‘Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your request to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.’ Philippians 4:6-7
How can we pray for you? Post your prayer request on our prayer wall below. You can choose to have the request be anonymous, or not shared on the prayer wall at all. Or, for a private prayer request, use the “contact” tab to send a message to the office with your prayer request.
Prayer 4 Schools
Our kids, teachers, administrators and school staff face many highs and lows as they return to another year of school. We feel a powerful way to kick off the year is to pray for our schools.
Prayer Requests During the Week
Prayer requests can be submitted anytime during the week by:
- Call the church offices at 515-967-4818
- Notifying any staff member
- Email the church office at Office@lccaltoona.org
Our Prayer Line is a weekly email listing prayer concerns from members of our congregation. If you have a concern you’d like included on the Internet Prayer-line or if you’d like to join the prayer-line, contact Laurel.
The Prayer Room, where individuals or groups can gather to pray, is located behind the Welcome Center near the Worship Center. As we commit ourselves to prayer, God’s plans and purposes for us are revealed in amazing ways.
Prayer Request Forms
Personal prayer requests can be submitted to the Prayer Team, the Staff, or to the Prayer Line. Communication cards (found in the bulletin) can be placed in the offering plate or given to an usher or staff member.
Prayer Requests Following Worship
There are members from the Prayer Team available to pray with you following each service. You will be directed during worship as to where they will be located.
Please pray for our family,specifically my uncle, Bill. He began battling pancreatic cancer in January 2019 doctors began a procedure to remove the tumor two weeks ago and discovered the cancer has actually spread to his liver, there is nothing more to be done in terms of treatment.
Bill elected to come home from Kansas City and is at my mothers house with his fiancée. As of this morning there has been an additional, stronger pain medication added along with medication for anxiety. He and I discussed his relationship with Christ and he is prepared, however after a difficult day yesterday he is scared and struggling with fear.
Please pray for Bill, his fiancée Linda and my mother Barb (they are his caregivers at home).