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Prairie Sanctuary
July 6, 2008, 3:14 am
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Prairie Sanctuary

Prairie Sanctuary

A place to worship, pray and wait on God

Isaiah 2:3
Many peoples will come and say, Come let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the House of the God of Jacob. He will teach us His ways so that we may walk in His paths. The law will go out from Zion, the Word of the Lord from Jerusalem.

Mark 11:17
…. My House will be called a House of Prayer for all Nations…..

Where – 14 kms West of Melville, Saskatchewan on Westview Highway
When – Open daily
Purpose:

  • For undisturbed times of waiting on God
  • To provide a resting place for the Lord
  • To hear clearly what the Lord is saying to His followers in these last days
  • A gathering place for worship and prayer

There is an urgent call of the Spirit to pray that is being heard across the land, to become ‘houses of prayer’. As it is sometimes necessary to ‘come away’ to wait on God, to leave the distractions of busy lives, an acreage in the country is an ideal location to do just that. With almost 3 acres of area to enjoy the outdoors while setting time aside to meet with God, it will be rewarding mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Prayer Events: Individual & corporate prayer and fasting, prayer retreats, prayer watches, worship events. These events will not be organized but will provide a facility for seekers to plan a prayer getaway. Pastors and prayer leaders are encouraged to gather their watchmen/intercessors. Worship leaders are welcome to bring their instruments and teams to minister to the Lord. Pastors and leaders may want to gather for a time of seeking God in unity for this region. Or plan to come alone for a private time with God.

Accommodations:
Overnight accommodations available.

No meals provided. Bring own if required.
Kitchen facilities available where needed.
Space available for campers and tents.

Sowing & Reaping: Suggested donation is $25-$40/night. PRAIRIE SANCTUARY is a Kingdom ministry that implements the principle of sowing and reaping. Ask the Father what you are to sow.

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