CULLMAN, Ala. – While many Christian denominations differ in several areas such as method of worship or regularity of communion, many in the Christian faith agree that prayer is a simple, powerful method of calling for change and action. This Sunday, Oct. 8, many Cullman residents of all denominations will gather at the Cullman County Courthouse at 2:30 p.m. to do just that at “In Cullman as in Heaven,” a prayer walk hosted by Father’s House Church.
Garret Taylor of Father’s House Church said the prayer walk’s vision is inspired by Matthew 6:10, to see God’s will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven, and a call to action to the American church as a whole to come together.
“There’s no sickness, pain, sadness, evil, hatred, racism or any of the like in Heaven,” explained Taylor. “We are called as Christ’s ambassadors to release the Kingdom of God everywhere we go. Not to be passive, but to partner with God in prayer and intercession.”
He continued, “Prayer changes things. We want to see lives changed and set free here in our city and nation!”
Taylor said he hopes this prayer walk will bring many churches together, to put aside differences and come together, regardless of different practices.
“I believe this gives the church an opportunity to be united for the same purpose and goal, regardless of denominations. To actually be the Body of Christ, to see all who believe link arm in arm as we cover our city and nation in prayer,” explained Taylor.
The walk will begin at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 8, 2023, on the highway-facing sidewalk of the Cullman County Courthouse. This walk is open to all ages.
For more information about Father’s House Church and future events, visit www.facebook.com/ChristiansLivingProofMinistriesINC.
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