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A Word From Our Campus President
An adage that I have heard for as long as I can remember is â€śThe family that prays together stays together.â€ť I have found, as I am sure many of you have, that there is much truth in that saying. Better yet some of you also know that there is even more power in the practice of families praying together. Family relationships are strengthened; marriages are fortified; children learn to pray for themselves and for others. When families pray together, blessings flow between husbands and wives, from parents to children, from grandparents to grandchildren, from aunts and uncles to nieces and nephews.
At the College of Prayer-Washington, D.C. Campus this year, during our May and November modules, we are focusing on â€śLord, as Families, Teach Us to Pray.â€ť We are looking forward to going deeper into Godâ€™s Word about how families can pray together and for each other; and how to build God-centered, Holy Ghost-filled families. We count it a blessing to have Rev. Kip B. Banks, Sr., the pastor of East Washington Heights Baptist Church in D.C. as our May presenter and know that we will encounter Godâ€™s manifest presence during this module.
Donâ€™t miss this opportunity to both learn about praying as families and for your family. On Saturday, May, 17, bring out your families for prayers of blessings. We know that prayer has the power to fortify families, to heal brokenness, to bind wounds and to release a fountain of blessings in our lives. We are excited about the marvelous works that God will do during our time together. Come join us and be blessed to be a blessing.
To God be the glory,Minister Yvonne Shinhoster Lamb
President | College of Prayer - Washington, D.C. Campus