Need Prayer / Jesus
Do you sense a lack in your life? Do you want to have Jesus become the center of your life and have a fresh new start? You can be saved (become a "born-again" Christian) and experience new life in Christ Jesus! These scripture passages reassure us of His faithfulness and saving love!
Recognize that you have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. (Romans 3:23)
Understand that the consequence of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life through Christ Jesus. (Romans 6:23)
Next, confess that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, then you will be saved. (Romans 10:9)
Having done the above, you have just begun a life-long adventure as your relationship with Jesus grows deeper and closer. If you are in the area, you are welcome to join the University Park Church congregation to worship and learn more about God and your new life in Christ. No matter where you are, seek a local fellowship of believers to help strengthen and encourage you as you continue your adventurous relationship with Jesus!
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We believe in the power of prayer! When we pray, God hears and answers. This is not because of anything special about us, other than we have faith in God's goodness, love, and desire to provide and help us. When we pray, we bring God with all his resources and power into the situation about which we are praying. Accordng to 1 John 4:4, we are reassured of His power to answer prayer because He is greater and has overcome all the power of our enemy, Satan. God answers prayer in His own timing, not ours. If you have a prayer request to share with University Park Church, you may mail a letter containing your prayer request to the congregation's address. Only signed letters will be received and processed. If you wish to share a confidential prayer request, mark the letter "ATTN: Prayer Request" and only the Pastor and/or Elders (within the restraints of law) will know the contents which will be shared only as an anonymous prayer request. You may also share a prayer request with us through email or by telephone. If a prayer request is by email, please indicate "confidential prayer request" in the subject line, but please note that email is not secure and although we will treat your request as confidential (as allowed by law), University Park Church cannot be held responsible for any damages or losses. By sharing any prayer request by any method, you are giving permission to University Park Church to share the request among its "prayer chain" as delineated above.