21 Days of Prayer

Thank you for joining us as we devote the next 21 days to prayer! Christ has been the center of unity, growth, and influence for nearly 70 years. Now, we have much to be thankful for as God has grown our congregation from eight individuals to the nearly 2,000 weekly worshipers. At Christ Lincoln, we are excited to grow our shared faith together. We are one unified church whose growth in numbers gives a snapshot of our spiritual growth. We grow through our Worship, Bible studies, Family Ministries, Child Care and School. We continue to seek to be an influence in our community and world through our outreach to others on local, national, and international levels. As we look to the new year and its new possibilities, we pray for God's guidance in all that we do as individuals; but even more so as a congregation. In all things, we connect one another to Christ, and together grow in His Word.

Luke Schnake, Pastor

Luke Schnake, Pastor

Jeff Scheich, Pastor

Jeff Scheich, Pastor

Aaron Hutton, Pastor

Aaron Hutton, Pastor

 
Mike Milbourn, Chief Operations Officer

Mike Milbourn, Chief Operations Officer

Mark J. L’Heureux, Christ Lincoln Schools, Principal

Mark J. L’Heureux, Christ Lincoln Schools, Principal

 

HOW TO JOIN US IN PRAYER

This is your invitation to pray over the course of the next three weeks for Congregation.

Each day in this prayer guide, we’ve included one or more Scriptures to get your focus on God and what He has to say to you through His Word. You are also provided with questions to think about or actions to take. You can close your time with a prayer for Christ Lincoln, the building project and a specific part of our Church family.

To begin, there is no special formula to talk to God. Set aside a dedicated time. A time when you can leave the outside world with all its distraction and focus on prayer. 

God’s Blessing on your 21 day journey.


Christ at the Center

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Everything you do creates an impact somewhere else that you cannot see. It’s a part of the big picture that God is putting together. What starts at the center connects to fill the space created by possibility.