The church I grew up in is turning 100 years old. I have been seeing letters and Facebook posts, pictures, and videos celebrating this milestone, and it’s been nice because I liked my church when I was growing up. It was a good place. I have been thinking about the role that church played in […]Read More...
As we continue to become a movement of churches that focus on loving and serving our neighbourhoods and communities, we know we’re in need of the power of God. Together, we want to dive into this rich and deep mystery of prayer because we believe that prayer is the key to unlock the power of God.
Prioritizing the posture of prayer, FMCIC is working towards implementing a National Prayer Team, lead by Bishop Cliff and Ken Roth. In addition to the National Team, we desire to have a Prayer Point individual from every church in the FMCIC that will act as a Prayer Catalyst. In addition to inspiring our local churches to pray, these individuals will become a conduit for prayer requests and communication with the broader FMCIC.
We want to share the needs of those in our movement and share the good news when prayers are answered. Join us in praying for our neighbourhoods, our churches and our beautiful home of Canada.
Prayer & Praise Points
Zoom Prayer Room
Prayer Point Person
40 Days of Prayer
21 Days for Prayer & Fasting
Let me start with a quote. It’s from five to ten years ago. I am not sure who originally said it. Ready? “I will never watch church on a screen.” Remember that? Yet here we are, and most of you have probably watched church on a screen. Now to be fair, we had to, and […]Read More...
For the most of my adult life I have lived at least two provinces away from my folks, so, like any good son, I check in with them at least every couple of weeks. Back in olden times, those check-ins were full conversations with lots of stories and catching up, but these days not so […]Read More...
Wearing masks, following government restrictions, getting vaccines, and churches closing their doors and meeting online, these are all things we can agree on right? No, we cannot and have not agreed, and it has not been nice which is the problem. Church people, brothers and sisters in Christ who used to sit next to each […]Read More...
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