Ways To Pray
Participate in a Prayer Journey
A prayer journey is typically a part of the labors of a visiting short-term ministry group coming to serve with us. We are also grateful for any others who are willing to come to take the less-than-2-hour trek from the Phoenix area to participate in this form of ministry as well. Some have even flown into Phoenix and driven east to participate in a prayer journey!
You are invited. Please contact our offices to schedule a prayer journey soon.
The most critical need for those of the San Carlos Apache Nation is for others to lift them up in prayer. Often.
The spiritual battles waged on a daily basis are honestly brutal. We are, however, learning that God’s children NEVER need to cringe in fear. Your prayers are treasures to all of us.
“Death” is a profound part of “life” on the San Carlos Apache Reservation. Diabetes, the countless effects of alcohol and drug abuse, suicide, and murder are FAR-too common. With a Tribal Enrollment that well exceeds 14,000, there is at least one funeral each week. Infants are formed within toxic wombs; drug-affected and gang affiliated have taken the lives of many, lately.
Please commit to daily praying; primarily as the Spirit leads, but also through the list below:
"Pray for those of the San Carlos Apache Tribe as well as those within this ministry and their family members as the spiritual battles occur daily."
" Please keep the students of San Carlos in prayer! As school resumed in August of 2020, their only option has been online learning. For many, this is near-impossible with limited access to an already-stretched internet service or even electricity in their home. Now, some of these kids and teens have no escape if their home is less than safe."
"Please keep the vulnerable in prayer as the violent continue to prey upon them."
"Please keep the babies who are forming within the wombs of intoxicated/addicted mamas in prayer. Pray for these mothers, too. "