FWC Prayer Guide
“Pray without ceasing.” - 1 Thessalonians 5:17
“The eyes of the Lord are on the righteous, and his ears are open to their cry.” - Psalm 34:15
“Incline your ear, O my God, and hear...We do not present our supplication before you on the ground of our righteousness, but on the ground of your great mercies.” - Daniel 9:18
“And this is the boldness we have in him, that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.” - 1 John 5:14
As a Christ-centered community, Fort Worth Christian seeks to keep its eyes fixed on Jesus. One of the primary ways that we look to Jesus is through continual prayer, both individual and corporate, for all aspects of our school. This prayer guide is meant to bring the FWC community together in praying for common things throughout the year.
For FWC students - Our prayer is for the continual growth and development of each of our students into the people God would have them to be. We pray that each of our students may come to know Jesus through their time on our campus and through that relationship they may be empowered for a lifetime of faith, service, and leadership for Christ.
For FWC faculty and staff - Our prayer is for wisdom, energy, and a continual renewing of their spirit as they seek to teach and model a Christ-centered life. We pray for the faith of our faculty and staff. We pray that the example they set in not only how they teach but also in how they live their lives may be an inspiration to our FWC students.
For FWC leaders - Our prayer is for wisdom and vision as they seek to lead our community in word and in action. We pray for their decision-making. We pray for them as they nurture the culture of our community. We pray for their faith and for the continual renewal of their spirit that they may lead us with a spirit of joy.
For the FWC community - Our prayer is for a community that loves one another and models the love of Christ for our students and staff. We pray for unity. We pray that members of our community will build one another up in love and in encouragement.