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Airborn Flight Plan - May 26 Update

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We've moved to the next phase of our AirBorn Flight Plan.  Prior to this you should have completed the following tasks:

  • identified the people you’d like to pray for over the next three months
  • identified your prayer partners
  • decided on a meeting place and time for your Prayer Cell (your weekly meeting with your prayer partners to fellowship and pray); you should now be meeting regularly on a weekly basis

Now, it's time for us to be intentional about our interactions with the people that we are praying with, and what we are praying for.  During the divine worship service on May 26, members received two documents that we’d like you to refer to throughout the rest of the Flight Plan – Activities that Show You Care and the Daily Prayer List.

The Activities that Show You Care is a list of suggested things you can do for the people on your prayer list to show that you are thinking about them.  It is not an exhaustive list and you should feel free to add to it.  Try to do something for each person on your prayer list a couple of times a week.

In addition to your weekly Prayer Cell meetings, we would now like you to start praying daily for the people on your prayer list.  The Daily Prayer List shows the scriptures we would like you to claim on their behalf every day – and in your weekly Prayer Cell meetings.

If you weren't in church on Sabbath, you can pick up your card the next time you are, but in the meantime - you can download and print a copy by clicking on the links above.  We continue to believe that God will do wonderful things as we move forward on one accord!  If you have questions about the Flight Plan, please see either of the pastors, call them at the office (301-853-2224) or email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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