Nate Keeler - February 2, 2020

Prayer: For Bearing Fruit

Prayer was vital for God's people in the Old Testament, vital in the early church of the New Testament, and prayer must be vital in the life of BVBC. The hope is that our prayers would become more focused on God's mission. We see in John 15:16 that God answers prayers for bearing fruit in our service to him. This sermon addresses the epidemic of addiction, especially in Delaware. Individuals with Delmarva Adult and Teen Challenge share how their programs introduce Jesus to those enslaved by addiction, resulting in disciples of Christ whose freedom is restored with new life in Him.

From Series: "Prayer: The Fuel for Missions"

February is Missions Month at BVBC. Our focus this month is on the vital role of intercessory prayer in the work of missions through the local and global church. Each week in February, we will study a missional prayer and have a dedicated time of prayer in the service using that week's prayer as a guide.

Prayer The Fuel For Missions - For Bearing Fruit sermon slides     Prayer The Fuel For Missions - For Bearing Fruit sermon notes

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