T!LC Intercessory Teams
|Thanksgiving! Prayer Team: Prays for all requests received via Communication Cards from the T!LC Saturday & Sunday Worship Services. Just check the box on the Communication Cards that are in the weekend Messenger passed out by the ushers. Check the box on the card noting you have a prayer request and write your request on the back of the card. It’s that simple! Please share your requests with us – this team would love to have more people to pray for!T!LC Care Ministry Prayer Chain: Requests for prayer that are received by Care Ministries via email, phone, or the T!LC Web site are forwarded to the T!LC Prayer Chain intercessors for immediate prayer by Dave Larson or Rhonda Rupert. Please see the Prayer Request link on the T!LC Web site or go to:|
|Barnabas means ‘son of encouragement’. Barnabas prayer ministry is a 30-60 minute session with a small team of 2-3 RTF trained Prayer Ministers. Prayers may be offered for physical, emotional, and/or spiritual concerns. The ministry session is generally held in the T!LC Prayer Chapel and consists of a short interview and then encouraging prayer and Biblical words of life for body, soul, and spirit. Prayer appointments can be scheduled through Lisa Zaloudek or call the church office: 402-292-2695.|
|Issue Focus Ministry (IFM): 3-hour ministry session with an RTF IFM certified ministry team that focuses on one life issue. Ministry Receiver completes a Personal Questionnaire application in advance of the ministry.|
Thorough Format Ministry (TFM): Five 3-hour ministry sessions with an RTF TFM certified ministry team that focuses on 3-5 life issues. Ministry Receiver completes a My Story application in advance of the ministry.
For more information and ministry applications please visit the RTF Ministry page.
We believe we can approach God boldly through our Savior Jesus Christ, our high priest, who understands our needs. We further believe God hears and answers prayers as taught through His Word which says: “Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.”
(Ephesians 3:20 NLT)