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Prayer walkers to blanket Clark County, Wash.

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Believers throughout Clark County, Wash., will engage in prayer-walking the week of Sept. 10-16. They will be praying through neighborhoods and at key locations with a desire to bring more of the presence of Christ and His blessing to the area.

Each evening of the week people will be gathering at various congregations, then spreading out to cover key locations. The starting points include — but are not limited to — the following:
•Monday, Sept. 10, 7 p.m. — Crossroads Community Church, 7708 NE 78th St, Vancouver.
•Tuesday, Sept. 11, 7 p.m. — Bethel Community Church,1438 B St. Washouga.;
•Wednesday, Sept. 12, to be determined.
•Thursday, Sept, 13, 7 p.m. — City Harvest Church, 8100 N.W. Ninth Ave., Vancouver.
•Friday, Sept. 14, to be determined.
•Saturday, Sept. 15, 10 a.m. — The River, 6503-A East Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver.
•Sunday, Sept. 16, 3 p.m. — Living Hope Church, 2711 NE Andresen Road, Vancouver.

These and other details are available at www.ccprayerconnect.net, the website for Clark County Prayer Connect, which is organizing and encouraging this event.

“Prayer-walking can be traced in Scripture as far back as Abraham in the Old Testament,” said Dennis Fuqua of International Renewal Ministries and one of the organizers of the event. “God told Abraham to ‘walk about the land…. for I will give it to you.’ As Abraham walked and physically saw the land, he was spiritually able to see the fulfilled promise of God with that same land completely filled with his children, his descendants.”

Fuqua said one phrase that defines prayer-walking is “Praying onsite with insight.”
“This definition is seen through several events in Jesus’ life,” he said. “In Luke 19:41, it states that when He wept over Jerusalem, He was on the Mount of Olives looking at the city. Though He could have spoken from a distance to raise Lazarus from the dead, instead He came to the very location of the grave, felt the grief of those close to Lazarus, walked to the gravesite and commanded Lazarus to come out.

Prayer-walking is one way Christians are demonstrating they desire God’s best for all the citizens of Clark County.”

For more information, contact Fuqua at dennis fuqua@gmail.com or dennis@prayersummits.net.