Plan and Budget are being finalized. Your faithful giving not only allows us to start the Fall with momentum, it also helps bridge the gap when other givers are leaving and new givers haven't arrived yet.

Another big part of that momentum is that those who stay return more connected to God because of participating in ministry even when they 

Whatever amount God has put in your heart to give, you can set it up either online with the church, by clicking here, or through your bank (that’s what Kim and I do).



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