Monthly Archives: June 2014

Thanks for Praying with Us

CSPrayerFocus is taking our annual hiatus before beginning again in August.  We are grateful for our faithful and growing number of prayer partners.

Prayer Points for July

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Answered Prayer – Fighting Human Trafficking

City Transformation: Answered Prayer

  • Thank God for the growth in the fight against human trafficking here in Colorado Springs. Answered prayer here. Answers here and here.

As we approach the end of another year of CSPrayerFocus, we are devoting this week to thanking God for ways He has answered our prayers.

Answered Prayer – Healing Room

City Transformation: Answered Prayer

  • Thank God for the Healing Room that has been established here in Colorado Springs (testimonies). Answered prayer here.

As we approach the end of another year of CSPrayerFocus, we are devoting this week to thanking God for ways He has answered our prayers.

Answered Prayer – Cleaning up Government

City Transformation: Answered Prayer

  • Thank God for exposing the corruption in our county sheriff’s department. Answered prayer here and here.

As we approach the end of another year of CSPrayerFocus, we are devoting this week to thanking God for ways He has answered our prayers.

Thanks for Answered Prayer – Support for Entrepreneurs

City Transformation: Answered Prayer

  • Thank God for the growing support for entrepreneurs in our city. Answered prayer here. Answers here, here, and here.

As we approach the end of another year of CSPrayerFocus, we are devoting this week to thanking God for ways He has answered our prayers.

Thanks for Answered Prayer

City Transformation: Answered Prayer

  • Thank God for the increase in 24/7 prayer (and worship) initiatives across the city

As we approach the end of another year of CSPrayerFocus, we are devoting this week to thanking God for ways He has answered our prayers.

Hospitality for Lower Income

City Transformation: Hospitality

  • Pray for adequate lower-income housing, healthy food and transportation in our city that we would be a more hospitable place to live for seniors and others with limited or insufficient incomes.

“Contribute to the needs of God’s people; pursue the practice of hospitality.” –Rom 12:13

This week as tourist season moves into full swing and we continue to move toward being a city of refuge, we are praying for welcoming and transformational hospitality in our city for visitors and residents alike.