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The Power of Intercession
The Power of Intercession

A 6-week series on the power of prayer. Pastor Gary Wilkerson shows us how conviction, grace and unity affect our prayer. Pastor Patrick Dow takes a fresh look at the Lord's Prayer; and Pastor Neil Rhodes wraps things up showing us that we call can be intercessors.

Conviction Driven Intercession
January 09, 2013
Duration:1 hr 5 mins

It is through conviction that God shows us that things are not as they should be. Often He will test our conviction through crisis. In the midst of crisis God calls us to put our convictions to work through intercession. Conviction gives us God-ordained, focused and intentional prayers. Remain steadfast in your conviction—keep pressing in until you see the breakthrough.

*A streaming version of this service, including worship, is available on our Livestream channel

Grace Driven Intercession
January 16, 2013
Duration:1 hr 42 mins

Modern church culture can sometimes treat intercession as a special calling or some kind of elite form for prayer, but in the New Testament we see no evidence that it is a special gifting. Jesus was the once and for all intercessor. He stepped into the gap between us and God and did what we cannot do. It is only through Him that we now have authority and direct access to God.

The Disciples' Prayer
January 23, 2013
Passage:Matthew 6:9
Duration:1 hr 31 mins

Pastor Patrick Dow continues our series "The Power of Intercession" looking at the Lord's prayer. There are some passages of Scripture, like this one, that are so familiar to us that they can lose their magic. They become rote and ritualistic. Pastor Patrick breaks this familiar prayer into two parts—the first reminding us of who God is and the second reminding us of our need of Him in our lives.

The Place of Unity in the Power of Intercession
January 30, 2013
Duration:1 hr 20 mins

If the church is going to walk in prevailing prayer, they must also walk in unity. Unity doesn't come by avoiding conflict, but by confronting it. Unaddressed conflict will often get worse and leaves scars. The church needs men and women who are filled with the Holy Spirit, filled with wisdom and full of faith. Let's protect and pursue unity; because where there is unity, God commands a blessing.

Everyone Can Be An Intercessor – Part 1
February 06, 2013
Duration:1 hr 29 mins

Intercessor is defined as a negotiator who acts as a link between two parties. In the Bible, we see Job crying out for an intercessor. Abram and Esther were mediators for people dedicated to destruction. Jesus was the great mediator who stands between us and God. Because of His intercession on our behalf, we now have access and authority to intercede for others. Use your voice to cry out to God for those who are lost, suffering and in pain.

*A streaming version of this service, including worship, is available on our Livestream channel

Everyone Can Be An Intercessor – Part 2
February 13, 2013
Duration:1 hr 31 mins

Pastor Neil Rhodes encourages intercessors to "stand." Stand on the promise that God will never leave nor forsake you. Stand firm for what you believe in. Stand firm in the liberty that Christ won for you. Stand firm in your faith. Stand firm in forgiving others. Don't let your feelings or having a bad day dictate your prayer life. Stand firm in the promises of God and who you are in Christ. We are a blessed people and nothing on Earth can change that.