21 Responses to "Prayer Wall" Log in to Reply Emerald_gladiator Posted on April 8, 2016 at 12:48 pm Test. Pray for Newstart leaders as we uplift each other in discipleship and community. Log in to Reply Jackie Phung Posted on August 6, 2015 at 7:07 pm test Log in to Reply Josh R Posted on October 18, 2011 at 10:13 pm Hey Everyone, So yesterday night my sister ran away from home and I thought I had lost my sister forever. She came back later that night around 2:00am but has not told any of us where she went. I know I am not a perfect brother, far from a good brother to her and I want to change, I feel like GOD is tugging at my heart to be better in all aspects all my life. My sister is in a period of her life where she doesn’t know who she is or why she is here on this earth. It seems as if she has forgotten GOD’s unfailing love and is turning to other things for comfort and support such as as bad friends and attention from the opposite sex. I am very scared for her because she is such a smart girl and very talented and I love her so much! Please keep her in your prayers and I hope to bring her to New Start so that she may find a home and a better community to surround herself with because I know New Start has provided that for so many other people. I know God is working and will continue to work in the life of my family and in my heart. Log in to Reply Jeffrey Hua Posted on September 16, 2011 at 12:36 am Guys, please just pray for my aunt, she was diagnosed with liver cancer today and she means so much to me, just pray that my aunt will have successful treatment and hopefully get better, and please pray for her family. My oldest aunt, cousin and uncle really need God’s support and love and i know prayer will definitely help. Thank you Log in to Reply robbie Posted on July 13, 2011 at 1:38 pm Please pray for one of our students in Fremont. Her Step-Father passed away in a tragic way yesterday. She’s hurting a lot and it helps to know that there are people praying over her and her family. Log in to Reply Gordon Lin Posted on May 3, 2011 at 12:01 am Posted per Jack Chang’s request … hey everybody. its jack . my grandma has been really sick lately. she cant even walk by herself anymore. the doctors says that she has only a few weeeks left . I love her soo much but im not gonna be too sad.I know shes going to a better place . I’m trying my best to let her rest in peace. i hope all of you guys and gals pray for the best for her , it means alot to me . and i know god’s grace will forgive her precious soul and keep it safe. thanks everybody ! Log in to Reply Gordon Lin Posted on April 20, 2011 at 9:01 am I have a prayer request for myself and others that are in the same boat. Lord, please stir a passion in my heart that will set ablaze a fire that lives for you. I pray that I do not give you compartmentalized bits and pieces of my life to you, but instead I may completely surrender myself to you. I am tired of living my life on fire for you here, but luke warm for you there. I pray for strength to surrender, wisdom to seek you earnestly and whole-heartedly, and love that will over flow through me in abundance to those around me so that they may experience the love that you gave on the cross. Father, please remind me that your grace is enough, your love is sufficient and that I should never take that for granted. Invigorate me and give me the desire to passionately pursue those you have placed and will place in my life. Please help me understand that prevenient grace is always at work, and that there is a purpose for each and every interaction that we encounter. Father, I love you. Log in to Reply Gordon Lin Posted on April 20, 2011 at 8:50 am I’d like to lift up a close friend of NSM and his family in prayer. He is also the one who invited me to NSM many years ago. His older sister was recently diagnosed with aplastic cell anemia – low red blood cell count, which means that her bone marrow is slowing the rate at which it is producing red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout her body. This generally causes fatigue as well as many other problems, that can eventually turn fatal. She is currently on the list for a bone marrow transplant, and her brother has been actively involved in speaking with the medical help. He actually is a surviving bone marrow transplant patient. He actually has quite the remarkable story. He had his transplant at age 15, and the doctors actually told him that the expectancy of him living beyond 18 is slim. He currently is 30, and he lives his life as a testament for God. Please keep his sister and family in prayer because as her health deteriorates and they are in a rush to find a donor, it will be a very stressful process. We know that God is the magnificent physician and we know that He can provide healing and restoration. Log in to Reply Gordon Lin Posted on April 20, 2011 at 8:39 am I want to lift up a close friend of NSM in prayer, who wishes to be left anonymous, He has been experiencing difficulty finding a balance in his school work load, which has given the school a cause for his dismissal. He has been struggling to find this balance in this overload that he has taken on, however, due to factors out of his control, it has put him on AP (Academic Probation), which is definitely not good when you’re in a potential review for dismissal. Despite the struggle, he sees God’s hand at work and he’s counting his blessings, and he’s choosing to praise God in everything. Please see his prayer request below. “Hey Everyone, For those of you that don’t know, I’ve actually been dealing with an academic struggle the past few months. So after my first quarter(Fall Quarter) of this school year, my grades dropped significantly, bringing my overall GPA down. It was due to overloading on too many Engineering classes at once and I wasn’t able to handle it. As a result, my academic status became Subject to Dismissal, meaning I was eligible to be dismissed from *****. With the grace of God, however, I was allowed to stay. In Winter Quarter, this was my chance to bring my grades up. Overall they did improve and my academic standing was Good Standing. But that was only because one, out of the four classes I took, the grade was on hold. There was a situation with Student Judicial Affairs. Apparently there was situation about cheating/plagiarism with me and my lab partner and another group. That got cleared up and the professor gave me full credit on the assignments. So now, the grade is released but my grade wasn’t that good. With the new grade added to my GPA, it brought my overall GPA down. At the moment, it is below 2.00, putting me on Academic Probation. Having been on Academic Dismissal, AP isn’t good. So today I got an email from the Dean about my Dismissal from ******. Officially I am not out of the system because they are giving me time to either appeal or accept the dismissal. I plan to appeal. So that is just an update of my situation. Despite the academics worries, life has still been good. This situation has definitely pushed me to make a drastic change in my study habits. It has always been hard for me to get the technique of “studying” down, but now I have developed these disciplines. But the biggest blessing would be with my family. Having to present my situation to my parents, we got to sit down and have a good talk about other family issues as well. Through the conversation, me and my Dad both learned to let down our pride and just be loving and vulnerable to each other. He understood my struggles and I got to get a sense of his and our relationship has grown. Through this time of struggle and trial, God really has made an impact. Praise Him for that. But please do continue to pray for me. Pray that I continue to remain faithful and persevere, that I have the right heart and not just the right action in this time of struggle, and that it is in His will for me to stay at *****. Thank you guys for those that have been praying for me already. You guys provide me with much encouragement. I will continue to update you guys on the situation. Thank you once again. With Much Love, Anonymous” Log in to Reply Calvin Huang Posted on April 12, 2011 at 8:31 pm i just want to pray for my friend Benny. His uncle’s sister popped 4 blood vessels and she can’t talk or anything. The doctors said if she had surgery, she would be in a wheel chair for the rest of he life with no emotions. So her family decided to give her a shot that would kill her painlessly. She took it a week ago, but she’s still alive. The shot should have only taken about a day. 3 days at the most. My friend Benny said she has a really strong body, holding the shot for this long, but the doctors don’t think she’ll be able to hold it any longer. Log in to Reply robbie Posted on March 15, 2011 at 4:26 pm In the course of my work with Generous Life I’ve met many people. One man that’s been receiving goods from our Basic Amenities Pantry has lung cancer and I’ve created quite a bond. He has taken a turn down hill and I’m not sure how much life he has left. Please pray that his relationship with God is right. When it is his time I want him to go to meet his Father! Log in to Reply Katy Chee Posted on February 1, 2011 at 10:38 am At work I met this guy named George. He is funny, kind old man in his 70’s. He has a rare neurological disease, and he recently suffered a great fall. He continues to work hard and exercise at the gym even with his condition. He is a very positive old man with a big heart. Please pray for him and his health. Log in to Reply sarahrchang Posted on January 10, 2011 at 12:14 am Some scary and stressful events have happened within the last five hours with myself and my housemate. But, God is merciful and gracious. He has kept us safe and we continue to find joy. Pray that if we need comfort, that He would provide it. Pray that if we need peace, that He would send the Spirit to give us peace. Praise God that He has everything under control and we know He’s not done with us yet because we’re still here! Log in to Reply Ryan Seto Posted on January 1, 2011 at 11:40 pm After coming back from retreat, i’d like others to pray that i dont go back to my old ways, and that i dont fall for those temptations. i hope that the things i learned would help me with god and get a better understanding when i know im falling. I’d also like to thank all the leaders and everyone who made this retreat possible, thank you to Brian, Eeamon, Winnie and Gordon as they sacrificed there own time for us and for you god. Log in to Reply Gordon Lin Posted on December 30, 2010 at 2:14 pm Much Loved … Returning from retreat, I’d like to pray that we do not forget who we are. We are His “beloved” – much loved. I’d like to thank God for the opportunity to touch so many lives in 2010. As uncertain of my abilities or capabilities, I just want to lift every relationship currently and yet established to God that He will be the center and the glue that holds us together. I pray that we will allow the Holy Spirit to work through us to love one another, breakdown walls and breakdown barriers and allow us to be vulnerable. Titus 2:11-14 11 For the grace of God has been revealed, bringing salvation to all people. 12 And we are instructed to turn from godless living and sinful pleasures. We should live in this evil world with wisdom, righteousness, and devotion to God, 13 while we look forward with hope to that wonderful day when the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, will be revealed. 14 He gave his life to free us from every kind of sin, to cleanse us, and to make us his very own people, totally committed to doing good deeds. Log in to Reply Jackie Phung Posted on December 30, 2010 at 12:30 pm I thank God for a wonderful retreat and the opportunity for everyone to experience the amazing love of God. I ask God to continue to lead us through any struggles and obstacles that we may face in life, and to always be reminded that we are all “much loved.” Log in to Reply LelaniMayolanofavich Posted on December 25, 2010 at 12:37 pm Happy birthday baby jesus!!! Log in to Reply Gordon Lin Posted on December 17, 2010 at 1:47 pm I ask God to pour down blessings on New Start as our annual retreat approaches, and I’d like to also ask for merciful weather and clear skies as rain is expected during those days. Also, I ask God to open up hearts and minds of the people who are going to retreat so that they may receive His message and change lives. Log in to Reply Jeffrey Hua Posted on December 12, 2010 at 5:49 pm I ask God to continue to watch over my family and I the way he has my entire life and i just pray that i will continue to trust God and his plan because God does have a plan. I pray that he will be in the lives of my family and allow me to share Christ with my parents and especially my brother. Log in to Reply mindgames Posted on November 29, 2010 at 11:53 pm I ask God to bless those at NSM with supernatural faith. Remind them of the teachings of Paul to a young Timothy: “For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline.” (II Tim 1:7). May God grow his church and those who love and obey him. Log in to Reply Gordon Lin Posted on November 29, 2010 at 11:26 pm God’s Church … Please pray for the leaders of NSM to work in love and submission to God’s will for NSM and be obedient and faithful. Your Prayer Request Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.