Recap: Prayer Strategy

On Thursday, January 26th, we held our first Quarterly Meeting at Harambee Church in Renton, WA. The focus was to develop or maintain a prayer strategy for your city. There was a great turn-out and we were encouraged by the response from those in attendance. We heard from Jason Hubbard of Light of the World Prayer Center in Bellingham, Ginny Chapman of Church Awakening in Edmonds and Reiko Aramaki of Faith Bible Church who has helped prayer groups start for schools in Seattle. We presented a tool we have published to obtain feedback on how our networks are praying for their cities and also announced we will work with 10 different city networks to assist with setting up a prayer strategy f

Prayer Strategy

Our first Quarterly Gathering of 2017 is coming up this Thursday, January 26th at Harambee Church in Renton, WA. The focus will be on prayer strategies for our cities. We will hear from a panel of experts in corporate prayer- Jason Hubbard, Ginny Chapman and Reiko Aramaki. Federal Way's Dan Larson will be sharing the story of committed pastors who gather for prayer and what impact that has made in their lives, ministries and the community. If you would like to RSVP for this event, click here.

Churches Engaging Foster Care

At the end of last summer, Light Up the City launched the Foster Support Faith Alliance, bringing together local churches, foster/adoption agencies and Children’s Administration representatives in an effort to provide community support wherever it’s needed within the foster care system. Did you know that foster care touches on each of the areas of ministry that Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, and most of our churches, are already engaging in: homelessness, incarceration, even sex trafficking?! Foster youth experience disproportionately high rates of homelessness, incarceration, mental illness, unplanned pregnancy, and substance abuse when they leave care, as well as being extremely vulnerabl

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