Let us therefore draw near with confidence to the throne of grace,
that we may receive mercy and may find grace to help in time of need.
Wherever throughout the world I have traced a spiritual awakening to its cause and center,
it has always been found in a prayer life that was beyond the ordinary.
John R. Mott
This is the place you can find personal and organizational requests to lift up in prayer before our
If you have a specific request you would like added to the list below, please contact Adrienne Capers
Prayer for HCMA
Area Directors: Pray for wisdom and guidance as they oversee their areas and give counsel to their chaplains, in addition to meeting their responsibilities at their own facility
New Recruits: Ask God to send HCMA quality men and women of God who will commit to serving Him through chaplaincy with HCMA
Trainees: Pray for our student chaplains— (1) to be disciplined to complete their chaplaincy training in a timely manner; (2) to develop into all they are meant to be as a chaplain; and (3) for God to raise up the prayer and financial support they need to carry out their ministry
Interns: ask God to (1) help them further sharpen the pastoral care skills they need to be competent chaplains; and (2) open doors for a place of ministry
Office Staff: Remember those who take care of the day‐to‐day affairs of HCMA
Executive Director: Pray for wisdom and guidance and vision Ongoing Need Board of Directors: Pray for wisdom and guidance and vision
Supporters: Ask God to richly bless those who support the ministry of HCMA and its chaplains and to raise up more faithful stewards like them
National Conference Committee: Ask for wisdom and guidance as they look for a new site and try to lower the cost so more can attend.
Tri Area Conference (September 23‐25, 2012): Pray that (1) God will raise up the funds for chaplains and their spouse’s to attend; and (2) for a meaningful time together in fellowship and learning
Portland Conference (October 26, 2012): Pray that (1) God will raise up the funds for chaplains and their spouse’s to attend; and (2) for a meaningful time together in fellowship and learning
Prayer for Personal Needs
Lift up Chaplain Harold Fuller as he grieves the death of his wife, Elizabeth