the road ahead


Nav Prayer Blog
November 7, 2008, 8:05 am
Filed under: ministry, spirituality

I wanted to make you aware of a great blog coming from The Navigator leadership. It is a Nav Prayer Blog. As Doug Nuenke takes the lead as the new U.S. president of The Navigators, we’re asking the Navigator family and all of our friends in the body of Christ to join us as we pray for God’s favor on our work and that the Lord will reveal to us as an organization how we might best fulfill our calling and live out our values.

We pray God’s richest blessings on those serving Christ around the world. God has honored the work of The Navigators because of our faithfulness and focus on our calling. Please pray with us that in the next season of our work we will be found faithful as those who have gone before us!

Pass along the prayer blog to your friends and join us!

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I’ve been doing a small group study about prayer and experiencing some renewal in my prayer life. So, I’ll be excited to check this Nav Prayer Blog out!

Comment by Adele Mulford

The older I get the more desperate I am for God’s involvement in my life and involvement in our work at NavPress. This feeling of desperation and personal inadequacy has a way of fueling my prayer life. Unless He builds the house we labor in vain. Some depend on horses and chariots but we trust in the Lord Himself. Not by might and not by power but by the Spirit of The Lord. So I greatly appreciate The Nav leadership making prayer a priority and taking advantage of the internet to expand our pray community. Thanks to everyone who is involved in this!

Comment by Arvid Wallen




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