Prayer Blog

Your spiritual life can be rich, even if we’re not meeting in person. Check below for prayers and devotions.

Beautiful Sunsets – A Gift From God

Draw Near To God

God Bless You

In Good Times and Bad

Well Done, Good And Faithful Servant

God’s Glory

He Cares For You

You Are Never Alone

Jesus Loves You

I Am Your God

Prayer for Students and Teachers

Trust In The Lord

Worship

Stay Positive

Hope!

Thoughts for Meditation: Resilience

Thoughts for Meditation: God’s Care

Thoughts for Meditation: Putting God First

God Is Love

Trust In The Lord

Thoughts for Meditation: Resurrection

Thoughts for Meditation: Just As He Said

Thoughts for Meditation: Humility

Palm Sunday

Easter Sunday

Thoughts For Meditation: No Fear

Thoughts For Meditation: The Cross

Thoughts for Meditation: Study

Be Still

Prayer For The Sick

Five-Finger Prayer

 

Testimonials

"I felt there was something missing or absent within. I would ask myself, 'Why am I here? What is my purpose in life? Is this all there is? Is there not more to me than just being here?' Every time I drove on Q Street, I would whisper quietly to myself, “You must check out that Hope Church.” I finally walked through those big glass doors the summer of 2016. That was it. The sermon I heard that day and the following weeks were literally speaking to me directly and loudly: As if the sermons were for my ears only. I remember going home that first Sunday feeling good, but also thinking about what the sermon was saying to me. It did not take me long to know that is where I needed to be. The door was open, the people inside were kind and welcoming. I felt unconditional love, peace, the feeling of belonging. I wanted to serve. I wanted to learn and grow stronger spiritually. God is meant to be in my life permanently, not part-time but full time. God brought me to Hope and gave me the courage to take the steps to walk-in. I now know that missing, absent feeling was GOD. "
- Rosanna Morrell

 

"It’s important to us that our kids have a strong Christian foundation; so, as they started elementary school, we began our search. The first church we visited had beautiful wooden pews just like we remembered from our childhood but there were so many people that we felt lost in the numbers. Then, we came to Hope Presbyterian; it was smaller, welcoming and we very much enjoyed the sermons. Soon after, we started volunteering and helping with small projects....whatever we could fit into our busy schedules. By getting involved, we have built relationships with the most caring and nicest people. Hope has become our family and nothing warms our heart more than hearing our children recite the Lord’s Prayer from memory. That’s when you know you are doing something right. "
- Jason and Traci Chatten