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Elim Mexico Increases Prayer Time to Raise Members

On Sep 01, 2017 05:46 PM EDT
Elim Mexico

The Elim leader in Mexico is focusing on increasing the time of prayer during the Friday prayer meetings and after Wednesday and Sunday services, in order to raise prayer warriors among the members.

After setting up the prayer meetings every Wednesday and Sunday right after the services,  members attend the time of prayer with great expectation, and every week the time increases as members really enjoy the time of prayer in God.

Elim Mexico started 30-minute prayer meetings on Wednesdays and 20-minutes on Sunday, but now the prayer is being extended to one hour. The prayer time on Fridays is also being extended to twice the previous amount of time.

Elim Mexico is seeking for a team of prayer warriors that can raise the church through prayer. 



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