"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."

We believe in the power of prayer.

Our Prayer Ministry consists of a group of Prayer Warriors who lift up the needs of our church, our community, our nation, and our world. We would consider it an honor if you would allow us to prayer for your special need. 

In addition to praying for special needs, we also want to make an impact by praying for the spiritual awakening of our families, our friends, our nation and our world.

Will you join us in answering the call?

Pray with Us

Daily Prayer Time

8:00 PM  |  Daily

Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 953 202 335
contact Brian Gay for password

Wednesday Prayer Time

6:00 PM  |  Wednesdays

Fellowship Hall


(The Current Prayer Needs/Hospital List is only available to First Baptist members. To view the PDF, contact Carolyn Bryan for the password.) 

Please take time to pray for the requests below. Once you have prayer for them, click on “I Prayed For This” to let them know they have been prayed for.

I prayed for this

Prayed for 4 times.


First, let me offer a prayer of thanksgiving. My young nephew is a helicopter crew chief at Ft Campbell, KY. He is safe and well, thank you God! However, I want to pray for those families that lost loved ones in the helicopter crash yesterday.

My mother is in a rehab center in Berea, KY healing from a fall and a broken arm. She has gotten a good report. Thank you again God, because I know that was your hand.

I am not doing so well health wise at this time, but I am functioning. That is good.

I want to lift up a prayer for Roger Jarnigan and his family. Roger suffered an aneurysm in his aorta and is in the hospital. Also James Mayberry and his family. James suffered a stroke in both sides of the brain. I have not heard an update on his condition at this time.

Please pray for Brandy Harrison and her son. Her son Dallas, who is in elementary school had to leave school today because of a "hit List" that was found. It had been made by another student, who was swiftly expelled until the incident can be investigated further. Pray for these kids. It is unfathomable what these children have to deal with at school in this day and time.

Everyday I pray for my three nephews, who were raised in church, to return to church. All three are good men and have excellent jobs, but they just do not attend church. Two are married. I just don't know why they have chosen to leave the church. My nephew who is not married, suffers from sever anxiety and OCD. Please say an extra prayer for him, he struggles so badly.

Brian and I have had an opportunity for a new adventure. Please pray for us to have God's wisdom and guidance during this time.

I thank God for being alive and having a healthy daughter and granddaughter. Thank you for helping me pray today.

Received: March 31, 2023


Join us for prayer in the main sanctuary the 1st Wednesday of every month!

Order of Corporate Prayer

  1. Praise/Thanksgiving – Time to thank God for what He has done for us. A time of dropping off the cares of the world and beginning to concentrate on our gratitude for His goodness to us as we prepare to enter into His presence.  This is a good time to read a Psalm of thanksgiving. (An example is Psalm 100.)
  2. Confession – Confess our sins to God and asking His forgiveness according to 1 John 1:9 and/or Psalm 51. The Word says God can’t hear our prayers if we harbor wickedness in our hearts (Psalm 66:18).
  3. Adoration – A time of praising and then worshipping God for Who He is!!! (Revelation 4:8,11).
  4. Protection – Put on our spiritual armor before entering into intercession (Ephesians 6:10-18).
  5. Intercession – Time is very limited (50 minutes) so our prayers on each subject should be limited to 1 to 2 minutes. Incorporate God’s Word into our prayers as much as possible (Isaiah 55:11). The focus of our prayer time is: church, pastors, spiritual awakening and the lost.

This prayer time is dedicated to the Lord. We honor Him by:

  • being on time  
  • putting the needs of others above our own (Philippians 2:3-4).
  • praying in unity (Romans 15:5-6)