The Ridgecrest Baptist Church Prayer Ministry is based on three concepts using the acronym ICE.
People who commit to pray for certain ministries within the church and for circumstances beyond RBC church walls are intentional in their prayers. People who commit to pray during certain days are consistent in their prayers. People who commit to pray for the needs of the church, city, state, country, and world are engaged in being part of God’s work and thereby are an effective part of the kingdom of God.
We have teams that pray for the Pastor, the Music Ministry, the Youth Ministry, the Children’s Ministry, the needs of church members, the church administration team, and global concerns.
- Adoration is prayer that involves the recognition of who God is and what He does (Psalms 148 and 150).
- Confession recognizes the holiness of God and His supreme moral authority, together with the personal responsibility of the one making confession (Psalm 51).
- Thanksgiving recognizes that God’s goodness is the respect of what He has done for the one who prays or for others (Psalm 95:1-2).
- Supplication is praying for the needs of our self and others (Matt. 6:9-13).
If you desire to be part of the Prayer Ministry of Ridgecrest Baptist Church, contact Bob Littlefield through the church office. I encourage and welcome questions and suggestions to make this prayer ministry responsive to you and this church. Click Prayer Ministry to read the document that explains the need and implementation of this prayer ministry.
Church Wide Prayer Emphasis
Pray for Judgement House
- Pray for the lost people who see the Gospel presentation that they will understand the Gospel and be saved.
- Pray for the Holy Spirit to grant discernment to the encouragers that they may be effective in speaking with those seeking salvation.
- Pray for revival in RBC that we may be willing and encouraged to be part of the work of the Holy Spirit during Judgement House.
- Pray for the strength for RBC to recognize, resist, and overcome temptation to sin.
- Pray for health, wisdom, and safety for the Judgement House participants.