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Senior Adult Prayer Ministry
Submit a Prayer Request
We extend a personal invitation to you to be
part of the Orville and Esther Beth Rogers Prayer Ministry at Dallas Baptist University.
Any student, faculty, or staff member who knows the Lord Jesus
Christ can be a part of this ministry. All believers in Jesus Christ can fulfill the calling that God has placed on each of our lives-to pray for one another, our community, our nation, and our world.
The Prayer Room is located on the lower level of Pilgrim Chapel. Prayer requests reaching
the Rogers Prayer Ministry Office from our campus or outside
it are placed in the Prayer Room daily. These prayer requests
are received by phone, letters, personal visits, e-mails, or
our prayer boxes located on the DBU campus.
You can become a part of the Rogers
Prayer Ministry by calling the Prayer Ministry Office at (214)
333-5235. We will help you find a convenient day and time
to visit the Prayer Room.Prayer Room is Open.
Senior Adult Prayer Ministry
We are also joined in prayer by more than one thousand senior
adults who have committed to pray for Dallas Baptist University
daily. Seeking to strengthen ties with the senior adult community,
Dr. Cook asked Pam Moore to enlist one thousand senior adults
to commit to daily prayer for us. This goal was reached early
in 1992. In our correspondence and meetings with senior adults,
we invite them to share with us their joys and sorrows so
we may help bear their burdens in prayer.
Many staff and faculty members are linked through the computer
electronic mail system.This has provided the opportunity to
form a group which we call "E-mail Intercessors." Any DBU
family member with a computer terminal and internet access
may receive prayer requests by electronic mail. The Rogers
Prayer Office sends out requests, daily.
The Rogers Prayer Ministry is glad to offer several
specialized support groups also linked by e-mail. Sensitive
prayer requests are sent to a smaller Special Prayer Group.
Specific cancer patient concerns are sent to a Cancer Support
Group. Updates from DBU graduates on the mission field are
also sent to those who have made a commitment to pray for
a particular missionary and his or her family.
Missionaries and Missions
Flags on the Prayer Room world map indicate the names of DBU
graduates on the mission field and their location of service.
A notebook on the desk lists the latest communication received
from missionaries who correspond on a regular basis.
A supply of note cards is available on the desk in the Prayer
Room. You may wish to send a note of concern, encouragement,
or thanksgiving to someone for whom you have prayed. Please
leave your card on the desk, and it will be mailed for you
from the Rogers Prayer Ministry Office. You may also wish to write
to someone on campus whose name is not recorded among the
requests but for whom such a note would be an encouragement.
How can I share my prayer
Prayer requests are received in the Rogers Prayer Office
daily. Those who make the requests are assured of our consistent
prayers. The intercessory prayer line, (214) 333 - 5235, receives
calls in person or by voicemail twenty-four hours a day. For
those with access to a computer, electronic mail (e-mail)
provides a quick communication with the prayer office. Send
e-mails to email@example.com. Place prayer requests in one of the prayer boxes on campus, or submit them by mail to the Rogers Prayer Ministry.
Fill out the Prayer Request Form
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