Will You Pray for Us?

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El SalvadorNext Wednesday, July 13th, a team from Courageous Church will be leaving to serve in El Salvador for the week. I am asking if you would join us in prayer starting this Wednesday, July 7th. Below you will find a prayer guide to pray starting this week (Wednesday, July 7th) through the end of our trip. We need people who will start praying now for our team, those we will be working with, and those we will be sharing the gospel with.  We have many opportunities to live on mission both here and abroad and prayer is an integral piece to the fruitful work God has for us.

Ask me, and I will make the nations your inheritance, the ends of the earth your possession.
Psalm 2:8 —

I am especially excited as my oldest son will be going with me on this trip. He will have the opportunity to share the gospel and teach the elementary students in a school in Usulutan, El Salvador about creation and how it ties back to Jesus. I believe every person who can should take your kids on a mission trip. It allows them to expand their reality of the gospel work around the world. Mission opportunities also help us grow spiritually as a disciple as we have to exercise our faith and follow the Holy Spirit.

Thank you advanced for your prayers. Also… Thank you so much for those who have give to help make this trip a reality. You can still be involved as well by going to courageouschurch.tv and click on the El Salvador link.

Download: El Salvador Prayer Guide

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I am a pastor, church planter, leader, and father. I have been blessed to be the founding pastor of Courageous Church. I spend much of my time seeking to help others take their next step in growth and leadership. I am the main visionary architect and communicator for Courageous. I love spending time with my family and because of them I am blessed beyond imagination. I believe I have the best l life possible.

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