Prayer Request

You're important to God, and you're important to us at Alive. 

When it comes to prayer, we believe that God wants to meet your needs

and reveal His promises to you.  

So whatever you're concerned about and need prayer for — we want to be here for you!  

Alive Ministries has a Prayer Team that is devoted to praying for the needs of Alive and those is our community.  All requests are treated with respect and confidentiality. 

Fill out form below to send us your Prayer Request. 

Prayer Meeting

Alive's Prayer Team meets every other Monday night to pray for the needs of Alive and our community. 

We would love to have you join us! Everyone is welcome!

Every other Monday night  //  6:30pm @263

Next meeting is August 14

Prayer Resources

Looking to grow in prayer? 

One of the best ways is to just jump right in and star praying! Come & join others on Monday nights to pray for Alive and our community. This is a great way to practice & grow in prayer & meet some new friends!   

"Too Busy Not to Pray -- slowing down to be with God" by Bill Hybels

"Enjoying Intimacy with God" by J. Oswald Sanders

"Hearing God - Developing a Conversational Relationship with God" by Dallas Willard

"Listening for God -- How an Ordinary Person Can Learn to Hear God Speak" by Marilyn Hontz

"Too Deep for Words -- 500 Scripture Texts for Prayer" by Thelma Hall

"Praying God's Word" by Beth Moore

"Praying the Names of God" by Ann Spangler

"Praying the Names of Jesus" by Ann Spangler

Praying the Names of God handout - download it and keep it in your Bible to use!

Below you will find more recommended resources for prayer.


    daily scripture & prayer devotional            

    From the very beginning of the church, Christians have found it helpful to pause for prayer during various times of the day. Whether for morning or evening devotions or other fixed-time prayers, such spiritual respites were deemed essential to worshiping God. Over the years, Christians developed a structure for such moments of worship, keyed to the time of day and season of the year. Part of its genius was the seamless integration of Scripture and prayer. This ancient practice, called the "Daily Office," has experienced a resurgence of use in our time.

    Seeking God's Face is a user-friendly approach to this form of prayer and devotion. Each office includes a psalm of praise, a passage of Scripture, and a brief set of prayers. An introduction to prayer-book use from Eugene Peterson is included to acclimate readers to this form.

  • Book: THE VALLEY OF VISION           

    The strength of Puritan character and life lay in prayer and meditation. In this practice the spirit of prayer was regarded as of first importance and the best form of prayer, for living prayer is the characteristic of genuine spirituality. Yet prayer is also vocal and may therefore on occasions be written. Consequently in the Puritan tradition there are many written prayers and meditations which constitute an important corpus of inspiring devotional literature. This book has been prepared not to 'supply' prayers but to prompt and encourage the Christian as he treads the path on which others have gone before.

  • Book: Enjoy your prayer life

    Michael Reeves

    Sadly, most of us struggle to set aside time to pray. But, fear not, this is not another book that will pile on the guilt, simply saying pray better and more often. Instead, Michael Reeves shows us not only why prayer is so essential, but also how we can enjoy it too. Taking his cue from Calvin's definition that 'prayer is the chief exercise of faith,' Reeves helps us understand that prayer should be a natural expression of our faith. Just as faith is awakened as we grasp the wonders of the gospel, so prayer follows as our hearts respond to these glorious truths. Prayer doesn't have to be a duty to be performed, but is rather a gift to be enjoyed.

  • Book: Praying The Bible

    Donald S. Whitney

    When you pray, does it ever feel like you’re just saying the same old things about the same old things?

    Offering us the encouragement and the practical advice we’re all looking for, Donald S. Whitney, best-selling author of Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life, outlines an easy-to-grasp method that has the power to transform our prayer life: praying the words of Scripture. Simple, yet profound, Praying the Bible will prove invaluable as you seek to commune with your heavenly Father in prayer each and every day.

  • Book: The Songs of Jesus

    Tim & Kathy Keller

    The Book of Psalms is known as the Bible’s songbook—Jesus knew all 150 psalms intimately, and relied on them to face every situation, including his death.

    Tim and Kathy Keller have distilled the meaning of each verse, inviting readers into the vast wisdom of the psalms.

    If you have no devotional life yet, this book is a wonderful way to start. If you already spend time in study and prayer, understanding every verse of the psalms will bring you a new level of intimacy with God, unlocking your purpose within God’s kingdom.

  • Website: heavenward

    by scotty smith                                               

    Heavenward has daily prayers written by Scotty Smith that are based on scripture.