24/7 Prayer

God is up to something.
Be a part of what He’s up to.

Starting January 11th, Prairie Alliance Church, Redwood Park Church, and Timbers Church prayed together for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Thank you for praying with us!

Pray Together

The stories in the Bible establish two truths:

  1. God is always up to something. 
  1. People have the choice to either be a part of what God is doing, or not. 

In 2020, God has been up to something new at Redwood Park Church, Prairie Alliance Church, and Timbers Church. He has been opening doors, stirring hearts, and laying the foundation for a movement of God in NW Ontario and Manitoba as He connects these three churches with similar dreams and DNA. Some of you have been on the front lines of these developments and others have only heard the names of the other churches in passing. Let’s change that! This prayer guide is an invitation for all to join in on the dreaming and discerning.

Watch this video for an introduction to everything God has bene up to at Redwood Park, Prairie Alliance, and Timbers Church:

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In the prayer guide you were invited to share anything the Lord showed you as you prayed. Please share below.


Possible focuses of future Church plants: I keep seeing both Thompson and Kenora and that both places would grow to become HUBS from which we can serve the even more remote communities.

A word for the Timbers family: I kept seeing a large cedar amongst a forest. It stood out due to it's height and width. As I looked at it, a person carrying an axe came along and chopped at it. After a few blows the person walked away. The Cedar kept standing because the blows did barely any damage - the tree stands it's ground. Another person with another axe comes by and does the same. After a few blows, they too walk away. Over and over again different people come and try to take down the mighty Cedar, but it keeps standing. Finally it looks like the tree is about to fall, but suddenly God arrives on scene (he was always there, just visible now) and starts bandaging the trunk and stakes two large stakes on either side of the Cedar - one to the East and one to the West. The tree will heal, the stakes will support that. Scar tissue is stronger then normal tissue. Resilience is forged through adversity. That tree shall never fall now.

If I flip this word for my own congregation I have to get PAC to ask itself, what are our wounds that still need healing? Things don't heal unless they're brought to light. A word for us all as individuals and potentially corporately. Let's do the hard work of healing so we are stronger, more resilient to do the work set before us. So that we can give to others what has been given to us.

Received: January 13, 2021

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