"The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much" (James 5:16).

Prayer, direct, instantaneous contact with the Creator of the universe, is one of a Christian's most important tools in his or her walk with God. On this page, learn more about what makes a prayer effective and how to improve your own prayer life with God.

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Hurricane Irene is moving up the east coast of the United States.  It is expected to impact the lives of people from Florida to New England.  Many cities along the coast have already been evacuated in anticipation of the pending destruction.

When natural disasters loom it is important to remember the words that God inspired: "... The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much."' - James 5:16

Please join us in praying for those that will be affected by Irene.


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