Theme: Healing and Restoration
“For we died and were buried with Christ by baptism. And just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glorious power of the Father, now we also may live new lives.”
– Romans 6: 4
This New Life is Christ is a wonderful thing God promises us. It’s a life of freedom from sin and the decay that comes from it. It is us as individuals and as a community being transformed into the the likeness of Christ. It is us experiencing the healing and restoration that allows us to love God and love others well.
During these first 21 days of 2023, we’ll be making room for God to move us towards:
- Personal healing and restoration
- Healing and restoration in our church
- Healing and blessing for Pacifica.
- Sunday, Jan 1, 2023 – Kick-off for 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting
Saturday, Jan 7, 2023 – Interactive Prayer Stations
- Sunday, Jan 8 – Sunday Service: Jesus Heals + Community Ministry Time
- Saturday, Jan 14, 2023 – Interactive Prayer Stations
- Sunday, Jan 15, 2023 – Sunday Service: Corporate Prayer Time for New Life
- Sunday, Jan 21, 2023 – Sunday Service: Prayer Walk/Drive around Pacifica
Interactive Prayer Stations
Communing with God can be a multi-sensory and very interactive experience. On Saturday, Jan
7 14 we invite you book a slot to go through the interactive prayer stations on your own or with a friend. They have been designed to help you enter into a journey of healing and restoration.
2023 21 Days Prayer Guide
This year’s 21 Days Prayer Guide are available at church for you to pick up. But you can also access it digitally.
Getting Started: Making Space
- Who and/or what demands significant attention in your daily life?
- What can you say NO to over the next 21 days to create intentional space for silence and solitude with God?
Tip: Fasting can look like skipping a meal, but also like saying no to Netflix or social media. Consider saying no to something that will help you spend more than usual daily time with God.
- Today, set a daily appointment (or two) in your calendar for uninterrupted time with the Father. It can be 10 minutes or two hours.
Tip: For most people, a quiet time first thing in the morning works best. You’re rested, fresh, and the day is young. For others, a more optimal time slot is when kids are napping in the late morning, or on a lunch break, after work, or before you go to bed. Feel free to experiment until you find the right fit.