Lilya Teplyuk (St. Petersburg, Russia)
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Some men came, carrying a paralyzed man on a bed . . . finding no way to bring him in because of the crowd they went up on the roof and let him down . . . into the middle of the crowd in front of Jesus. - Luke 5:18-19 (NRSV)
Several sisters in our church have organized a women’s prayer ministry. After worship, when the rest of the church members go home, we gather in a small room for prayer. In worship our congregation prays for needs and concerns of the community. But often people have problems they feel they...
I can help to meet the needs of my brothers and sisters through prayer.
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