Prayer Requests

We've created an easy way for you to share prayer requests and pray for others. Take a moment to browse through the requests below and pray for individual requests. Prayer is powerful (James 5:16)!

We at SPIRIT 105.3 consider it a privilege and honor to pray for and with our listeners. Please note that prayer requests do not get posted immediately. All prayer requests are subject to review. We prayerfully reserve the right to edit or remove requests due to excessive length or inappropriate content.

How to Post Your Own Prayer Request

To post your own prayer request, click the "Comment" button and fill in the fields that appear. If you're a SPIRIT Family Member, you can log in and the prayer will be posted with your member username. If you're not a SPIRIT Family Member or you wish your prayer request to be anonymous, you may still post a request as a guest. You will be asked for your name (which you can input as "Anonymous" if you wish) as well as an email address (which won't be displayed). If you don't have an email address, use comments@spirit1053.com.

How to Pray for Another Person's Request

If you prayed for one of the requests, you can encourage that person by letting them know you prayed by clicking "Like". In many cases, you can even send your prayer or a word of encouragement to their email. You can also "Reply" to other people's requests if you'd like to leave them a message of support or advice.

NOTE: Newest prayer requests are at the bottom


PRAYER REQUESTS

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  1. Kathy posted on 02/07/2014 08:57 AM
    I pray Lord that you will provide me a good job asap. I have only one week of unemployment left. I have been job searching for approximately 20 months. I have had over 20 in person interviews and over 10 phone interviews during this time. Please Lord, I pray its time. Thank you Lord! I also pray for my daughters, son-in-law, my husband and his children and all family and friends as well.
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