Throughout the wake of COVID-19, our caregivers and staff have continued to embody the mission statement of Memorial Hospital, “Be For Others.” Their unwavering commitment has been nothing short of humbling. They are truly being the hands and feet of Jesus in this trying season. We have watched our caregivers band together for the common good while epitomizing the definition of selflessness. While the necessary restrictions on visitation have been challenging, the staff has done their utmost to be all-encompassing for their patients' needs, including filling the shoes of absent loved ones.
This is why we need you! It is the prayers of the faithful that keep our community pressing onward. Patients and staff will have their spirits raised from the hope and conviction gifted by the Prayer Walkers. Your prayers and devotion will energize their hope for recovery and brighter days to come.
Hence the Prayer Walker call for 30 Days of Prayer.
This Prayer Walk is about breaking the strongholds of fear, exhaustion, anxiety, and illness that has unapologetically infiltrated itself within our community through the pandemic. It is our MISSION, to BE FOR OTHERS. Prayer Walkers will spread the faith and healing that our entire community needs so much right now. Let us pray.
We are calling on everyone! Healthcare workers, church members, small groups of 2-4, stay-at-home moms, those who have survived COVID-19, and anyone else willing to walk in faith. We are asking you to give back in prayer and thanksgiving.
What is Prayer: Prayer is a privilege and the vehicle that ushers in the presence and power of God.
Why We Pray: Prayer connects us with the life-saving, life-changing, life-giving power of God the Father through his Son and Holy Spirit.
How we Pray: There is no one right way to pray as prayer is a personal exchange—a love language—between you and God. You can pray aloud, silently, in song, through scripture, privately, and/or corporately.
Why we pray may be the same, but how we pray is unique to every believer. Our hope is that with this walk we can collectively usher in the power of God—with our individual prayers of gratitude, healing, strength, and wisdom—over a place and people that are so very deserving.
Mark 11:23, KJV: “For verily I say until you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith.”