EL BETHEL PRAYER VIGIL
Our El Bethel Prayer Vigil is a special time of worship, devotion from God’s Word, Communion, and prayer for corporate and individual needs. If you want to experience God in a powerful way in your life, please join us. Bring the sick, oppressed, those in need of salvation, or those in need of encouragement. Prayer is offered for every request presented. Feel free to bring pictures of loved ones who need salvation and handkerchiefs to be anointed.
If you are unable to attend our Vigil, you can watch us online. Go to www.bocachurch.com and click "Watch Live" at the top right hand corner of the page. Also, let your loved ones and friends know that they can watch online whether they are in South Florida or around the world. This is an international prayer ministry!
We are grateful for the vision God has given Pastor Boykin. We are believing for 1 million prayer partners by next year. Feel free to sign up as a prayer partner at
For more information about the Vigil, please contact Rev. John Lodato at 561-699-0393. We look forward to seeing you there!
Rev. John Lodato, Prayer Ministry Director
WEDNESDAY NIGHT PRAYER
God is pouring out His Holy Spirit with great power! This is a time to press in and receive. Join us on Wednesday nights after the service for our Prayer Committee Meeting where we pray for all needs represented and witness God's power. -John Lodato
PRAYER GROUPS at Church of All Nations
April 12, 2013 - Prayer Vigil
Pastor Boykin was the main speaker for the night and spoke a message from 2 Chronicles 20:1-12, meant to motivate our faith and lead us to believe without a doubt that if God is fighting our battles for us, we are more than victorious. Like Jehoshaphat, only one thing stands between us and our miracle, and that is faith. A key to victory in these times is found in 2 Chronicles 20:9, "If, when evil cometh upon us, as the sword, judgment, or pestilence, or famine, we stand before this house, and in thy presence, (for thy name is in this house,) and cry unto thee in our affliction, then thou wilt hear and help." We can cry out to God in prayer. Instead of taking matters in our own hands, we should trust in the Lord and have faith in Him.
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