Our 12 Prayer Goals for 2018
TAKE A MOMENT TO FILL OUT THIS HALF-YEAR REVIEW ON A FEW OF OUR GOALS: THE SUBJECTIVE GOALS.
Below is a list of our big 12 Prayer Goals for 2018.
When Jesus told us to "Go make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you" (Matthew 28:19) - he was telling us to go DEEP and to go WIDE.
He wants us to reach every nation (that's wide) but to teach each other "everything he commanded" (that's deep). So below are 12 specific ways we want to Go Deeper & Wider Together in 2018.
You can also listen to our sermon series where we expand on these goals here: GOING DEEP & WIDE.
Prayer Goal #1 That more of us are resting in the presence of God more often, and we serve Him from that rest.
Prayer Goal #2
More Of Us Understanding God’s Word and Feeling its Importance and Urgency
Prayer Goal #3
Increase Life Groups & Youth Group Members by 25%.
Prayer Goal #4
More one-on-one authentic discipleship relationships (formal coaching and non-formal mentoring)
Prayer Goal #5
More commitment and consistency -- and less consumerism -- with each other in all our gatherings.
Prayer Goal #6
More People Experiencing Jesus’ healing power in physical, mental, emotional, sexual, spiritual, and relational break-through’s.
Prayer Goal #7
20 more people fully surrendering their lives to Christ as Savior and Lord, half of them under the age of 18.
Prayer Goal #8
More Spirit-Empowered Boldness to Proclaim Jesus in our individual spheres of influence.
Prayer Goal #9
Serve the Local Surrounding Community by meeting 2-3 more on-going needs.
Prayer Goal #10
Take a leap of faith financially by increasing our missions giving AND securing a building as a missional outpost in this area.
Prayer Goal #11
Be more inclusive of people that we are unintentionally exclusive of, like:
-Families with special needs
- Those with no faith background
-Other races and cultures
Prayer Goal #12
Make any necessary structure and role changes to be prepared to plant a new church or start a campus in the near future.