An important part of Paul’s ministry was prayer. In his letters, Paul regularly reminds his readers that he prays for them constantly. He also asks them to join him by praying for him, his ministry work, and the witness of the gospel.
It’s our hope that we always remember the importance of prayer in supporting one another and partnering in ministry. Please know that we are deeply grateful for the role you play in the ministry of biblical counseling--in counseling, classes, writing, speaking, and more--when you pray for the ministry of CCEF.
Would you join us in praying for these requests?
- Pray for our newest faculty members, Darby Strickland and Laura Andrews. We are eager to see how God uses them in this role. Please pray as they continue to devote their time to counseling, writing, and teaching.
- Pray for the production and usefulness of free resources on our website. We continue to develop our podcast series, write blogs, and capture videos with the aim to bless, challenge, and encourage those who come across them. Pray that many of our followers would encounter a deeper understanding of the Bible’s relevance for their lives and ministries, and come to know and love the Lord more deeply.
- Pray for wisdom in a year that feels especially difficult to predict. While we plan to offer conferences, speaking events, in-person counseling and more this year, we also recognize the uncertainty of the times. Please pray for wisdom and faith as we continue to plan and move forward with ministry opportunities in 2021.